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Chapter 16 Discussion. Synthesis problem. Conjugation. How to prepare dienes ?. How to prepare dienes ?. Retrosynthetic analysis. Retrosynthetic analysis. Synthesis plan. Reactions of conjugated dienes. 1,2- and 1,4 addition of HX and X 2 Polymerization Diels Alder cycloaddition.

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reactions of conjugated dienes
Reactions of conjugated dienes

1,2- and 1,4 addition of HX and X2

Polymerization

Diels Alder cycloaddition

addition of hx to dienes
Addition of HX to dienes

kinetic

thermodynamic

addition of x 2 to dienes
Addition of X2 to dienes

kinetic

thermodynamic

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?

Recognize that this is a Diels Alder reaction by the diene and dienophile (on the right)

2) Draw a cyclohexene ring

3) Build models of the possible isomers that could result from the cycloaddition

4) Use resonance to help predict regioisomer

5) Temperature for endo/exo preference.

slide15

diene

dienophile

Recognize that this is a Diels Alder reaction by the diene and dienophile (on the right)

2) Draw a cyclohexene ring

3) Build models of the possible isomers that could result from the cycloaddition

4) Use resonance to help predict regioisomer

5) Temperature for endo/exo preference.

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endo

exo

3) Build models of the possible isomers that could result from the cycloaddition

4) Use resonance to help predict regioisomer

5) Temperature for endo/exo preference.

endo and exo
Endo and exo

+ enantiomer

+ enantiomer

Exo (thermodynamic product)

Endo (kinetic product)

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?

Recognize that this is a Diels Alder reaction by the diene and dienophile (on the right)

2) Draw a cyclohexene ring

3) Build models of the possible isomers that could result from the cycloaddition

4) Use resonance to help predict regioisomer

5) Temperature for endo/exo preference.