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Carbanions and Base-catalyzed Formation of Carbon-Carbon Bonds. Formation of carbon-carbon bond. 1. Free radical carbon. 2. Charged or polar carbon. shape of the carbanion. I. Formation and related principle of carbanion ( concepts and mechanisms) Review. conjugated with other

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Formation of carbon-carbon bond Bonds


Free radical carbon


Charged or polar carbon

shape of the carbanion Bonds

  • I. Formation and related principle of carbanion ( concepts and mechanisms)

  • Review

conjugated with other

double bond

Formation of carbanion Bonds

1.exchanging of organometallic compound and H

2.exchanging of organometallic compound and halides

3.reduction of halides with metal

4.abstraction of activating H with base

Ii condensations of carbanions with aldehydes and ketones
II. BondsCondensations of Carbanions with Aldehydes and Ketones

  • a) The Aldol Condensation


Ketone Bonds

Rate-determining step

Some applications of aldol condensation Bonds

One aldehyde containing no active hydrogen:

Formaldehyde is the most reactive among the aldehydes

e) The Darzens Reaction Bonds

The net result:

Ketone do not undergo the reaction with malonic acid or its esters,

but do so with cyanoacetic acid and its ester.( with more highly

active a-hydrogen.

Iii condensations of carbanion with esters
III.Condensations of Carbanion with Esters Bonds

  • a) The Claisen Condensation

Intramolecular Claisen condensation

Forming five- or six-membered ring

For the syntheses of various cyclic compounds

In a very dilute ether solution

Using hindered and less nucleophilic base like LiNEtPh