c key - Product molecule Enolate nucleophile Carbonyl...

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prepared by C. Rogers 02/12/10 CHEM 233 Claisen, Dieckmann and Mixed Claisen Reactions ANSWERS 1. For each of the following compounds, identify the portions of the product molecule that came from the enolate nucleophile, and the carbonyl electrophile. The reaction used to prepare each molecule could be either a Claisen condensation or a mixed Claisen condensation. A completed example is shown in the first row.
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Unformatted text preview: Product molecule Enolate nucleophile Carbonyl electrophile O O O MeO O O MeO EtO OEt O O O O RO O prepared by C. Rogers 02/12/10 2. Predict the major organic product for each of the following reactions. Clearly show stereochemistry where appropriate. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 1) MeONa, MeOH Me C C O OMe O 2) H 3 O + workup O O racemate h)...
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