4-tert-butylcyclohexanone is normally microwaved in sodium borohydride and
silica gel, a racemic mix is created. The racemic mix is
cis/trans-4-t-cyclohexanol. The reaction scheme is seen in Figure
Figure 1: Device for the reduced amount of 4-t-butylcyclohexanone demonstrated using chair conformations. The important product may be the trans product.
To determine the major merchandise, an NMR spectroscopy is performed. When examining the 1H NMR, the peaks should be measured and in comparison to determine which has the best diastereometric ratio. The key product for this reaction may be the trans form.
To evaporate all of the extra solvent, a Buchi Rotovapor R-300 was used. To determine the to determine the Infrared Spectroscopy, the FT-IR spectrophotometer Nicolet Ik100FT-IR was used. To determine the melting stage, a Thomas Hoover Uni-Melt was used.
glassware was dried before any reagents had been added. Sodium
borohydride (0.220g), 4-tert-butylcyclohexanone (0.481g), and silica
gel (0.420g) had been all combined right into a mortar and grinded to create a
good powder. The contents had been poured right into a reaction vial with a
magnetic stir bar. A cap was placed