Aldehyde/Ketone Chemistry

Choose 1 of the following reactions. Shown the mechanism and a little information about the reaction. Choosewhich ever is the best for you and easy to find good information.Formation of Grignard, Organolithium, Gilman ReagentsNucleophilic and Nucleophilic Addition Reaction chemistry of Grignard, Organolithium and Gilman Reagentsand other C Nuclephiles (15.1B, 15.1C,15.2B, 16.5A, 16.5B, 16.5C, 16.5D )Simmons-Smith ReactionWittig ReactionHorner-Emmons-Wadsworth Modification of the Wittig ReactionHydrationAddition of Alcohols to form Hemiacetals and AcetalsAddition of Amines to form IminesAddition of Amines to form EnaminesAddition of Hydrazine and its derivatives and Wolff-Kishner ReductionOxidation of an Aldehyde with Chromic Acid, Tollens’ reagent and Pinnick conditionsCatalytic Reduction and Metal Hydride ReductionReductive Amination (16.11D)Clemmensen ReductionKeto-Enol Tautomerism summary and its use in halogenation at the alpha carbon
Aldehyde/Ketone Chemistry

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