Vollhardt,Chapter14

Vollhardt,Chapter14 - Chapter 14: 1. How many p orbitals...

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Chapter 14: 1. How many p orbitals overlap in the allyl system? a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5 Answer: B 2. How are allyl intermediates stabilized? a. Via sigma electron localization. b. Via pi electron localization. c. Via sigma electron delocalization. d. Via pi electron delocalization. Answer: D 3. Where does radical allylic halogenation place a halogen? a. On the terminal alkene carbon of the allyl system. b. On the middle carbon of the allylic alkene. c. On the carbon adjacent to the allylic double bond. d. On the center carbon of the alkene. Answer: C 4. How can two different allyl halide isomers give the same product mixture upon hydrolysis? a. The water of hydrolysis can attack at two different sites. b. The water of hydrolysis forces rearrangement of the allyl halide. c. Both isomers add the halide at the same rate. d. Both isomers pass through the same intermediate. Answer: D 5. Where does propene tend to deprotonate? a.
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Vollhardt,Chapter14 - Chapter 14: 1. How many p orbitals...

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