Lecture_34___Nov_22__2007 - Pre-Lecture Questions for 1(10...

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Pre-Lecture Questions for November 21, 2007. 1. (10 MARKS) A) Offer a complete, arrow-pushing mechanism to explain the formation of the racemic product mixture shown below obtained from reaction of the starting material, ( E
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Unformatted text preview: )-4-methylhex-2-ene with molecular bromine and light. Be sure to include all resonance forms where and if applicable. NBS h ! Br + enantiomer peroxide B) Would you expect this to be the MAJOR product? Why or why not....
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  • Fall '06
  • GANEM, B
  • Reaction, Chemical substance, racemic product mixture

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