Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 113

Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 113 - 6-26 I...

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Unformatted text preview: 6-26 I t is i mportant to analyze the structure of carbocations to consider if migration of any groups from adjacent carbons w i l l lead to a more stable carbocation . As a general rule, if rearrangement would lead to a more stable carbocation , a carbocation w i l l rearrange. (Beginning with this problem, only those unshared electons pairs involved in a partic ular step w i l l be shown. ) CH3 (a) C H 3-C I CH3 I - CH3 CH-CH3 I� 1\ 1- + CH3- - -CH3 CH3 H yy I + n ucleophilic attack on unrearranged carbocation CH3 :O-CH3 CH3- - -CH3 CH3 H n ucleophilic attack after carbocation rearrangement ?? ! I c�� .. HRCH3 CH3 :O-CH3 CH3- C - C-CH3 CH3 H u nrearranged product .. -----l� I I I I CH3 CH3 -C-C-CH 3 CH3 H M ethyl shift to the I + � I�I 2 ° c arbocation forms a more stable 3° c arbocation. n ucleophilic attack on unrearranged carbocation cj: d=�: CH 3 u nrearranged product 106 rl<- -;: � ",H C H3 H I H CH2CH3 :R - CH,CH ; ...
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