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Unformatted text preview: Chem 109 A 1. Draw The foilowing: a. 2~meThyl~3—eThy|—2-hexene b. 3-br‘omo-1-ferf~bu‘tylcyclopen’rene c. cis-3~hep’rene d. Trans~3mchloro~3—hexene e. Z-1~bromo—2—me?hyl-1-bu‘l’ene f. E«3-isopropylmlfi—pen’radiene 2. Describe. The difference between cm electrophiie and a nucleophile. 3. Draw cur‘ved arrows To repreSenT The movemenf of elecfrons in each of “the following readion steps- Cl. CH3CH2$HCH3 + :13}? m—a— CH3CH2CEIHCH3 =13.“ b. H CH1 O— + H C. + 4" M + - d. I. .1... CH3CH2wBr + NH3 -—-~n- CH3CH2-NH3 + Br" 6. I. .. :(lfl-i +gH + CH3“$“%H «mm—r— CH3-cuCH3 + H20 CH3 1‘. . . _ 6: :(IJ: CH3‘_‘ICI '_'H '1" H + + Mng CH3 Eamailz Terri.ben‘[email protected] Office Hours: T/R 11-12 SR8 3227 ’raff/’rerri Guidelines for drawing curly arrows: 1. Arrows sfar‘ring from a bond means you are breaking The bond —»- Q + Arrows sfarfing from a lone pair means you are making a bond wi’rh That a’rom CH3CHCH3 + H29: CH3(EHCH3 + U MOB H An arrow drawn To a new atom means you are making a bond wi‘rh Thai atom m CH3CHZQ: + (31-1364}: —--—-—z-— CH3C‘H20CH3 4» Br“ An arrow drawn To an aTom from i’rs own bond means you're breaking The bond and The electrons wili become a lone pair. an on I I +OH V H E—moii: [email protected] Office Hours: T/R 11~12 SR8 3227 ...
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