Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 345

Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 345 - 15-36 c...

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15-36 continued (g) - ±² H _H (h) _ h h ±² 1 5 * 1 4 * 13 1 2 1 ] 1 ± ² Mg ether . AgaIn, It Is 13 that determInes the characteR of thIs specIes. When tHe S±ngle eLectron ±n 13 of The neutraL radIcaL ±s ²emoved³ posItIve charge appears on´y ±N the posiTIon(s) wh±ch thaT eLectron occupIeD. µha¶ Is· ¶he posI¶Ive charge ¸epeNds on the now empt 13' wITh empt Lobes (posItIve charge) on carbons ±, 3² ¹nº 5, coNs±sTenT w±tH The ²esoN»NcE desc¼PTIon½ J ± ² l 1 + + + f Aga¾n, IT ¾s 13 That ¿ete²mInes the character of th±s specIesÀ Áhe negÂT¾vÃ
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