Organic Chemistry Practice Problems Cumulative Condensation Reactions Practice Problems Solution: It is possible to run two reactions in sequence. F...

Solution: It is possible to run two reactions in sequence. For example, treatment of two equivalents of ethyl acetate (1) with one equivalent of sodium ethoxide gives intermediate   2 via a Claisen-type condensation (no acid work-up yet). Addition of a iodide  3, followed by an acid quench, affords which product?

Problem

It is possible to run two reactions in sequence. For example, treatment of two equivalents of ethyl acetate (1) with one equivalent of sodium ethoxide gives intermediate   2 via a Claisen-type condensation (no acid work-up yet). Addition of a iodide  3, followed by an acid quench, affords which product?

Additional Practice Problems

Cumulative Condensation Reactions

Cumulative Condensation Reactions

Q. What is the product of this reaction?

Solved • Sun May 08 2016 14:35:18 GMT-0400 (EDT)

Cumulative Condensation Reactions

Q. What would be the product of this reaction?

Solved • Sun May 08 2016 13:13:56 GMT-0400 (EDT)