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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of dienophile

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  1. Below the starting materials, lets draw a picture of how the diene and dienophile
  2. How about the dienophile?
  3. Lets fill in all the hydrogens on the dienophile.
  4. This general process of drawing the diene and dienophile flat and placing the EWG group
  5. back on the dienophile works for predicting the endo product in a Diels-Alder reaction.
  6. What do you call a pi bond that loves to react with a diene? a *dienophile*.
  7. And Im being serious its called a dienophile.
  8. The six atoms of the diene and dienophile react together in such a manner that they
  9. The dienophile normally has electron-withdrawing groups, so most dienophiles are electron poor.
  10. The electronic difference between the diene and dienophile help them react more quickly.
  11. The cycloaddition is a one-step reaction of a conjugated diene with a dienophile to form
  12. The diene and dienophile of the Diels-Alder reaction often bear R-groups.
  13. R-groups on the dienophile tend to be electron-withdrawing groups.
  14. If this reacts with a dienophile, then we have two possible outcomes.
  15. If we flipped over the diene DIENOPHILE, excuse me we could get that particular
  16. Were going to show both options on one diene and dienophile pair.
  17. The dienophile has an electron-withdrawing group.
  18. Lets do the same on the dienophile.
  19. On the top line, the reaction lines up opposite charges on the diene and dienophile the
  20. The dienophile has an EWG, the ketone.