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Introduction to - Introduction to Acyl Derivatives Structure O O H3C X H3C X Conclusion based on comparisons of bond length amides have the most

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H 3 CX O H 3 O Introduction to Acyl Derivatives: Structure Conclusion: based on comparisons of bond length, amides have the most double bond character.
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Introduction to Acyl Derivatives: Structure H 3 CO O CH 3 H 3 O CH 3 Syn Anti H 3 CX O H 3 O H 3 CN O R 1 H 3 O R 1 Syn Anti R 2 R 2 Barrier to Rotation: 13 kcal/mol Barrier to Rotation: 22 kcal/mol Energetic barrier to rotation indicates degree of partial double bond character Note: for C=C double bond, barrier to rotation is 66 Kcal/mol.
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Introduction to Acyl Derivatives: Structure Conversely, with increasing resonance contribution, the electrophilicity of the carbonyl carbon is diminished. Acid chlorides are the most electrophilic,
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2009 for the course CH 318M taught by Professor Bocknack during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Introduction to - Introduction to Acyl Derivatives Structure O O H3C X H3C X Conclusion based on comparisons of bond length amides have the most

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