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Chapter 12: Oxidation and Reduction

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Organic Chemistry
Pages: 455 - 494

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75 Questions for Chapter 12: Oxidation and Reduction

  1. Question: Classify each reaction as oxidation, reduction, or neither

    Found on Page 457
  2. Question: What is the structure of cis-jasmone, a natural product isolated from jasmine flowers, formed by the treatment of alkyne A with H2in the presence of the Lindlar catalyst?

    Found on Page 464
  3. Question: a) Draw the structure of a compound of molecular formula C6H10 that reacts with H2 in the presence of Pd-C but does not react with H2in the presence of Lindlar catalyst. (b) Draw the structure of a compound of molecular formula C6H10 that reacts with H2 when either catalyst is present

    Found on Page 465
  4. Question: What product is formed when is treated with each reagent: (a) H2 (excess), Pd-C; ; (b) H2(1 equiv), Lindlar catalyst; (c) H2(excess), Lindlar catalyst; (d) Na,NH3 ?

    Found on Page 466
  5. Question: A chiral alkyne A with molecular formula C6H10 is reduced with and Lindlar catalyst to B having the R configuration at its stereogeniccentre. What are the structures of A and B?

    Found on Page 466
  6. Question: Draw the products of each reaction

    Found on Page 467
  7. Question:What epoxide is formed when each alkene is treated with mCPBA?

    Found on Page 469
  8. Question: Draw all stereoisomers formed when each alkene is treated with mCPBA.

    Found on Page 470
  9. Question: Draw the products formed when both cis- and trans-but-2-ene are treated with a peroxyacid followed by – OH (in H2O ). Explain how these reactions illustrate that anti-dihydroxylation is stereospecific.

    Found on Page 473
  10. Question: Draw the products formed when both cis- and trans-but-2-ene are treated with OsO4, followed by hydrolysis with NaHSO3+H2O. Explain how these reactions illustrate that syndihydroxylation is stereospecific.

    Found on Page 474

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