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www.chem.sc.edu/faculty/bryson/index.html. Linked to course syllabus and “ WEB PAGE ”. CHEM 334. Prerequisites: 333. synthesis. 29/32. Modified from sides of William Tam & Phillis Chang. Assignments. Due the second recitation:

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www.chem.sc.edu/faculty/bryson/index.html

Linked to course syllabus and “WEB PAGE”

CHEM

334

Prerequisites: 333

synthesis

29/32

Modified from sides of William Tam & Phillis Chang

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Assignments

Due the second recitation:

(1) Answer the following question in some detail.

What study activity (activities) helped you the most in CHEM 333?

(2) Complete review work sheet of 333 reactions.

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SYLLABUS

“must read”

(linked to the “Home” and WEB Page*)

Text Solomons (10th ed)

Schedule of tests and “projected” pace

Honor code

Policy - grading scale

Recitation

WEB PAGE Homework problems, aids, etc

*www.chem.sc.edu/faculty/bryson/index.html

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Hydrogenation of “double bonds”

olefins and carbonyls

LiAlH4 NaBH4

Oxidation w/ PCC

Oxidation w/ H2CrO4 and KMnO4

Organometallic compounds R-Li & RMgX

Organometallics as bases

Organometallics as Nu:(-) with: carbonyls

epoxides

esters

Synthesis

CHAPTER 12

Alcohols from Carbonyl Compounds Oxidation-Reduction

Organometallic Compounds

Srtucture of the carbonyl group

C=O addition/ROH oxidation

CHEM

334

Chapter 12

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Structure

Carbonyl carbon: sp2 hybridized

Planar structure

Ch. 12 - 5

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Structure of the Carbonyl Group, Carbonyl compounds

Others:

Y = OH, OR’, NH2, X, etc.

aldehyde

alkanal

ketone

alkanone

Ch. 12 - 4

rxs of carbonyl compounds with nucleophiles
Rxs of Carbonyl Compounds with Nucleophiles

One of the most important reactions:

nucleophilic addition to the carbonyl

recall:

Ch. 12 - 6

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Two important nucleophiles (bases):

Hydrides (H:(-) from NaBH4 & LiAlH4 )

Carbanions (from R:(-)(+)Li & R:(-)(++)Mg(-)X )

Two important reactions:

Ch. 12 - 7

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Oxidation-Reduction Rxs

reduction: increase in hydrogen content or decrease in oxygen content

oxygen content

decreases

carboxylic

acid

aldehyde

hydrogen content

decreases

oxidation: increase in oxygen content or decrease in hydrogen content

Ch. 12 - 8

hydrides
=Hydrides

“LAH”

LiAlH4

Nucleophilic and very basic

React violently with H2O or protic sources

Rxs in Et2O or THF, reduces all carbonyl groups

less reactive & less basic than LiAlH4

uses protic solvent (e.g. EtOH)

reduces only aldehydes and ketones

NaBH4

Ch. 12 - 19

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Examples

skip ether ex

Ch. 12 - 23

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(neutralize)

Mechanism

Ch. 12 - 21

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Mechanism

Esters (carboxylic acids) are reduced to 1o alcohols

Ch. 12 - 22

3c summary of lialh 4 and nabh 4 reactivity
3C. Summary of LiAlH4 and NaBH4 Reactivity

reduced by LiAlH4

reduced by NaBH4

ease of reduction

Ch. 12 - 24

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Oxidation of Alcohols

special

CrO3

reagents

stronger

oxidants

Oxidation of Primary (1o) Alcohols

Ch. 12 - 25

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Special CrO3 reagent = PCC Reagent

pyridinium chlorochromate

Ch. 12 - 26

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3o

2o

PCC oxidation

1o

No Reaction

Ch. 12 - 27

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Oxidation: CrO3 + H2SO4[or H2CrO4 ]

[or KMnO4/HO(-)/Δ then H+/H2O]

Ch. 12 - 29

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Organometallic Compounds

organometallic compounds contain carbon-metal bonds

Ch. 12 - 34

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Preparation of Organolithium &Organomagnesium Compounds

Order of reactivity of RX

RI > RBr > RCl

Ch. 12 - 35

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Examples

Ch. 12 - 36

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Rxs with Compounds Containing Acidic Hydrogens

Grignard reagents and organolithium compounds are very strong bases

Ch. 12 - 37

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+ Mg2++ Br−

Examples as base

Ch. 12 - 38

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examples

Ch. 12 - 44

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Reaction with esters

3o alcohol

Ch. 12 - 45

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Mechanism

Ch. 12 - 46

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Method 1

Retrosynthetic analysis

Synthesis

Ch. 12 - 51

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Method 2

Retrosynthetic analysis

Synthesis

Ch. 12 - 52

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Method 3

Retrosynthetic analysis

Synthesis

Ch. 12 - 53

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RMgX & RLi reagents cannot be prepared in the presence of the following groups because of reactions (acid-base or nucleophilic addition) :

Ch. 12 - 56

sodium or lithium alkynides acetylides
Sodium or Lithium Alkynides (acetylides)

Preparation of lithium alkynides

Reaction with aldehydes or ketones

Ch. 12 - 58

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disconnection

Retrosynthetic analysis

However

Ch. 12 - 60

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Synthesis

Ch. 12 - 62

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