452 454 summary of types of enol and enolate pp 454

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Unformatted text preview: The product of nucleophilic addition to a carbonyl group is not always a stable compound pp. 197- 198 Chapter 10. Why are the tetrahedral intermediate unstable pp. 200- 205 Chapter 10. Not all carboxylic acid derivatives are equally reactive pp. 205- 207 Chapter 10. Acid catalysts increase the reactivity of a carbonyl group pp. 207- 214 Week 1 — January 6-10 Course Outline Chapter 20. Formation and reactions of enols and enolates pp. 449- 470 Would you accept a mixture of compounds as a pure substance pp. 449- 450 Tautomerism: formation of enols by proton transfer pp. 450- 451 Why don’t simple aldehydes and ketones exist as enols p. 451 Evidence for the equilibration of carbonyl compounds with enols pp. 451- 452 Enolization is catalyzed by acids and bases p. 452 The int...
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