Protecting Groups  I’ve seen it a thousand times. You…

Protecting Groups 

I’ve seen it a thousand times. You wanna do some transformation on a molecule, and it would work so wonderfully if this other functional group wasn’t on the molecule to screw it up! You don’t even want that other group to do any chemistry at all, isn’t there some way to make it sit this round out? Protecting groups to the rescue!

By: Professor Dave Explains.

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Protecting Groups  I’ve seen it a thousand times. You…

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