CH19 April 16

CH19 April 16 - Examples Mechanism Changes the carbonyl...

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Alkylation Via Grignard Reagents: Reactions of Esters (cont'd) Esters produce 3 oalcohols Title: Page %d of %d
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Preparation of Amides Reactions of Amides Hydrolysis: Extremely stable (much less reactive than other carboxylic acid derivatives) Conditions for successful hydrolysis are much harsher than for other acid derivatives Title: Page %d of %d
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Reaction of Amides Hydrolysis Mechanism: Acid Catalyzed Hydrolysis Mechanism: Base Catalyzed Title: Page %d of %d
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Reaction of Amides Conversion of Amides to .
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Unformatted text preview: ..... ? Examples: Mechanism: . Changes the carbonyl into a ­CH 2­ group Title: Page %d of %d Polyamides: Polyesters: Step Growth Polymers Compared to Chain­Growth Polymers (Chapter 7 and 14): Step­Growth Polymers . Title: Page %d of %d Examples of Commercially Important Step­Growth Polymers: Title: Page %d of %d Polyamides aka Nylons Nylon 66: Adipic Acid Hexamethylenediamine Generalized Nylon 66 Fiber Title: Page %d of %d...
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2008 for the course CHEM 2212 taught by Professor Habbard during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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CH19 April 16 - Examples Mechanism Changes the carbonyl...

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