Chp48 - Naming Alkyl Halides 1o, 2o, 3o designation Longest...

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Naming Alkyl Halides 1 o , 2 o , 3 o designation Longest chain Number chain from end closest to 1st branch Write the name (alphabetize branches) Cl Br 2-chloropropane isopropyl chloride bromocyclohexane cyclohexyl bromide
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Naming Alcohols 1 o , 2 o , 3 o designation Longest chain containing -OH Number chain from end closest to -OH Write the name; ending is - ol OH OH HO 2-methylpentan-2-ol cis -cyclohexane-1,4-diol 3-fluoropropan-1-ol F OH
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Properties of R-OH and R-X R-X: dispersion, dipole-dipole R-OH: dispersion, dip-dip, H-bonding R-X insoluble in H 2 O, low MW R-OH soluble in H 2 O CH 3 OH CH 3 Cl
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Nucleophilic Substitution Heterolytic cleavage (2 e - in bond lost to LG) Nucleophile often introduced as metal salt (anionic) but can be neutral Solvent system important (dissolve substrate and nucleophile) R LG Nuc R Nuc + LG M M What makes a good nucleophile?
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Properties of Strong Nucleophiles Usually negative charge, good base
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Chp48 - Naming Alkyl Halides 1o, 2o, 3o designation Longest...

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