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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. We’re going to put it going axial, and so it has three lone pairs of electrons around it, so negative one formal charge.

And you can see this is the one with the OH down relative to the plain of the ring, and if you’re thinking about which anomer this is you can compare this OH to this CH two OH group, which is up relative to a flat plain of the ring. And then two lone pairs of electrons on this oxygen.

So I can think about lone pairs of electrons on our oxygen, and now it’s a little bit easier to see the nucleophilic attack. There’s a problem loading this menu at the moment.

So let aldeyhdy go ahead and write that. So you can do this reaction using a glass ornament. We know that the geometry at our carbonyl carbon is trigonal planar, so it’s possible the nucelophile could attack from the opposite side and if that happened, then the oxygen would go down relative to the plane. And once again, we can kind of run through the mechanism.

Keyony let me go ahead and write on here Chemist Tree if it’s the holiday season. So let’s go ahead and show the result of that nucloephilic attack. So in terms of the mechanism for the formation of a hemiacetal, it’s completely analagous to the formation of a hydrate, right? And so let’s go ahead and go through this in a little bit more detail here. So we have these two as our possible products. So the other possibility, of course, would be to add that OH up relative to the plain of the ring.


Powstawanie imin i enamin

All right, so ketong elctrons right here in magenta on our alcohol formed a bond between the oxygen and the carbon, so these electrons right in there. So let’s look at the mechanism to form imines. So right in here, this would be a plus one formal charge on our oxygen and let’s show those electrons. This is because Tollen’s reagent is a mild oxidizing agent, and it’s pretty easy to oxidize aldehydes.

And so we start with an aldehyde here and we add Tollen’s reagent which was k by Bernhard Tollens, a German chemist. And then you can put your ornament on a chemist’s tree. So let’s go ahead and draw the final product here. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.

Right, attack zldehydy carbon push these electrons off onto your oxygen. Let’s go back to our original situation over here on the left, where the nucleophile attacked the carbonyl carbon.

Utlenianie aldehydów za pomocą odczynnika Tollensa

Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Oxygen is more electronegative than carbon, so we’re gonna give all four of those electrons to oxygen, carbon and carbon have the exact same values, so one carbon gets one electron, one carbon gets the other electron.

It picked up another one, so that’s where our negative one formal charge is.

So right here you can see the open chain, the form of glucose, and you can see the aldehyde of functional ketonyy right here. So if we oxidize our aldehydes, we’re going to form a carboxylic acid. And so formation of an enamine happens because once again we don’t have the same iminium ion that we had before because of the fact that we started with a secondary amine.


And the reason that glucose is used is because this is a highly water soluble, so it just makes this reaction a lot easier. Let’s go ahead and number our carbon so we can try to figure out what happened here.

And because of all these OH groups on the glucose molecule. So both are hemiacetals. So the silver ion’s go from Ag Plus to Ag and forming our zavania mirror.

And the order in which you add these and the concentrations will depend on which procedure you’re using, but eventually you’re gonna form this diamine silver cation here. And we know what happens in the mechanism, we know that the alcohol functions as a nucleophile, and attacks the carbonyl carbon.

That gives our nitrogen a plus one formal charge. And so we’ll definitely talk about that in a later video. So negative one formal charge here. Credit offered by NewDay Ltd, over 18s only, subject to status. And this is once again done with a primary amine right here.

So we deprotonate and then we form this structure, a carbon ketonh to a nitrogen and then we still have our Y group, we still have a hydrogen on this nitrogen. That gives the nitrogen a plus one formal charge and the carbon is still bonded to our alkyl groups And so let’s show zadaniaa electrons here on our nitrogen.

We know that we next deprotonate, so a base comes along and takes this proton, and then these electrons in here move off onto our oxygen. So once ketnoy, thinking about the mechanism, we know a base deprotonates, so these electrons kick off onto here, and then we know that next we protonate our negative one charge like that, and that forms our hemiacetal.

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