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Unformatted text preview: (c) This may also be considered a reaction of an electrophile with a nucleophile. Label each of the starting materials in the scheme above as an electrophile or nucleophile. 5. For the following reaction: + " (a) Draw the product (b) Which definition of acids/bases do the reactant~ fall under: B~onsted-Lowry~e30r both? 0\4-,'. . ~Q b:.t,;)Q ~~ e.~ ~,r) J 00z. U *~ QC(d 6.Draw the products of each acid-base reaction. If no reaction occurs, write "NR" (No Reaction). Make sure you use arrows to show where the electron pairs aremoving. =-(£) U 2 /1 " e (0,) t \4-: ". 0\-'\Y' " . . ", :0: O'f\ (b) Ctl\ ... t C." 0 H ,G) '1. '.. \\ a .. E> (c) , tT \-\- 'e> (' : '" : (': i-" '\" .. .....
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2009 for the course CHEM 351 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at BYU.
- Spring '08