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Draw all significant resonance forms. Do not draw resonance and curved arrows. Include formal charges and lone pairs in your answer. Question 1 CH3-C-CEN
Draw the 3 most important contributors to the resonance hybrid for the anion that forms when the diester below is treated with sodium methoxide. Indicate any formal charges.
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)
Draw the structure(s) of the major organic product(s) of the following reaction. Draw the structure(s) of the major organic product(s) of the following reaction. If no reaction occurs, draw the organic starting material. Draw enolates in their carbanion form. Include counter e.g., Na^+, I^-, in your submission, but draw them in their own separate sketcher. For multi-step processes, draw the...
a. Draw the Lewis structure for CH3NO2, include resonance forms and formal charges on atoms, b. Draw the Lewis structure for CNNO2, based on the following two possible skeletal structures fot it (include resonance and charges for each):
Draw the enolate ion that is formed when the following molecule is treated with NaOH. Draw the resonance structures of the enolate. Draw the products formed in the following reactions
Use the References to access important values if needed for this question. Draw the structural formula for the final product that forms when the following compound is treated with K2Cr207. CH3CH2CH2CH20H H2S04 . You do not have to consider stereochemistry. : You do not have to explicitly draw H atoms. 0 CH4 Use the References to access important values if...
The compound below is treated with N-bromosuccinimide (NBS) in the presence of light. Draw both resonance structures for the radical produced by reaction of the compound with a bromine atom. Assume reaction occurs only at the weakest C-H bond. • You do not have to consider stereochemistry. • You do not have to explicitly draw H atoms. • Separate resonance...
Draw the curved arrows and the resulting resonance structure for the following compound. Step 1 In step 1 draw the resonance form that forms a secondary carbocation. Include lone pairs and charges in your structure.
The double cyclization (above) proceeds by formation of an enolate followed by two successive intramolecular Michael reactions. Write a detailed mechanism for this reaction on paper, then draw structural formulas for the reactant enolate and adduct enolate of the first Michael reaction in the window below. You do not have to consider stereochemistry. You do not have to explicitly draw...