CHAPTER 10 NOTES

CHAPTER 10 NOTES - CHAPTER 10 RADICAL REACTIONS...

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CHAPTER 10 RADICAL REACTIONS - - INTRODUCTION - - RELATIVE STABILITIES OF RADICALS - - HALOGENATION OF ALKANES - - REACTIVITY v. SELECTIVITY - - RADICAL ADDITION OF HBr TO ALKENES - - ANTI MARKOVNIKOV REGIOCHEMISTRY
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- - SOME REACTIONS OCCUR VIA RADICAL INTERMEDIATES : R • - - HOW ARE RADICALS PRODUCED ? ( HOMO LYSIS OR HETERO LYSIS ? ) - - HOW DO RADICALS REACT ? - - REACT WITH A MOLECULE TO GENERATE A NEW RADICAL SEE p. 449, 450 - - REACT WITH ANOTHER RADICAL TO FORM A MOLECULE RADICAL COUPLING SEE p. 458 RELATIVE STABILITIES : - - USE BOND DISSOCIATION ENERGIES - - SEE TABLE 10.1 p. 452 - - DO PROBLEM : 10.1 p. 452 - - WHICH C – H BOND BREAKS MOST EASILY IN THE FOLLOWING MOLECULE ? (C H 3 ) 2 C H - C H 2 - C H 3 - - RELATIVE STABILITY OF ALKYL RADICALS ( SIMILAR TO CARBO CATIONS ) > > > METHYL DO PROBLEM : 10.2 p. 454 HALOGENATION OF ALKANES:
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course CHEM 2370 taught by Professor Dandekar during the Fall '07 term at North Texas.

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