(d)Grignard reagents react with ketones to form tertiary alcohols.(e)Addition of sodium acetylide to cyclopentanone yields a tertiary acetylenic alcohol.(f)Phenyllithium adds to the carbonyl group of cyclopentanone to yield 1-phenylcyclopentanol.(g)The equilibrium constant for acetal formation from ketones is generally unfavorable.(h)Cyclic acetal formation is favored even for ketones.(i)Ketones react with primary amines to form imines.(j)Dimethylamine reacts with cyclopentanone to yield an enamine.1OCyclopentanone(CH3)2NHDimethylamine1-(Dimethylamino)-cyclopenteneN(CH3)2p-toluenesulfonic acidbenzene1OCyclopentanoneNC6H5N-Cyclopentylideneaniline
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course CHM 2210 taught by Professor Reynolds during the Fall '01 term at University of Florida.