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Draw structures for the carbonylelectrophile and enolate nucleophilethat react to give the aldol or enonebelowNootkatone, odor of grapefruitUse the wedge/hash bondtools to indicatestereochemistry where itexists. Draw the enolate ion in itscarbanion form.Draw one structure persketcher. Add additionalsketchers using the drop-down menu in the bottommright cornerSeparate multiple reactantsusing the t sign from thedrop-down menu

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Draw structures for the carbonyl electrophile and enolate nucleophile that react to give the aldol or enone below.

Draw structures for the carbonyl
electrophile and enolate nucleophile
that react to give the aldol or enone
below
Nootkatone, odor of grapefruit
Use the wedge/hash bond
tools to indicate
stereochemistry where it
exists
. Draw the enolate ion in its
carbanion form.
Draw one structure per
sketcher. Add additional
sketchers using the drop-
down menu in the bottomm
right corner
Separate multiple reactants
using the t sign from the
drop-down menu
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Draw structures for the carbonyl electrophile and enolate nucleophile that react to give the aldol or enone below Nootkatone, odor of grapefruit Use the wedge/hash bond tools to indicate stereochemistry where it exists . Draw the enolate ion in its carbanion form. Draw one structure per sketcher. Add additional sketchers using the drop- down menu in the bottomm right corner Separate multiple reactants using the t sign from the drop-down menu

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