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Draw the enolate ion that is formed when the following molecule is treated with NaOH. Draw...
Draw both resonance structures of the enolate formed when each of the following ketones is treated with a strong base. Show mechanisms.
) (6 pts) Carefully draw three resonance structures for the enolate ion formed when NaOEt is added to ethyl acetoacetate. NaOEt Page 2/7
Draw the two resonance structures that most accurately describe the enolate that forms when the aldehyde below is treated with sodium hydroxide.
Draw both resonance structures of the product formed when the following starting material is treated with LDA in THF solution at -78°C. draw structure ... draw structure ... (Negative charge on carbon) (Negative charge on nitrogen)
Dr. Burns are structural isomers with the molecular formula CaHisBr. When A is treated with NaOH as the reagent, products C and D are formed as major products. When B is treated with NaOH as the reagent, the alcohol E is formed as the major product Draw and label the structures of A and B.
The following structure represents an intermediate formed by addition of an ester enolate ion to a second ester molecule. Draw the reactant. ball & stick Blabels • You do not have to consider stereochemistry, • You do not have to explicitly draw Hatoms. • Do not include lone pairs in your answer. They will not be considered in the grading С P 012 <
Electrophilic Addition 16,44 Draw the products formed when each compound is treated with one equivalent of HBr. 10.45 Treatment of alkenes A and B with HBrave the same all halide C. Draw a mechanism for each reaction, including all reasonable resonance structures for any intermediate DOMOHON Bronson Her MCHACHA 16.46 Draw a stepwise mechanism for the following reaction.
1) Name the following molecule: X OH 2) Draw the organic products formed in the following reactions. K₂Cr₂O7 H₂SO4, H₂o poh lohnen 3) Rank the following organic acids according to strength with 1 being the strongest acid. 4) Draw all resonance structures of the following deprotonated carboxylic acid:
Draw the curved arrow(s) to depict the formation of the keto form of an enolate ion via a strong base, B. Complete the resonance structures of the enolate anion\'s keto and enolate forms with bonds, charges, and nonbonding electron pairs. Use curved arrows to show how the keto form resonates to the enolate form.
Draw the curved arrow(s) to depict the formation of the keto form of an enolate ion via a strong base, B. Complete the resonance structures of the enolate anion's keto and enolate forms with bonds, charges, and nonbonding electron pairs. Use curved arrows to show how the keto form resonates to the enolate form. keto form enolate form (omit curved arrows)