Unformatted text preview: Kory Nieuwkoop OChemQ.6 1. (3 pts) Chapter 6 - For each of the reactions below, propose the final product and justify the mechanism of action chosen to give the product. CH3 Cl Product: CH 3
O + CH3CH2OH CH 3 CH 3 Justify: SN1, Loss of Cl, shift of
Br CH3 HOH
H3C CH3 OH CH3 Product: Justify: Loss of Br, hydride shift to create a stable carboncation
H3C I -C CH CH3 Product: Justify: Loss of I, and hydride shift, creating Π bond 2. Chapter 7- Which of the following alkenes is the most stable (lowest in energy)? A. 1-methylcyclohexene B. 3-methylcyclohexene C. 4-methylcyclohexene D. They are all of equal stability. 3. Chapter 7 - Label the following alkenes as Z or E. HO H3C Cl
E E Z O
OH 4. (1 pt) Chapter 7- Which isomer of an alkene is more polar, the cis- or the trans- geometric isomer? Cis 5. Predict the product of the reaction for each of the reactions shown below H3C H CH(CH3)2 CH2CH3
CH3 CH3 Br2, CCl4 (solvent) H3 C H Br CH3 CH3 HO Br CH3 H3C KMnO4 (warm, conc), H+
H3 C O O CH3 CH3 and ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course CHEM 304 taught by Professor Hyde during the Fall '09 term at Westminster UT.
- Fall '09