This is the answer to chapter 20 to problem number 47 fromthe Smith Organic chemistry textbook. Ah, this problem asks us to draw the product formed when fennel acetic acid is treated with the tree agent. And we're told that with summary agents, no reaction occurs. Ah, and there are 12 of these. So I'm just gonna go ahead and get started because this is gonna take a little bit of time. Okay. S o for a Ah, we have sodium bicarbonate. Uh, that's gonna act as base. Um, and we have a car back so weak acid that we're starting with. Oh, and I drew fennel acetic acid at the top of the screen here. Rather than redraw the aromatic ring 12 times, I'm just gonna use a pH to abbreviate it. Since the ring itself is not participating in any of these reactions. Okay, s O sodium bicarb here is gonna act as a base. And so we're gonna get an asset base reaction and will de protein, eight hour carb oxalic acid. Ah, and we'll get the sodium ion as the counter I on here. Okay, s so that's a for be, um, again be Is a base. Ah, and so the exact same thing is gonna happen as in a we will de protein eight. Ah, and we'll have the sodium ion as our counter ion. Okay. Ah, see, we're using signing chloride. Remember, signing chloride, um, takes a carb oxalic acid to the acid chlorides, and so we'll have an acid chloride for a product there. And C D is just salt table salt. There's gonna be no reaction here. Okay, s so then e um and actually, let me move these up a little bit. Okay? So in e our using one equivalent of ammonia. Ah, and so that is going to just act as a base. And so again, we're gonna get D prone nation. Ah, and no further reaction. So Deep Throat Nation, and then we'll have the ammonia my eye on as the counter ion. Okay. Ah, for F. We're using ammonia, followed by heat. Um, and so that is actually going to drive this reaction. And so, rather than just a pro nation here, we're actually going to make the A mite. Okay, so there we go. There's f moving on to the next page here. Fergie were using methanol and then sulfuric acid. Um, and so we're going to get the Esther product here on DSO Since we're using methanol will get the methyl ester for H. We're gonna try to do the same thing, but instead of using acid, we're gonna use base. Um, and so that's not going to work. Ah, and so we will end up just deep resonating. Okay. For I AA were using sodium hydroxide, um, followed by on acid chloride. And so, uh, this is going to create the mixed and hydride. So we d pro Nate. Ah, and then our deep throat nated oxygen is able to act as nuclear file Ah, and kick out the chlorine. Um, in the acid chloride that were using is the second re agent in this sequence. And so we end up making the next anhydride. So then, for j r. Using Mesilla mean ah, in D c c. And remember D c. C. Is gonna act as a dehydrating agent here, and so that is going to allow us to form the A mine. Instance for using meth will mean our product is going to be metal. A my okay for kay, we're gonna use. Sign your chloride. Um, and then we're gonna use problem meid. Um and so the final chloride is gonna make the acid chloride. Um, And then, uh, the pro chloride is going to, um, add to that. And so we end up with the A mine. So 123 Okay. Ah, and s o l is going to be similar. Um, but we're not using a mean, so we're not gonna get in a mine. Ah, we're using an alcohol. And so we'll get an Esther. So the Esther will be the Pro Bowl. Esther. Okay, so there we go. Um, yeah. So that's all of the products to these reactions. Ah, and that's the answer to chapter 20 to problem number 47.