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Chem3x11 Lecture 10

Being constructed Sat May 26

This lecture is about additions to cyclohexenes again, specifically how to add water the wrong way round, and how to convert a double bond to a diol.

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Key concepts

  • Addition of water to a double bond can be made to be anti-Markovnikov through the use of mercury or boron reagents
  • A double bond can be converted to a diol using an osmium reagent.

Oxymercuration

Something.

Scheme 1: Bromination of Cyclohexenes with Anchoring Group
Scheme 1: Bromination of Cyclohexenes with Anchoring Group


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