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UNIVERSIDAD DE PUERTO RICO RECINTO DE RIO PIEDRAS DEPARTAMENTO DE QUIMICA GUIA DE ESTUDIO QUIM 3452 Unidad 2:   Eteres, Ep ó xidos y Sulfuros (Wade Cap. 14, p á gs 625-664) Objetivos Operacionales:     Luego de completar el estudio de esta unidad, el estudiante ser á  capaz de: 1. Definir y/o explicar cada uno de los siguientes t é rminos: a. é ter sim é trico b. é ter asim é trico c. é teres de corona d. oxiranos e. mCPBA f. MMPP g. halohidrinas / tosilatos h. tio é teres 2. Explicar las condiciones para llevar a cabo las siguientes reacciones y/o dados los reactivos, predecir los productos principales: Reacciones:  1) S í ntesis de Williamsom (formaci ó n de  é teres)  2) Reacci ó n con HBr y HI  3)  Reacciones de ep
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  • Spring '16
  • Nicolas J
  • Nombre, Rio Piedras, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Éter, Reactivo de Grignard

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