CH151PS11KEYF07

CH151PS11KEYF07 - 1 . l . / l<e, CHEMISTRY...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 . l . / l<e, CHEMISTRY 151.001 . ] Draw the structure of the major organic produc mechanism for each of the reactions unless ma reactions for Chapter 1 I . Pay attention to stereochemistry (except for number 6). *0,-cfp'o"# yfitr*Liu ow lL lt- cHjoH (sotvent - rfr \/' 'lr (.riFlarg! excess) onY * c$c-tlr} Pr 1 Mg"Y _ 7. drhk <F'- 9..+ LCl ,.\-.-.r.,o.- 1. Br2, H2o, 2. NaOH 8 //'\\.,.\ # \"\) OsO4, NM[/O tl H20, acetone 9 . 1 . Hq(OAc), no6HrcH-tcn.l, {^ 2. NaBH4 ,,rffi +. HscHzcol, (firstjormed products) 1 . CF3CO3H 2. NaH 3. dilute H3O* 9l[ c H M t 5 l . 0 0 l P . s , 1 1 F 0 7 2. Show how you would carry out the following transformations using the indicated starting material and any other organic or inorganic reagents necessary. Give the structures of intermediate compounds and all necessary reagents. Full credit for those syntheses that give a high yield of desired product by minimizing formation of undesired side-products....
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CH151PS11KEYF07 - 1 . l . / l<e, CHEMISTRY...

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