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Where We Are Going Today x Chapter 7 – Further Reactions of Haloalkanes Solvolysis Reactions The S N 1 Reaction Mechanism Carbonium Ions eaction Coordinate Diagrams Reaction Coordinate Diagrams Stereochemistry Elimination Reactions – Alkene Formation The E1 Reaction Mechanism The E2 Reaction Mechanism Reaction Practice Substitution vs. Elimination?
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Inductive Effect x an effect which spreads out or concentrates electron density due to differences in electronegativity between two atoms; transmissive through‐bond phenomenon a transmissive through‐bond phenomenon
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S N 2 and S N 1 Reaction Coordinate Diagrams S N 2 Reactions S N 1 Reactions
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Stereochemistry of E1 Reactions
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Stereochemistry of E2 Reactions
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Substitution vs. Elimination
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Unformatted text preview: - Some Generalizations -CH 3 X RCH 2 X R H X R R R X R methyl halide primary alkyl halide secondary alkyl halide tertiary alkyl halide substitution in all cases primarily substitution, except in cases of primarily elimination except in cases of E2 with strongly basic nucleophiles; x Reactions of secondary alkyl halides are the most difficult to control and predict. hindered nucleophiles weakly basic nucleophiles SN1 or SN2 with weakly basic nucleophiles difficult to form carbonium ions; bimolecular reactions favored frequently form carbonium ions; unimolecular reactions favored sometimes form carbonium ions; undergo both bi-and unimolecular reactions readily Announcements x...
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