Chapter 2

Organizing Synthetic Routes and Identifying Reagents

Marcus Vinícius Nora de Souza

Abstract

In this chapter, the exercises below are based on two themes. First, exercises based on the synthesis of several drugs and bioactive compounds used to treat various diseases. Therefore, several reaction conditions are presented. However, these conditions are disordered, and it is up to the reader to order them. The other theme is to identify reagents used for the preparation of a specific target molecule. This type of training is essential because it allows the reader to contact different types of reagents and chemical transformations and use them in a sequentially correct way.

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