This organic chemistry video provides the mechanism for the aldol condensation reaction between two propanal molecules and two acetone molecules to form an alpha beta unsaturated aldehyde and ketone which is basically a michael acceptor. This video also provides retrosynthesis problems and examples of the aldol condensation reaction where you have to find the aldehydes and ketones that combine to form the alpha beta unsaturated ketone or michael acceptor.
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