Specily the reagent you would use in each step of the following synthesis: step 1 step 2 Reagents Available a. LiAIH4f. PBr b. H2SO4g. Dess-Martin periodinane (DMP) I CGH5MgBr c. HC d. HB e. Soc2 CH3MgBr k. CH3CH2MgBr (phenylmagnesium bromide) m. (CH3)2CHMgBr n. CrO3 h. NaH i. NaOH Write the letters of the reagents in the boxes below. Reagent for step 1 Reagent for step 2

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Specify the reagent you would use in each step of the following synthesis:

Specily the reagent you would use in each step of the following synthesis:
step 1
step 2
Reagents Available
a. LiAIH4f. PBr
b. H2SO4g. Dess-Martin periodinane (DMP) I CGH5MgBr
c. HC
d. HB
e. Soc2 CH3MgBr
k. CH3CH2MgBr
(phenylmagnesium bromide)
m. (CH3)2CHMgBr
n. CrO3
h. NaH
i. NaOH
Write the letters of the reagents in the boxes below.
Reagent for step 1
Reagent for step 2
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Specily the reagent you would use in each step of the following synthesis: step 1 step 2 Reagents Available a. LiAIH4f. PBr b. H2SO4g. Dess-Martin periodinane (DMP) I CGH5MgBr c. HC d. HB e. Soc2 CH3MgBr k. CH3CH2MgBr (phenylmagnesium bromide) m. (CH3)2CHMgBr n. CrO3 h. NaH i. NaOH Write the letters of the reagents in the boxes below. Reagent for step 1 Reagent for step 2

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