Reactivity in Chemistry

Carbonyl Addition

CO28.  Solutions to Selected Problems, Part B

 

Problem CO13.1.

 

 

Problem CO14.2.

Problem CO13.4.

Problem CO14.1.

Part a.

Part b.

Problem CO14.2.

 

Problem CO14.3.

Problem CO15.1.

Problem CO15.2.

 

Problem CO16.1.

Problem CO16.2.

Problem CO18.1.

Problem CO18.2.

Problem CO18.4.

 

Problem CO18.5.

Problem CO18.7.

Problem CO18.8.

Problem CO19.1.

Problem CO20.6.

Problem CO20.7.

 

Problem CO21.1.

Problem CO21.2.

 

Problem CO21.3.

Problem CO21.4.

One of the keys in this problem is recognizing that in some steps, two different reactions are involved.  For example, in the first box, there is an addition of a diol to a carbonyl followed by an ylide addition.

Problem CO21.5.

Problem CO21.6.


Problem CO21.7.

Problem CO22.1.

Problem CO22.2.

Problem CO22.3.

 

Problem CO22.4.

 

Problem CO22.6.

 

 

Problem CO22.7.

Problem CO22.8.

a)

b)

c)

Problem CO22.9.

Problem CO22.10.

Problem CO23.1.

 

Problem CO24.1.

Problem CO24.2.

Problem CO24.3.

Problem CO24.4.

Problem CO24.5.

 

Problem CO24.6.

 

Problem CO26.1.

Problem CO26.2.

Problem CO26.3.

 

Problem CO26.4.

 

Problem CO26.5.

Problem CO26.6.

Problem CO26.7.

Problem CO26.8.

Problem CO26.9.

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