Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 79

Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 79 - 4-40 c...

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4-40 continued (c) break (CH3hC-OH and H-Cl, maKe (CH3±C²Cl and H-OH kJ/mole: ³+ 381 + + 431) + ³² 331 + - 498) = -17 kJ/mole kcaL/moLe´(+9 1 + +103) + (±79 + ²119)= ²³kcaLmole (d) break Cµ¶CH2·C¸3 and µ·H, make Cµ3CHRH and µ¹Cµ¶ kJ/moleº (+ 356 + + 435) + ( - ´10 + ²435) = ²S³ kJ/moµe kcaL»moLe¼ (+ 85 + + 1¶4· + (² 98 + ²1¶4) ± ½ 13 kca¸Moµe ³e) break ¾µ3Cµ¿OH and µ-BrÀ make CH3CH¿Br and µ½OH kÁÂmoLe: ³+ 381 + + 3¹8) + ³ ²285 + ± 498) ² ² º³ kJ/moµe kcaL/moLe: (+ 91 + + 88) + (² 68 + - 119) = ³ 8 Kcal»mole ´¼4½ Numbers are bond dISSocIaTIon energIeS In kcaLÂmoLe In TÃe top LIne and kÄ/mole in tÅe bottom LIne. < > C µÆ > CH2 ³ CH c Ç2 (Cµ3±C (CH3)zCH ± Cµ3CH2 CH3 85 87 91 95 98 104 356 364 381 397 4¾0 435 moSt stabLe leaSt stable 4¿42 (a) o _ e CL OnLy one pÈoducT; cÃLoÈInaTion would woÈkÉ BÈomÊnaTion on a carbon wouLd not be predIcted To be a ÅIgÅËyieLding pÈoceSsÌ (b) E CH¶
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