Dolbier HW Solutions 655

Dolbier HW Solutions 655 - 749 LIPIDS 26.28 The double bond...

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26.28 The double bond has a tendency to become conjugated with the carbonyl group. Two mechanisms are more likely than any others under conditions of acid catalysis. One of these involves protonation of the double bond followed by loss of a proton from C-4. The other mechanism proceeds by enolization followed by proton-induced double-bond migration. 26.29 See the June, 1995, issue of the Journal of Chemical Education, pages 541 542, for the solution to this problem. 26.30 Solutions to molecular modeling exercises are not provided in this Study Guide and Solutions Man- ual . You should use Learning By Modeling for this exercise. SELF-TEST
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