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Quiz 5 key orgo - ∆ G≠ ∆ G and the intermediate Energy Reaction Progress ∆ G ∆ G intermediate 4 The reaction below affords the expected

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Chem 221 Quiz 5 KEY 1. Consider the formula C 6 H 11 N. a) Calculate the degrees of unsaturation for this molecule. ___ 2 ___ b) Draw two stereoisomers of C 6 H 11 N. NH 2 NH 2 There are LOTS of possibilities here. This is just one. 2. Complete the following reaction, and show a detailed, step-by-step electron pushing mechanism for it below. H-Cl + Cl Cl - 2. The reaction in problem #1 results in a(n) [increase / decrease ] in entropy. (circle one) 3. Sketch a reaction energy diagram for the reaction in problem #1 assuming it is a slow , product favored reaction. On your drawing, label the activation energy (
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Unformatted text preview: ∆ G≠), ∆ G, and the intermediate. Energy Reaction Progress ∆ G ∆ G intermediate 4. The reaction below affords the expected Markovnikov addition product as well as product X. H-Br + Markovnikov Product + Br product X 75% 25% Show an electron pushing mechanism for the formation of product X. H-Br Br product X H Br-5. Draw or name the following molecules. Don’t forget to include E/Z designations where appropriate. a) Z-3-bromo-3-hexene ` Br b) (4Z) 2-Methyl-2,4-hexadiene...
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Quiz 5 key orgo - ∆ G≠ ∆ G and the intermediate Energy Reaction Progress ∆ G ∆ G intermediate 4 The reaction below affords the expected

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