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cyclohexene reaction with methanol with h2s04 as a catalyst
« on: December 05, 2012, 04:38:45 PM »

would this simply yield cyclohexane with an oxygen-methyl substituent? an H from H2so4 would break the double bond and then a carbocation would form and the ch3oh would bond there right?

also could anyone provide me with a link as to where I can see the tempo-mediated oxidation of alcohols mechanism? i have googled with no luck
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Re: cyclohexene reaction with methanol with h2s04 as a catalyst
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2012, 02:12:45 AM »

Please format your posts properly.

would this simply yield cyclohexane with an oxygen-methyl substituent? an H from H2so4 would break the double bond and then a carbocation would form and the ch3oh would bond there right?

Yes, methoxycyclohexane.

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also could anyone provide me with a link as to where I can see the tempo-mediated oxidation of alcohols mechanism? i have googled with no luck

Really? Second hit on google for "TEMPO oxidation mechanism": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxoammonium-catalyzed_oxidation
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