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And once again, think about differences in electronegativity. And so that’s a little bit different from what we’re going to talk about next, we’re going to talk about formation of an enamine, and formation of an enamine is, it starts off the same way in terms of the mechanism but it’s this iminium ion step that changes a little bit. So they’re going to rotate to allow our necleophile to attack our electrophile a little bit easier.

So we have these two as our possible products. And so alcohol can act as a nucleophile. Read more Read less. We know that the nucleophile is going to be our amine and it’s going to attack our carbonyl carbon here.

And so we have a good electrophile, this carbon here is a good electrophile and the imine can be a good nucleophile. So in terms of the mechanism for the formation of a hemiacetal, it’s completely analagous to the formation of a hydrate, right?

So now I have my oxygen, so it is bonded to this carbon now, and I’ve formed my ring. So we’re going to push the [equilibrium] to the right, so it’s actually to the right from these, we form a cyclic hemiacetal over here on the right. It had two lone pairs of electrons around it. And then two lone pairs of electrons on this oxygen. We’re starting off with this compound, and the first reagent we’re gonna use sodium dichromate, sulphuric acid and water, we know that’s going to oxidize, different functional groups.


So now we have our oxygen, with a plus one formal charge and we still have our prime group over here, so let’s aldeyhdy those electrons. And our hydrogen over here. So the other possibility, of course, would be to add that OH up relative to the plain of the ring. And then we still had an R group and then a hydrogen. So the silver ion’s go from Ag Plus to Ag and forming our silver mirror.

That gives our nitrogen a plus one formal charge. And so we start with an aldehyde here and we add Tollen’s reagent which was created by Bernhard Tollens, a German chemist. There are several ways to oxidize aldehydes but aleehydy the most fun way is apdehydy use Tollen’s Reagent. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. So let’s take a look at it right here.

And our nitrogen is going to have an ethyl group on it here and then we still have one proton on our nitrogen. This nitrogen is also bonded aldehyvy two hydrogens.

Formation of hemiacetals and hemiketals

And there was still one lone pair of electrons on our oxygen, giving our oxygen ketkny plus one formal charge. And so in the previous reaction, let zadanai go back up to here to the previous reaction again. And so this is a very important reaction. Once again, we could have carried through an R prime group, right, like that if we had started with a ketone, and we would get this right here instead of the hydrogen for our hemiacetal product.

So you take that proton and leave those electrons in magenta behind on your nitrogen. Here is actually my wife holding the ornament that my students made for us. So these electrons, right, we aldeyhdy that each bond consists of two electrons, so I’m putting in those electrons in here like that.


So that’s going to give us our final product where we have carbon double bonded to our nitrogen and then we have nitrogen bonded to our Y group here.

So this is called a carbinolamine. Once aldehyxy we still had a proton on our iminium ion at this step and so we’re able to deprotonate here.

Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of keetony an item? A lone pair of electrons on that nitrogen and then we have our alkyl groups and so let’s show those electrons here in blue moving in here, off onto our nitrogen.

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And so formation of cyclic hemiacetals is extremely important in biochemistry, and carbohydrate chemistry. Acid and base catalyzed formation of hydrates and hemiacetals.

We have a lone pair of electrons on this nitrogen, so that lone pair came from right in here. So this would be the Beta anomer, so that would be Beta glucose, the cyclic form of it. And then you can actually make flat mirrors out of this too. And then your aldeehydy oxygen is going to be protonated. But it’s in equilibrium with the open chain form, with the open chain form containing our aldehyde functional group.

It’s going to attack right aldenydy at this carbon, and push these electrons in here off onto zxdania oxygen. This is a chiral center.