02 More Alkyl Halide Reactions worksheet key

02 More Alkyl Halide Reactions worksheet key - CHEMISTRY...

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Unformatted text preview: CHEMISTRY 225 MORE ALKYL HALIDE REACTIONS WORKSHEET < 67 Demonstrate your understanding of alkyl halide reactions by completing the following alkyl halide reactions with structures for the organic reactant, product, or reagent as required If no reaction is expected under the reaction conditions, write "NR. ” and explain briefb» why the reaction fails. Organic Left. R0” ' m7 2004,6,1124 /.‘:m //\ “MM 4. [ l + other ethanoi “I” “1/ products CH3 CH3 The 8N2 reaction is particularly usefiil for the formation of new carbon-carbon bonds at an sp3 hybridized carbon 0 Complete the equation below by identifying a pair of reactants that would combine to produce alkyne I by forming bond a in an 8512 reaction. CH3 9 i=1 ...__..___,_ CH3¢CH2§QEC§CHQCH20H3 I . CH3 I 0 Explain briefly why the alternate approach involving formation of bond b would be less successful. TE: W... to”! .12 L 9 2 wow/kl « we Wm u'jc ? N “I org—Aw oq, gv CW é’l‘e t LL. TL};- “4,9139” [22/ '- ' ‘ l l l (J3 Laldlse ué Jae” Laugh; qutatlufle out +9 ‘Igylev‘, L Lilvt‘lvflrmcf ’ When trans-1-bromo-4~methylcyclohexane is heated in ethanol solution, three organic products are formed. Complete the reaction below with structures for these three compounds. —,... c'i-EEH20H ...
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2010 for the course CHEM 225 taught by Professor Markdec during the Spring '10 term at University of Michigan-Dearborn.

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