Organic Synthesis and Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions
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– the process of writing one functional group for another to help synthetic planning and to help disconnection. Note, there must be a good reaction in the reverse (forward!) direction.
We will illustrate this approach with examples, starting with synthesis of benzene derivatives. Starting point is usually fairly obvious – simple benzene derivatives or perhaps benzene itself.