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Old 10-27-2003, 04:27 PM
GreenEggsNSpam
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Default Help with synthetic reactions



Hello everyone

I am a second semester organic chemistry student. My class focuses a lot on
organic synthetic pathways. Most of our synthesis reactions are 5-8 steps.
I've read in our book a little bit about retrosynthesis, in order to help
improve working out the problems, but I was just curious if you guys had any
suggestions to offer on little key points to notice that make connecting the
reactiosn much easier.

Thanks
GreenEggsNSpam


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