Introduction to Grignard reagents (11)





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Organic chemistry: Reaction of Grignard reagents as bases with protic solvents. Reaction of Grignards as nucleophiles with aldehydes and ketones. How to make Grignards. Introduction to synthesis; synthesis with Grignards; the "retrosynthesis" technique for solving synthesis problems.

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(1) How to draw Grignards
(2) Continued. Grignards as a source of nucleophilic carbon
(3) Reactions of Grignards as base
(4) Continued
(5) Carbonyl-containing functional groups. Reaction of Grignards with aldehydes and ketones
(6) Continued
(7) Continued
(8) Continued
(9) How to make Grignards
(10) Introduction to synthesis. Synthesis with Grignards. Retrosynthesis
(11) Continued
(12) Continued

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