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a) a-phellandrene combined with Maleic Anhydride (diels-alder) followed by NaOH produces one product. Treating with NaOCH3, followed by an acidic workup produces a new product. What is it's structure and why is not a good derivative to use to characterize the Diels-Alder product?
b) Toluene in used as a solvent in these Diels-Alder reactions. Draw the Aiels-alder products from the reaction of toluene and maleic anhydride. Why is this product not formed during traditional Diels-Alder reactions?
a) a-phellandrene combined with Maleic Anhydride (diels-alder) followed by NaOH produces one product. Treating with NaOCH3,...
diels alder reaction Draw a structure for the exo product formed by cyclopentadiene and maleic anhydride. Because the exo form is more stable than the endo form, why is the endo product formed almost exclusively in this reaction? In addition to the main product, what are two side reactions that could occur in this experiment? The infrared spectrum of the adduct is given in this experiment. Interpret the principal peaks.
laracteryze trie DreIS-AATder product. 3. The solvent used in this experiment is toluene. Draw one of the Diels- Alder products from the reaction of toluene with maleic anhydride. Why is this product not formed?
Questions 1. In Diels-Alder reactions, furan and maleic anhydride react quickly, while furan and 1 pentene react very slowly. Why might this be? The reaction between the diene and dienophile shown below gives the endo product. Show both the transition state and the product of the reaction 2. CN CN
This is from an organic chemistry diels-alder lab using anthracene, maleic anhydride and xylenes. Can anyone tell me the correct answers to all of these? For question 3 I need a method to remove xylene and a method to remove acetone. Thank you! CHM 20L Organic ll Lab Discussion and conclusion Provide responses to each of the following questions." Attach the 'H NMR spectrum for your product to respond to the following (on the spectrum, where appropriate) 1. Use the...