Lecture 7 - E1 - Before next lab period. Next lab:...

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Before next lab period Before next lab period Next lab: Cyclohexene synthesis (E1) Before next lab period, complete: - E1 Pre-Lab Quiz - SN1 Post-Lab Quiz - SN1 Post-Lab Report - E1 Pre-Lab Report - Tutorials Look for IR spectral data for t-amyl alcohol and t- amyl chloride on the CHEM 233 website this weekend. ANALYZE ONLY THESE SPECTRA for your lab report for next week!
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Transformation: Dehydration Transformation: Dehydration Transformation : This reaction proceeds via an ____ pathway. Be able to write out correct mechanism. H 3 PO 4 (aq) OH + H 2 O cyclohexanol cyclohexene E1
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Mechanism Mechanism OH O H H H O H H - H 2 O H O H H -H 3 O +
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Procedure Procedure Put cyclohexanol and phosphoric acid in round bottom flask 25 mL How do we separate product cyclohexene from the reaction mixture? Fractional Distillation
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Fractional distillation (1 Fractional distillation (1 st st ): Separate ): Separate WATER IN WATER OUT
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Dry crude cyclohexene first Treat impure
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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 7 - E1 - Before next lab period. Next lab:...

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