HW7 - OH 1 KMnO 4 NaOH heat 2 H 3 O SOCl 2 HN(CH 3 2 3...

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CHEM2312 Homework 7 Name______________________ Due on March 16, 2005 1. Provide a stepwise mechanism for the following transformation using arrows to indicate the movement of electrons. (10 pts). O NH 2 H 3 O, H 2 O heat O OH 2. Provide the intermediates and final product for the following series of reactions. (5 pts).
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Unformatted text preview: OH 1) KMnO 4 , NaOH heat 2) H 3 O SOCl 2 HN(CH 3 ) 2 3. Provide a synthetic scheme to go from the starting material to the product. More than one step is required. (10 pts) O OH 1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ total_____...
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