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Please solve problems 4& 5

QII: Give the stereochemical outcome for
each of the following reactions and assign
the stereochemical relationship between
the products:
(1)
Br2
CCI,
KMNO4, OH, H,0
(2)
Cold, dilute
(3)
HBr
ОН
НСI
(4)
ZnCl,
PCC excess
ОН
(5)
CH,Cl,
ОН
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QII: Give the stereochemical outcome for each of the following reactions and assign the stereochemical relationship between the products: (1) Br2 CCI, KMNO4, OH, H,0 (2) Cold, dilute (3) HBr ОН НСI (4) ZnCl, PCC excess ОН (5) CH,Cl, ОН

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