CHAPTER 6 OBJECTIVES

CHAPTER 6 OBJECTIVES - OBJECTIVES CHAPTER 6 TERMS 1. 2. 3....

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OBJECTIVES CHAPTER 6 TERMS 1. 1. Homolysis 2. 2. Heterolysis 3. 3. Free Radical 4. 4. Carbocations 5. 5. Carbanions 6. 6. S N 1 and S N 2 reactions 7. 7. E1 and E2 reactions 8. 8. Leaving group (nucleo fuge) 9. 9. Nucleophile 10. 10. Intermediates 11. 11. Transition State 12. 12. Inversion of configuration (Walden Inversion) 13. 13. Rate determining step 14. 14. Racemization 15. 15. Solvolysis 16. 16. Polar protic solvents 17. 17. Polar aprotic solvents SUGGESTED PROBLEMS: ALL!!! KNOW HOW TO: 1. Distinguish between an alkyl halide and a vinylic halide (aryl halide) 2. Classify free radicals, carbocations, and carbanions as electrophiles/nucleophiles and/or Lewis acids/bases. 3. Identify a good / bad leaving group (nucleofuge): compare different leaving groups and order them according to better/worse leaving ability. 4. Distinguish between an intermediate and a transition state. 5. Draw free energy diagrams (reaction coordinates) for single step (S N 2, E2) and multi-step (S N 1, E1) reactions. 6.
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