Consider the following reaction:O:1. NaBHH3CCНз2. D20CH3Complete the electron-pushing mechanism for the reaction by drawing the necessary organic structures andcurved arrows for each step. Make sure to include all nonbonding electron pairs.Step 1: treatment with NaBH4Add curved arrows for the first step.Treat Na as a spectator ion.Na-В-НзС.CнзHCHз Step 2: treatment with D2OAdd curved arrows for the second stepDo not show Na* counter ion:ö|НзС-CH3СHзFinal productsDraw the products of the last step (hint:one organic and one inorganic species),including all nonbonding electron pairs.Do not show Na* counter ion

Question
Asked Nov 21, 2019
126 views

If my first arrows are correct, then what would the second arrows look like?

Consider the following reaction:
O:
1. NaBH
H3C
CНз
2. D20
CH3
Complete the electron-pushing mechanism for the reaction by drawing the necessary organic structures and
curved arrows for each step. Make sure to include all nonbonding electron pairs.
Step 1: treatment with NaBH4
Add curved arrows for the first step.
Treat Na as a spectator ion.
Na
-В-
НзС.
Cнз
H
CHз
help_outline

Image Transcriptionclose

Consider the following reaction: O: 1. NaBH H3C CНз 2. D20 CH3 Complete the electron-pushing mechanism for the reaction by drawing the necessary organic structures and curved arrows for each step. Make sure to include all nonbonding electron pairs. Step 1: treatment with NaBH4 Add curved arrows for the first step. Treat Na as a spectator ion. Na -В- НзС. Cнз H CHз

fullscreen
Step 2: treatment with D2O
Add curved arrows for the second step
Do not show Na* counter ion
:ö
|НзС-
CH3
СHз
Final products
Draw the products of the last step (hint:
one organic and one inorganic species),
including all nonbonding electron pairs.
Do not show Na* counter ion
help_outline

Image Transcriptionclose

Step 2: treatment with D2O Add curved arrows for the second step Do not show Na* counter ion :ö |НзС- CH3 СHз Final products Draw the products of the last step (hint: one organic and one inorganic species), including all nonbonding electron pairs. Do not show Na* counter ion

fullscreen
check_circle

Expert Answer

Step 1
help_outline

Image Transcriptionclose

Gueo NaBHy 2 aDD CHS

fullscreen

Want to see the full answer?

See Solution

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Solutions are written by subject experts who are available 24/7. Questions are typically answered within 1 hour.*

See Solution
*Response times may vary by subject and question.
Tagged in

Science

Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Related Chemistry Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by student like you
Show more Q&A
add
question_answer

Q: When 20.0 grams of an unknown nonelectrolyte (i=1) compound are dissolved in 500.0 grams of benzene,...

A: Given that,Mass of unknown nonelectrolyte compound = 20.0 gMass of Benzene = 500 gFreezing point of ...

question_answer

Q: Recall the selection rules for purely rotational microwave spectra: ΔJ = ±1. This came from angular ...

A: In Raman scattering, one photon comes in and one photon goes out. The selection rules for rotational...

question_answer

Q: Which of the following species is predicted based upon bond order to have the longest C to O bond(s)...

A: The given compounds are,

question_answer

Q: 5) and 6)

A: “Hey, since there are multiple questions posted, we will answer first question. If you want any spec...

question_answer

Q: For each of the following elements, which set of orbitals is last to fill in the ground state? a) ra...

A: The term ground state electronic configuration for a given element can be defined as the arrangement...

question_answer

Q: see attached

A: Molar mass of CaI2 = 293.887 g/molMolarity can be calculated as follows,

question_answer

Q: 1. The titration curve shown at right represents which type of reaction? (a) A strong acid added to ...

A: The acid-base titration is involves the reaction of acid with base to calculate the concentration of...

question_answer

Q: Problem Page For each atom in the table below, write down the subshell from which an electron would...

A: The electronic configurations of the given atoms can be given as follows:

question_answer

Q: A patient receives 250 mL of a 4.0% (m/v) amino acid solution twice a day. How many grams of amino a...

A: The given volume is 250 mL.The %(m/v) means that 4 gram of solute is present in 100 mL of solution. ...