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What does this do to a Thiol?

O₂
No Conversion of bonds.

Converts Thiol to disulfide

2 RSH become RSSR
What does it do to a alkoxide ion?

CH₃Br
Removes metal (Na, K) and attaches methyl to create ether
What does it do to an alcohol?

H₂SO₄
---------->
heat
Combines the two alcohols and creates ether and H₂O
What does it do to an alkene?

CH₃OH
------------>
acid
Converts alkene to alkane.

Adds R group from alcohol to carbocation
What does it do to an epoxide?

1. LiAlH₄
------------->
2. H₂O
Breaks epoxide ring leaving OH on more substituted side
What is the role of Chloro-tert-butyldimethylsilyl (Sylil ether)?
Reacts with an alcohol to produce tert-butyldimethylsilyl (t-BuMe₂Si) which Protects primary & secondary alcohols, leaving HCl as a by-product
What does it do to an alkene?

RCO₃H
or
MCPBA
Converts alkene to Alkane
Forms Epoxide

Alkane has O bonded to both Carbons from double bond (epoxide). RCOOH is byproduct
What does it do to an alkene?

1. Cl₂, H₂O
----------------->
2. NaOH, H₂O
Converts alkene to epoxide
What does it do to an halohydrin, e.g. OHCH₃HC-CHCH₃Cl?

NaOH, H₂O
Converts halohrydin to epoxide, removing HCl and binding two central Carbons to Oxygen anti to original halogen
What does it do to an epoxide?

H⁺
--->
H₂O
Breaks expoxide ring and leaves OH groups trans on both Carbons in ring (racemic)
What does it do to an epoxide?

NH₃
Breaks expoxide ring and leaves OH & Amino groups trans on both Carbons in ring