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Dienes can be divided into three classes:
1,3-butadiene undergoes 1,2-addition and 1,4-addition.
Reactions with dienes
The 1,3 configuration of double bonds found in 1,3-butadiene (conjugated double bonds) make these types of dienes capable of participating in more reaction types than is the case for molecules with either just a single alkene functional group or with multiple, but non-alternating, alkene groups. One possible reaction for such dienes is the Diels-Alder reaction for example Danishefsky’s diene.
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