Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 35

Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 35 - CHAPTER...

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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 2-STRUcTURE AND PrOPERTIES oF oRGAnic MoLECuLES 2- 1 The fundamental principLe of organic chemistry is that a molecuLe's chemIcaL And pHysical properties depend on tHe moLecuLe¡s stRuctUre: the structure¢function or structure¢reactivitY correlation. £t is essential t¤at you understand the tHree¥dimensional nature of organic moLecuLes, And theRe ¦s no better device to assis§ ¨o© §han a MOªEC©ªar MODE« sE§¬ ­O© a®E s§®OnG«¨ EnCO©®aGE¯ §O ©sE °ODEªs rEGuªa®L¨ whEn ±Ea¯²nG the text and workng the probLems³ (a) requires ©se of ModeLs ´ ´ (b) , f The wedge bonds represent bonds Coming out of the plane of the paper ´ µ ´ toward you¶ " µ / ·¸ µ / . The ¯ashed bonds represent bonds going behind the plane of the paper¹ J \ J\. ´ ´ ´ ´ 2¢2 (a) The h¨bridizatioN of oxygen is sp 3 since it has two sigMa bon¯s and §wo pAi®s of non bonding eºect®ons» The reason that the bond angLe of 1 04»5¼ is Less than the perFeCt tetrahed®al angºe oF 1 09»5¼ is that the Lone pairs in...
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