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Unformatted text preview: Name Group Work 1117/ r4" ’7/ 1. Identify each alkene as E, Z, cis , trans or neither. N C) \\*I\<‘ ‘- 2. Identify the most substituted alkene and the least substituted alkene. ‘mo 33(- 3. Calculate the degree of unsaturation for the formulae (show your work) and draw two possible structures. H H NHZ
C5H7N2Bro H V, N\i/ Br H
65116 L/JR‘NHZ /' “H [LM
(0 H ,— 3 a H g ﬂ H I” 2'
('5 "iw. i
4. Name this alkene.
Br OH trams ‘ if brow) ,/- ((7ci0fveri‘IL;/- ./ . /~«l1 Ic/KWJX3~ 2~£JLMJ
r7 5. Identify the following reactions as addition, elimination, substitution or rearrangement. 0% 0
—---——> CH3 OH
Brz, FeBr3 ’ 0.1)
+ FeBr4 5
0H a Cl A
+ magnesium salts
C. ll “1 acid, heat + HOl—I
—_—._> 6. Draw a reaction energy diagram for a four-step, endergonic process where step
two has the highest energy of activation. _/ 7. Compare & contrast polar and radical mechanisms. Type of reaction arrows used
for curved arrow formalism Type of intermediates
Give an example & describe a” V3 CC)-J\- bJAN‘L Describe the mechanism
radical example : CH4 ‘l‘ BI'2 ‘l‘ hV CH3Br + HBr 3 .3 he?!) “05c 1m?,quﬂucl (AA); Caudi‘il V‘ (FL/g4} Polar example:
H2C=CH2 + HCl
H3C—CH2Cl Frequency of this type of
mechanism Types of formal charges
involved p ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Gauthier during the Spring '08 term at Vanderbilt.
- Spring '08