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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 9: Alkynes: I. Nomenclature of Alkynes a. Simple alkynes sec. 9.2 b. Eny-ols not in book c. Ene-enys sec. 9.2 d. Compounds containing two or more of the same functional group II. Spectroscopic Properties of Alkynes sec. 9.5 a. IR b. 13 C III. Hydrogenation of Alkynes sec. 9.8 a. Complete reduction b. Partial reduction, cis-alkenes c. Partial reduction, trans-alkenes IV. Addition of H-X to Alkynes sec. 9.6 V. Hydration of Alkynes sec. 9.7 a. Markovnikov hydration b. Anti-Markovinkov hydration VI. Substitution Reactions to Prepare Alkynes a. Acidity of terminal alkynes sec. 9.10 b. Substitution reactions with the acetylide anion sec. 9.11 VII. Synthesis II: C-C bonding forming reactions sec. 9.12 Problems: 1,2,3(a&b), 4(a&b), 5-18, 20, 22 - 36...
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This note was uploaded on 09/03/2009 for the course CHEM 2250 taught by Professor Stack during the Spring '09 term at UNO.
- Spring '09
- Organic chemistry