Solved Problems on Planning Organic Syntheses

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Chapter: Organic Chemistry : Planning Organic Syntheses

Questions and Answers, Solved Problems on Planning Organic Syntheses - Organic Chemistry


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10.1. The following group of syntheses are fundamentally functional group manipulations. Give a retrosynthetic pathway from the target on the left to the starting material on the right. Then provide a synthetic pathway with proper reagents and conditions for each step.



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10.2. Show a retrosynthetic pathway to the following targets which involves the formation of the bond or bonds indicated by an arrow:



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10.3. Provide retrosynthetic pathways for the following targets from “simple, readily available” starting materials:



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10.4. Using curved-arrow notation, show how the following 1,3 dipolar com-pounds are formed from the indicated starting materials:


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10.5. Give the products of the following reactions. Where possible indicate the regioselectivity and stereoselectivity of the reaction.



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10.6. Provide a synthesis of the following compounds from the indicated start-ing materials. Give reagents and conditions needed to carry out each step.


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