Orgo Chem

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  1. Type of orgo group that includes esters, carbonyls, and amides
    acyl
  2. conversion of alcohols to alkenes
    E1/Chugaev elimination
  3. react to form alkenes in chugaev elimination
    alcohols
  4. oxidation of secondary alcohols terminates at this functionality
    ketone
  5. produced by heating ketones w/ grignard reagents
    alcohols
  6. generated by Udenfriend's reaction
    alcohols
  7. generated by Dakin reagent
    alcohols
  8. carboxylated in kolbe-schmitt reaction
    alcohols
  9. oxidized by PCC
    alcohols
  10. oxidized in the swern oxidation
    alcohols
  11. tosyl chlorde converts them to tosylates
    alcohols
  12. thionyl chloride reacts with them to form alkyl chlorides
    alcohols
  13. DABCO catalysts create allylic ones
    alcohols
  14. produced by cesium chloride and sodium borohydride
    alcohols
  15. phenyl one tautomerizes with cyclohexadienone
    alcohol
  16. formed in Luche reaction
    alcohols
  17. reacting them with bases and alkyl bromide makes ethers
    alcohols
  18. reacting alcohols with bases and alkyl bromide makes them
    ethers
  19. converted to esters by triphenyl phosphate and DEAD
    alcohols
  20. DEAD and triphenyl phosphate convert alcohol into these
    esters
  21. triglycerides have these as their backbones
    alcohols
  22. Williamson synthesis requires two of these
    alcohols
  23. produced in Nozaki-Hiyama reaction
    alcohols
  24. Produced in barbier reaction
    alcohols
  25. produced in nucleophilic aliphatic substitution
    alcohols
  26. converted to alkenes in Takai olefination, with chromium
    aldehydes
  27. they are reduced by DIBAL-H
    aldehydes
  28. react with triphenylphosphine and tetrabromomethane to form alkynes
    aldehydes
  29. converts aldehydes to alkynes
    corey-fuchs
  30. they can be disproportionated by bases when they lack alpha hydrogens
    aldehydes
  31. oxidized to carboxylic acids in tollens test
    aldehydes
  32. produce a silver mirror
    aldehydes
  33. Sommerlet reaction produces them from benzyl halides
    aldehydes
  34. Jones reagents produce them only if a hydrate isn't formed
    aldehydes
  35. produced from ethylene in the wacker process
    aldehydes
  36. claisen creates them from allyl vinyl ethers
    aldehydes
  37. claisen reacts these to form aldehydes
    ethers
  38. 2 of these react in cannizaro
    aldehydes
  39. hydration of these produces hemiacetals
    aldehydes
  40. 9.5-10.5 ppm NMR shift
    aldehydes
  41. Nozaki-Hiyami-Kisha produces them from aldehydes
    alcohols
  42. Nozaki-Hiyami-Kisha converts them to alcohols
    aldehydes
  43. formed in the Nef reaction by hydrolyzing nitroalkanes
    aldehydes
  44. Zincke variety forms from pyridines
    aldehydes
  45. Meyers and Seven syntheses make these
    aldehydes
  46. produced from syngas in fischer-tropsch
    alkanes
  47. reacted with nickel to produce hydrogen gas
    alkanes
  48. markovnikov's rule states that more substituted ones will form
    alkanes
  49. produced with a triphenylphosphine and ruthenium catalyst
    alkenes
  50. produced by crabtree's catalyst
    alkenes
  51. reacting them with carbenes produces cyclopropanes
    alkenes
  52. react with osmium tetroxide to form diols
    alkenes
  53. hydroformylation of them produces aldehydes
    alkenes
  54. hydroformylation of alkenes produces these
    aldehydes
  55. karash-sonovsky reaction produces these
    alkyl halides
  56. consumed in the karash-sonovsky reaction
    alkenes
  57. produced in sharpless reaction
    alkenes (diols)
  58. produced in woodward synthesis
    alkenes (diols)
  59. their ozonolysis produces carbonyls
    alkenes
  60. ozonolysis of alkenes produces these
