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1. Answer the following questions. a. Draw the synthons from route a. Option i involves giving both electrons to CH2, and option ii has both electrons going to CH3. OH ii CH3 CH2 i route a b. Draw the synthons from route b. Option i involves giving both electrons to CH2, and option ii has both electrons going to OH. ii route b OH i CH3 CH2 c. For route a, which option is viable? Draw the synthetic equivalents you would use for the synthons in the viable route. viable option for route a synthetic equivalents for viable option d. For route b, which option is viable? Draw the synthetic equivalents you would use for the synthons in the viable route. viable option for route b synthetic equivalents for viable option e. Propose a synthesis of the target molecule using the viable option from route a. f. Propose a synthesis of the target molecule using the viable option from route b. Organic Synthesis Principles 1 2. Answer the following questions. a. Draw the synthons from route a. Option i involves giving both electrons to C=O, and option ii has both electrons going to -C. O ii i route a b. Draw the synthons from route b. Option i involves giving both electrons to -C, and option ii has both electrons going to -C. O ii i route b c. For route a, which option is viable? Draw the synthetic equivalents you would use for the synthons in the viable route. viable option for route a synthetic equivalents for viable option d. For route b, which option is viable? Draw the synthetic equivalents you would use for the synthons in the viable route. viable option for route b synthetic equivalents for viable option e. Propose a synthesis of the target molecule using the viable option from route a. f. Propose a synthesis of the target molecule using the viable option from route b. 2 3. Answer the following questions. a. Draw the synthons from route a. Option i involves giving both electrons to H, and option ii has both electrons going to C. iiHOH i CH3 b. Draw the synthons from route b. Option i involves giving both electrons to CN, and option ii has both electrons going to C. CH3 c. For route a, which option is viable? Draw the synthetic equivalents you would use for the synthons in the viable route. viable option for route a synthetic equivalents for viable option d. For route b, which option is viable? Draw the synthetic equivalents you would use for the synthons in the viable route. viable option for route b synthetic equivalents for viable option e. Propose a synthesis of the target molecule using the viable option from route a. f. Propose a synthesis of the target molecule using the viable option from route b. C route a CN iiHOH i 3 C route b CN 4. Answer the following questions. a. Draw the synthons from route a. Option i involves giving both electrons to -C, and option ii has both electrons going to -C. iiO Oi route a b. Draw the synthons from route b. Option i involves giving both electrons to -C, and option ii has both electrons going to -C. iiO Oi route b c. For route a, which option is viable? Draw the synthetic equivalents you would use for the synthons in the viable route. viable option for route a synthetic equivalents for viable option d. For route b, which option is viable? Draw the synthetic equivalents you would use for the synthons in the viable route. viable option for route b synthetic equivalents for viable option e. Propose a synthesis of the target molecule using the viable option from route a. f. Propose a synthesis of the target molecule using the viable option from route b. 4 5. Determine if the compounds have a consonant or dissonant relationship. O Br O O 6. Starting with any halide of 5 carbons or fewer (bromomethane, chloroethane, 1-chloropropane, 2-iodopropane, etc.) and any inorganic reagents required, synthesize the target molecule. Make sure you show where you are making disconnections, what the synthons are, and what synthetic equivalents you will need. O OH 5 7. Synthesize the target molecule from problem 6 using acetoacetic ester as your starting material. You can still use any halide of 5 carbons or fewer and any inorganic reagents required. 8. Synthesize the target molecule from problem 6 using 4-methylpent-1-ene as your starting material. You can still use any halide of 5 carbons or fewer and any inorganic reagents required. 6

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