Infrared and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Chemistry

The following sequence of reactions was used to synthesis compound F. In the first three steps, compound C is produced which is then used in the final step to form the final product, F. In the first step, only one isomer, A, is formed. Compound F yielded as a pair of enantiomers. For each of the six reactions, draw the major product (A-F) of the reaction. Show all stereoisomers of A-F which are formed. When the starting material consists of several stereoisomers, clearly indicate the stereoisomer of the product formed from each of the stereoisomers of the starting material. Draw the accepted mechanism for each reaction and illustrate how each stereoisomer is formed in the reaction. For the reaction, which yields product C, predict the peaks in the IR and NMR spectra of the starting material and the product C. Also comment on the differences in these spectra which indicate a successful reaction yielding the product.

 

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