Nomenclature of Alkenes, Alkynes, and Dienes
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Oxidation of Alkenes and Alkynes
Very useful method for alkene synthesis as the position of the double bond is known. The first step is formation of a Phosphorus Ylide (a neutral compound with C- and P+).
In addition to compounds that contain one double bond (alkenes) or one triplebond (alkynes), we can also envision compounds with two double bonds (dienes),three double bonds (trienes), or a combination of double and triple bonds.
Internal alkyne synthesis by C-C coupling - Organic chemistry
Thus, in theory, we can transform an alkene into the parent alkane by adding an H2molecule across a C=C double bond. In practice, this reaction only occurs at highpressures in the presence of a suitable catalyst, such as piece of nickel metal.
Categories: CC Bond Formation > Synthesis of internal alkynes
Acyl anion equivalents which exhibit Umpolung (reversed polarity p 907). Two S atoms attached to the same carbon atom of a 1,3-dithiane cause the H atoms to be more acidic (pKa about 32) than normal alkyl C-H.
and internal bromoalkenes with 5 equiv of …
The relationship between alkanes and alkenes can be understood bythinking about the following hypothetical reaction. We start by breaking the bond in an H2molecule so that one of the electrons ends up on each of hydrogen atoms. We do the samething to one of the bonds between the carbon atoms in an alkene. We then allow theunpaired electron on each hydrogen atom to interact with the unpaired electron on a carbonatom to form a new CH bond.
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Carbon not only forms the strong CCsingle bonds found in alkanes, it also forms strong C=C double bonds. Compounds thatcontain C=C double bonds were once known as olefins (literally, "to make anoil") because they were hard to crystallize. (They tend to remain oily liquids whencooled.) These compounds are now called alkenes. The simplest alkene hasthe formula C2H4 and the following Lewis structure.
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Note: the only difference between the Aldol and Claisen reaction is the fate of the tetrahedral intermediate – Claisen expels alkoxide, Aldol alkoxide is protonated.