CHEM152L(7-17-09)

CHEM152L(7-17-09) - Formation of Schiff Base with 1 0...

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CHEM 152L 7/17/09 Aldehyde/Ketone Reactions Catalytic Hydrogenation of carbonyls Reactions w/Grignard reagents Organolithiates and acetylides
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CHEM 152L Acetals and their use as protecting groups
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CHEM 152L Aldehydes/ketones and their reactions with amines
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Unformatted text preview: Formation of Schiff Base with 1 0 amine (imine formation) Enamine formation with 2 o amine CHEM 152L Reduction of carbonyl groups Wolff-Kishner Reduction Clemmenson Reduction Aldehydes can be oxidized to carboxylic acids CHEM 152L Witting Reaction...
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