Give the structural formulas of the molecules shown in Exercise 2 (b), (d), and (e).
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Alkyne (Part 2): V. Reduction of Alkynes: ______________________________________________________________________________ Review: ______________________________________________________________________________ ● Reduction of Alkynes to Alkanes ○ Reduce by the use ocatalytic hydrogenation ○ During the reaction, the alkene stage is very difficult to stop, so the final product is an alkane. ● Reduction of Alkynes to Cis Alkenes ○ Hydrogenation of alkynes can be stopped at alkene stage by using poisoned” partially deactivateatalyst. ○ “Poisoned”
Textbook: General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications
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