    carbonyls
  61. produced in diels-alder
    alkenes/cyclohexene/diene
  62. hydroboration and oxidation of these produces alcohols
    alkenes
  63. hydroboration and oxidation of alkenes produces these
    alcohols
  64. prins reaction consumes these
    alkenes
  65. paterno-buchi converts them to oxeranes
    alkenes
  66. hydroacylation of them produces ketones
    alkenes
  67. hydroacylation of alkenes produces them
    ketones
  68. formed by dihydrodehalogenation of vicinal alkyl dihalides
    alkynes
  69. prepared from vinyl bromides in Frish-Buttenberg-Winchell
    alkynes
  70. sayferth-gilbert homologation produces them from carbonyls
    alkynes
  71. their production uses Bestman's reagent
    alkynes
  72. namesake zipper reaction with strong bases
    alkynes
  73. participate in Reppe chemistry
    alkynes
  74. coupled in eglington reaction
    alkynes
  75. coupled in glaser reaction
    alkynes
  76. fragmentation of alpha-beta epoxyketones gives these
    alkynes
  77. sonongashira reaction installs them on pseudohalides
    alkynes
  78. formed with copper catalyst in castro-stevens
    alkynes
  79. addition of azides to them is a click chemistry
    alkynes
  80. E2 elimination of vicinal dihalides produces them
    alkynes
  81. water is added to them in the presence of mercury to give ketones
    alkynes
  82. NMR shift of 7.2
    benzene
  83. balz-schiemann reaction fluorinates
    benzene
  84. reduced by boron and THF
    alkenes
  85. used in the miyayura reaction
    boron
  86. used in suzuki coupling
    boron
  87. halogenated in the Hell-Volhard-Zelinsky reaction
    carboxylic acid
  88. phillips catalyst
    Cr
  89. jones reagent
    cr
  90. 2 catalysts of water-gas shift reaction
    Fe, Cr
  91. cornforth's reagent
    cr
  92. collins reagent
    cr
  93. 2 things detected in zeisel test
    ethers, esters
  94. Fries reaction turns them to ketones
    esters
  95. produced from esters in Fries reaction
    ketones
  96. Chan rearrangements add a hydroxyl to them
    esters
  97. can be converted to alkenes if they have beta hydrogens
    esters
  98. if esters have beta hydrogens, they can be converted to these
    alkenes
  99. name for cyclic esters
    lactones
  100. produced in speier reaction
    esters
  101. produced in mitsonobu reaction
    esters
  102. produced in tischencko's disproportionation reaction
    esters
  103. yamaguchi reaction uses DMAP to make them
    esters
  104. produced by reacting cyclic ketones with peroxyacids
    esters
  105. name for acids with both a hydroxyl and carboxyl
    peroxyacids
  106. converted to esters by reacting them with peroxyacid
    ketones
  107. 3 alkoxy groups on a single carbon
    (ortho-)esters
  108. form acylinium ions in presence of Lewis acids
    esters
  109. tryglycerides are these compounds
    esters
  110. react with phosphorus pentafluoride to form lawson's reagent
    ethers
  111. reacts with carbon monoxide and water to form acetic acid
    ether
  112. pedersen showed that potassium permanganate allows them to dissolve in benzene
    ethers
  113. produced in ullmann reaction
    ether
  114. formed by alkoxymercuration of alkenes and alcohols
    ethers
  115. claisen rearrangement acts on vinyl ones
    ethers
  116. corey-chaykovsky reaction creates sulfur ones
    ethers
  117. formed when alkenes treated with mcPCA
    ethers
  118. treated with mcPCA to form ethers
    alkenes
  119. brooke rearrangement forms silyl ones
    ethers
  120. cleaved with acids in the Zeisel test
    ethers
  121. phase transfer catalysts use oligomeric type
    ethers
  122. clemmensen turns them into alkanes
    ketones
  123. produced from ketones in clemmensen
    alkanes

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