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Lecture 14 APPLICATIONS IN ORGANIC SYNTHESIS Copyright ©The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display.

then the alkyne is transferred to Pd. Mechanism: CROSS-COUPLING REACTION - Mechanism: CROSS-COUPLING REACTION - Sonogashira Synthesis Applications: CROSS-COUPLING REACTION - Sonogashira Method of choice for syhthesis of acrylic, di- and tri- terpenoid systems. Organozinc are often used. CROSS-COUPLING REACTION - Negishi Reaction mechanism: CROSS-COUPLING REACTION - Negishi Synthesis Applications: CROSS-COUPLING REACTION – Negishi Mechanism: Dotz Arene Synthesis C-C Bond formation: Cyclizations Cyclization/


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Chemical change is a process that involves recombining atoms and energy flows.

reactions, as applications of Lavoisier’s law for conservation of mass ○ ROCK – classify and identify categories of chemical reactions (formation, decomposition, hydrocarbon combustion, single replacement, double replacement) ○ ROCK – predict the products of formation (synthesis) and decomposition, single and double replacement and hydrocarbon combustion chemical reactions, when given the reactants Five Common Types of Chemical Reactions  Chemists have looked at many different types of reactions and/


Polymers Substances containing a large number of structural units joined by the same type of linkage. These substances often form into a chain-like structure.

chains also may occur along the main chain.polyethylene branchescross-links These termination types are as below. Other types of termination are also possible. 2. Step-Reaction (condensation)Polymerization Another common type of polymerization. This method produces polymers of lower molecular weight than chain reactions and requires higher temperatures to occur. Unlike addition polymerization, step-wise reactions involve two different types of di-functional monomers or end groups that react with one another/


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Nuclear Reactions 1 Nuclear Reactions with respect to other changes Energy drives all reactions, physical, chemical, biological, and nuclear. Physical.

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