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Unformatted text preview: Page 11 of12 9 b) (10 pts) Chem 212B Starting from the following source molecule, propose a reasonable stepwise synthesis of the following target molecule. You may use any inorganic reagent and you can only use organic reagents (i.e. carbons that will be added to the source molecule) with no more than 3 carbon atoms. (Note that lithium, aluminum, phosphorous, sulfur etc. containing reagents are considered as inorganic reagents. OH O :> Br Y A! 0 1" source target N on. N 02 NH! 9%;0’7 \ ...
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