Problem: For the transition state structure below, choose an organic reaction in which it is involved and give a chemical equation for your selected organic reaction that includes the following: (i) structural formula(s) for the organic reactant(s); be sure to show stereochemistry appropriately when necessary (ii) the experimental conditions (Give structural formulas for organic compounds. Give a chemical formula or inorganic reactants or catalysts . If heat and/or light is needed, be sure to indicate it appropriately.) (iii) structural formula(s) for the major organic product(s); be sure to show stereochemistry appropriately when necessary. As we do for most organic reaction equations, the chemical equations that you give do not need to be balanced.

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For the transition state structure below, choose an organic reaction in which it is involved and give a chemical equation for your selected organic reaction that includes the following:

(i) structural formula(s) for the organic reactant(s); be sure to show stereochemistry appropriately when necessary

(ii) the experimental conditions (Give structural formulas for organic compounds. Give a chemical formula or inorganic reactants or catalysts . If heat and/or light is needed, be sure to indicate it appropriately.)

(iii) structural formula(s) for the major organic product(s); be sure to show stereochemistry appropriately when necessary. As we do for most organic reaction equations, the chemical equations that you give do not need to be balanced.

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