Chap.14 Part 2 Notes - Example 1: Title: Jun 8 ­ 4:57 PM...

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Molecular Orbital Theory: Dynamic Title: Jun 8 ­ 9:27 AM (1 of 9)
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Molecular Orbital Theory (cont'd): Title: Jun 8 ­ 4:57 PM (2 of 9)
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Possible Resonance Structures: Title: Jun 8 ­ 4:57 PM (3 of 9)
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OK, I understand why conjugated systems are more stable, but what practical applications are there for this information? Electrophilic Addition: Title: Jun 8 ­ 4:57 PM (4 of 9)
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Unformatted text preview: Example 1: Title: Jun 8 ­ 4:57 PM (5 of 9) Example 2: Title: Jun 12 ­ 8:43 AM (6 of 9) Temperature and Its Influence on Reaction Products: Title: Jun 8 ­ 4:57 PM (7 of 9) Kinetic Control: Thermodynamic Control: Title: Jun 12 ­ 8:10 AM (8 of 9) Example 3: Title: Aug 25 ­ 11:33 AM (9 of 9)...
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2008 for the course CHEM 2212 taught by Professor Habbard during the Fall '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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Chap.14 Part 2 Notes - Example 1: Title: Jun 8 ­ 4:57 PM...

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