Q2_key - of hydroxide. 5 points. Use curved arrows and show...

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Organic Chemistry I ________________________________________ Berkeley Extension EDP# 416750 Name September 19, 2011 Quiz 2 (25 points) 1. Draw a rational mechanism for the acid-catalyzed formation of the acetal that results from the reaction of 2-butanone with ethanol in the presence of acid. 5 points. Use curved arrows and show all relevant intermediate(s) and lone pairs of electrons and formal charges where appropriate. O + HO H 3 O + O O
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O O H H H O H H 2 O HO + O H O H H O H O H H H O O H H O O OH O O H H O H O O H 3 O +
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2. Now draw a rational mechanism for the BASE -catalyzed formation of the hemiacetal that results from the reaction of 2-butanone with ethanol in the presence
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Unformatted text preview: of hydroxide. 5 points. Use curved arrows and show all relevant intermediate(s) and lone pairs of electrons and formal charges where appropriate. O O H O H O H 2 O O O H O H OH O + OH-Complete each equation below by drawing the structure of the organic reactant(s) or product(s) that best fit(s) the reaction depicted. Be sure to show stereochemistry correctly, where appropriate. 3. (5 points) 4. (5 points) OH 5. (5 points) O...
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