Two structures are possible with this information; however, only one of them is consistent withthe presence of three CH2groups in the 13C NMR spectrum. The compound is16.40–16.45Solutions to molecular modeling exercises are not provided in this Study Guide and Solutions Man-ual.You should use Learning By Modelingfor these exercises.SELF-TESTPART AA-1.Write the structures of all the isomeric ethers of molecular formula C4H10O, and give the cor-rect name for each.A-2.Give the structure of the product obtained from each of the following reactions. Show stereo-chemistry where it is important.A-3.Outline a scheme for the preparation of cyclohexyl ethyl ether using the Williamson method.A-4.Outline a synthesis of 2-ethoxyethanol, CH3CH2OCH2CH2OH, using ethanol as the source
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