CHAPTER 8 OBJECTIVES

CHAPTER 8 OBJECTIVES - CHEM 2370 CHAPTER 8 OBJECTIVES...

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CHEM 2370 OBJECTIVES CHAPTER 8 ALKENES AND ALKYNES Reactions: Addition, Oxidation TERMS : Know definitions, gives examples, explain briefly 1. Addition reactions 2. Electrophile 3. Electrophilic addition reactions: Ionic addition 4. Markovnikov rule 5. Stereospecific reactions 6. Halonium ion intermediate and anti - addition 7. Oxidation reactions 8. Syn -hydroxylation 9. Oxidative cleavage of alkenes, alkynes 10. Ozonolysis 11. Carbocation rearrangements: 1,2-migration KNOW HOW TO: 1. Explain why alkenes and alkynes generally undergo addition reactions rather than substitution reactions 2. Explain why alkenes and alkynes are attracted to electrophiles rather than nucleophiles in ionic addition reactions 3. Explain, on the basis of carbocation stability, the regiochemistry of ionic addition of unsymmetrical molecules to unsymmetrical alkenes predicted by the empirically derived Markovnikov’s rule. 4.
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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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CHAPTER 8 OBJECTIVES - CHEM 2370 CHAPTER 8 OBJECTIVES...

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