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This publication is a needs to for someone enthusiastic about the coaching of natural compounds. it's the first one in a brand new sequence on easy reactions in natural synthesis. It presents lots of special and important info within the useful features of the oxidation of alcohols to aldehydes and ketones, that's the most very important response within the synthesis of natural compounds.
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Diethyl ether is added and the precipitate is decanted and washed with ether. The collected organic phases are Wltered through a pad of Celite1, silica or Florisil1. Alternatively, decanting the precipitate can be avoided and the mixture, resulting from the addition of ether, can be directly Wltered through a pad of silica, Celite1 or Florisil1. When the reaction is carried out under dilute conditions, the addition of diethyl ether can be avoided. The organic phase is concentrated giving a residue that may need chromatographic puriWcation.
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