Vollhardt,Chapter12

Vollhardt,Chapter12 - Chapter 12: 1. Catalytic...

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Chapter 12: 1. Catalytic hydrogenation of an alkene usually requires what besides a hydrogen source and the alkene? a. A non-metal catalyst. b. A soluble metal catalyst. c. Platinum. d. An insoluble metal catalyst. Answer: D 2. What is Markovnikov’s Rule? a. A halogen adds to a double bond only with a metal catalyst. b. A halogen adding to a double bond adds to the more substituted carbon atom. c. A halogen adding to a double bond adds to the less substituted carbon atom. d. A halogen adding to a double bond adds across both carbon atoms. Answer: B 3. An electrophilic hydration must involve what species? a. An alkene and acid. b. Hydrogen and an alkene. c. An alkene and water. d. Hydrogen and a haloalkane. Answer: C 4. What are halonium ions? a. Halogens with a positive charge. b. Halogens that are leaving groups. c. Halogens with a negative charge. d. Halogens that add across a double bond. Answer:
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