CHEM 316 - problem%20set%208.007%20sn1_sn2

CHEM 316 - problem%20set%208.007%20sn1_sn2 - Chem 316...

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Br Br Br Problem Set 8 Chem 316 1. Draw all the isomers resulting from monochlorination of methylcyclohexane. Indicate which products would be major and which minor. + Cl 2 Cl Cl Cl h ! 2. What starting material would undergo halogenation to yield only the two products shown below: ? NBS + Br 3. Complete the following reactions. + NaOCH 3 H N a. b. Cl + NaOCH 3 c. + ? HO Cl d. + KCN/DMF e. + KI acetone 4. There are two ways to make 2-ethoxypropane starting with different alkyl halides and alcohols. Show those two reactions. Which method would be better and why? 5. Discuss the differences between S N 1 and S N 2 reactions. In what cases can you modify reaction conditions to change the mechanism of the reaction (from S N 1 to S N 2 or vice-versa). What changes would you have to make? 6. Treatment of 4-iodo-1-cyclohexene with refluxing ethanol gives two products which are structural isomers. What are those products and why do they form? I
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