What two diastereomer products would you expect for the reduction of the ketone below? Nameboth compounds, including the absolute stereochemistry (R,S) at each stereo center.он нсCHЗR-CHзНасCH3RНасMinorCH3-CHз1. NABH,НасCHзНасНасOHMajor-CHзRHасCH3Decide which diastereomer would likely be in excess using NaBH4 as the reducing agent. The moststable product would be the one that minimizes gauche interactions for the largest groups. Therelative size of the groups might be counterintuitive. To be more certain you can look up "A values" to

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What two diastereomer products would you expect for the reduction of the ketone below? Name
both compounds, including the absolute stereochemistry (R,S) at each stereo center.
он нс
CHЗ
R
-CHз
Нас
CH3
R
Нас
Minor
CH3
-CHз
1. NABH,
Нас
CHз
Нас
Нас
OH
Major
-CHз
R
Hас
CH3
Decide which diastereomer would likely be in excess using NaBH4 as the reducing agent. The most
stable product would be the one that minimizes gauche interactions for the largest groups. The
relative size of the groups might be counterintuitive. To be more certain you can look up "A values" to
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What two diastereomer products would you expect for the reduction of the ketone below? Name both compounds, including the absolute stereochemistry (R,S) at each stereo center. он нс CHЗ R -CHз Нас CH3 R Нас Minor CH3 -CHз 1. NABH, Нас CHз Нас Нас OH Major -CHз R Hас CH3 Decide which diastereomer would likely be in excess using NaBH4 as the reducing agent. The most stable product would be the one that minimizes gauche interactions for the largest groups. The relative size of the groups might be counterintuitive. To be more certain you can look up "A values" to

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