According to me DIBAL H is used for restricted reduction.(Cause it provides only one H- )
If the reactant is Ester then just reduce it once to give aldehyde.( Don’t do double reduction according to me )
If the reactant itself starts with aldehyde then reduce that to alcohol.
And in that website master organic chemistry they have given separately.(They didn’t directly convert that Ester to alcohol)
They meant do one reduction from reactant to give product with DIBAL H
@Shwetanshu_2018 is the above reasoning right?
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