Lecture 6 - SN1 - Before next time. Next lab: SN1 t-amyl...

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Before next time Before next time Next lab: S N 1 – t -amyl chloride synthesis Read through pp. 44-47 in your lecture notes. The IR spectral data in your syllabus corresponds to t-BuOH/t-BuCl (practice); we will provide data for t-amyl series next week. Before next lab period, complete: –S N 1 pre-lab quiz – Nutmeg post-lab quiz – Nutmeg post-lab report –S N 1 pre-lab lab report (note: synthesis!) – Tutorials
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Simple practice problem 10.0 Grams of t -butyl alcohol, MW= 74.13, react with an excess of 12 M HCl to yield 10.0 grams of t -butyl chloride, MW = 92.57. (a) What is the limiting reagent? (b) What is the theoretical yield of t -butyl chloride? (c) What is the yield ( careful ) of t -butyl chloride? (d) What is the percent yield of t -butyl chloride? Work this problem for practice and see website later today for solution (will be posted within lecture slides).
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Simple practice problem: Solution (a) What is the limiting reagent? Because the problem states that “excess” HCl is used, the t-BuOH must be the limiting reagent. (b) What is the theoretical yield of
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2009 for the course CHEM 233 taught by Professor Miller during the Winter '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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Lecture 6 - SN1 - Before next time. Next lab: SN1 t-amyl...

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