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Draw the structure of the tetrahedral intermediate INITIALLY-FORMED in the reaction shown. Pay particular attention to the proper placement of any formal charges. In the same sketchpad draw the structures of BOTH (when there are two)of the products of the acyl transfer reaction. (Draw the neutral forms of the products; no charges) Do not separate structures with a plus (+) sign. Use the "+ charge" tool to convert a neutral nitrogen or oxygen atom to its protonated state. When you do this an additional hydrogen is added automatically along with the charge. Do not draw the additional hydrogens youself.
Draw one enantiomer of the major product of the folllowing Diels-Alder reaction. (Use wedge/dash bonds to indicate the orientation of substituents in the product. Hydrogen atoms on chirality centers must be shown explicitly.) Draw one enantiomer of the major product of the folllowing Diels- Alder reaction. (Use wedge/dash bonds to indicate the orientation of substituents in the product. Hydrogen atoms on chirality centers must be shown explicitly.)
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