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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 5
1) Follow the flow of electrons indicated by the curved arrows and predict the products of the reactions.
H O C H3C CH3 OCH3 O H O H H O H H
H H H N H
+ C C CH3 O 2) Draw curved arrows to represent the flow of electrons in each step, and indicate the missing fragment in the box. O C H3C
+ O NH3 H3C C Cl NH3 H 3C O C NH3
+ ? Cl 3) Draw curved arrows to represent the flow of electrons in each step, and add the charges when necessary H O
+ O H Cl Cl Cl OH 4) Very often the substitution of one H of an alkane by chlorine leads to a mixture of monochlorinated products. Which alkane of formula C5H12 can only lead to one substitution product? ...
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