CHEM 212 Lecture 12 Notes

CHEM 212 Lecture 12 Notes - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 212 Lecture...

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 212 Lecture 12 - REVIEW : October 8 st , 2009 Youla S. TSANTRIZOS Office: Chemistry Department Email: youla.tsantrizos@mcgill.ca
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Important Notice 1) Students must report to their pre-designated room (based on the LAST NAME INITIALS) in order to write their Midterm Exam. Be there on time! 2) Students will be allowed to use during the exam are their molecular models, pencil and pen ROOM CHART Student’s Name Building and Examination Room A – Da Steward Biology Building, Room S1/4 De – Joh Otto Maass Chemistry Building, Room 112 Jol – Lau Otto Maass Chemistry Building, Room 217 Law – Mar Leacock, Room 219 Mas – Z Leacock, Room 132
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Substitution and Elimination Reactions Na + - OH in H 2 O H Br H H Heat H OH H H NaBr This can ONLY be an S N 2 Reaction Mechanism, even though it is run in water! The formation of a 1 o carbocation is much too unfavorable
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H 2 O / CH 3 CO 2 H Heat This MOST LIKELY will be an E1 Elimination Mechanism The formation of a very stable 3 o carbocation is the driving force! especially in a polar, protic solvent!
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2009 for the course CHEM CHEM212 taught by Professor T during the Fall '09 term at McGill.

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CHEM 212 Lecture 12 Notes - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 212 Lecture...

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