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Class notes for Test 3_part 1 - Title: Jul 8 10:41 AM (4 of...

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Chapter 7: Chemistry of Alkenes Title: Oct 22­9:54 AM (1 of 7)
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1. Dehydrohalogenation: Example: Mechanism: Bromocyclohexane Cyclohexene Title: Jul 8 ­ 10:32 AM (2 of 7)
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1­Methylcyclohexanol 1­Methylcyclohexene 2. Dehydration: Example: Mechanism: Title: Jul 8 ­ 10:38 AM (3 of 7)
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­ Elimination reactions can produce mixtures of products depending on the reactants used Example: 1. Addition of Halogens to Alkenes: Chemistry of Alkenes: Addition Reactions Not a detailed enough explanation
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Unformatted text preview: Title: Jul 8 10:41 AM (4 of 7) A planar carbocation should result in a cis/trans mixture of products This type of reaction occurs with antistereochemistry : Example: Title: Jul 8 10:44 AM (5 of 7) Mechanism for Bromination Reaction: Bromonium Ion Title: Jul 8 10:46 AM (6 of 7) 2. Halohydrin Formation: halohydrin (1,2halo alcohol) Mechanism for Halohydrin Reaction: Bromohydrin Title: Jul 8 10:47 AM (7 of 7)...
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