Organic Chemistry/Introduction to reactions/THF

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THF stands for Tetrahydrofuran, and is a common ether-type solvent.

Structure[edit | edit source]

It is a 5 membered ring containing 4 carbons and one oxygen. It is very inert and thus makes a good solvent for many reactions.

Reactions[edit | edit source]