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We are asked to draw the major product of the following three-step synthesis.
We can see that we have a ketone and an amine with acid in the very first step. This means we are going to work with Enamines.
The Michael Reaction/Addition is a 1,4-conjugate addition of an enone with an enolate and always forms 1,5-dicarbonyls.
The mechanism steps are listed below:
Draw the major product of the following three-step synthesis.
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