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Unformatted text preview: to determine the melting point. Once we had the melting point we compared that value to values that were given in the lab manual. Using these values we were able to determine what the final product was and from that we were able to determine which mechanism it went through thus ruling out other mechanisms. 2) 3) The alternate reactions melting point was 243.7°C. This melting point was obtained by Sharyn Miller. She used the same idea and did the same thing as I stated in part C of question 1. After obtaining the melting point she narrowed down what she had using the given melting points. She then was able to rule out what mechanisms she did not have. Calculations:...
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- Fall '08
- Chemistry, Watch Glass, Electrophilic addition, Halogen addition reaction, Dominic Liss