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Published on Aug 30, 2009
Organic chemistry: Benzene nomenclature; phenyl vs. benzyl; ortho, meta, and para. Phenol nomenclature. Acidity of phenols. Deprotonated phenols as nucleophiles; preparation of alkyl aryl ethers using Williamson ether synthesis. Kolbe carboxylation. Hydrogenolysis of benzylic ethers
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(1) Benzene nomenclature (2) Phenyl vs. benzyl. Nomenclature continued (3) Nomenclature continued. Ortho, meta, and para (4) Nomenclature continued (5) Continued (6) Continued (7) Continued (8) Continued. Phenol nomenclature. Acidity of phenols (9) Acidity of phenols continued (10) Continued (11) Continued (12) Continued (13) Continued (14) Continued. Deprotonated phenols as nucleophiles; preparation of alkyl aryl ethers using Williamson ether synthesis (15) Continued (16) Continued. Kolbe carboxylation (17) Continued. Hydrogenolysis of benzylic ethers (18) Continued (19) Continued
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