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Chapter 23

CHEM 273 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Protic Solvent, Enol, ReagentExam

14 pages57 viewsSummer 2018

Department
Chemistry
Course Code
CHEM 273
Professor
Jake Zimmerman
Chapter
23

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Which of the following four compounds is the most acidic?
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Will acetone be completely deprotonated by potassium
tert
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Which is the kinetic enolate of 2-methylcyclohexanone?
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If you want to form a kinetic enolate, you want to:
Use a strong, non-nucleophilic base such as LDA.
Use a protic solvent.
Use a low temperature.
Both use a strong, non-nucleophilic base such as LDA and use a low temperature.
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What is the missing reagent for the following reaction?
Br2/HOAc
Br2/KOH
Cl2/FeCl3
Br2/FeBr3
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Chapter: 23 Section: 23.07
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