Reactivity in Chemistry

Carbonyl Addition

CO26. Additional Problems

Problem CO26.1.

Synthesize the following compounds starting from acetone.

   

 

Problem CO26.2.

 

Problem CO26.3.

Fill in the product or reagent for each of the following transformations. Remember there is always an acidic workup assumed.

 

Problem CO26.4.

Fill in the blanks in the following synthesis.  Includes addition to carbonyls (anionic nucleophiles).

 

Problem CO26.5.

Fill in the blanks in the following synthesis.  Includes addition of nucleophiles to carbonyls (anionic nucleophiles, enolates, ylides).

 

Problem CO26.6.

Fill in the blanks in the following synthesis.  Includes addition of nucleophiles to carbonyls (anionic nucleophiles, enolates).

 

Problem CO26.7.

Fill in the blanks in the following synthesis.   Includes addition of nucleophiles to carbonyls (anionic nucleophiles, enolates, ylides).

 

Problem CO26.8.

Fill in the blanks in the following synthesis.   Includes addition of nucleophiles to carbonyls (anionic nucleophiles, enolates, conjugate additions, carboxyloid substitutions).

 

Problem CO26.9.

Fill in the blanks in the following synthesis.   Includes addition of nucleophiles to carbonyls (anionic nucleophiles, enolates, conjugate addition).

 

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