Ch5HW - Ch 5 supplemental problems Occasionally Ouellette...

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Ch 5, supplemental problems Occasionally Ouellette lacks enough problems on basic material. One example is simple (one- step) aromatic substitution reactions, Sect 5.5. So here is a set of supplemental problems, to deal with that deficiency. Answers are on the back; you can also turn this in, if you would like. Please let me know of other topics where such supplemental problem sets would be useful. In all questions, show the structure and give the name of all organic compounds requested. For inorganic compounds, show proper chemical formula. 1. Write a balanced equation showing the reaction of 1 mol of bromine with benzene under aromatic substitution conditions (i.e., the slow reaction that occurs in the presence of Fe or FeBr 3 ). 2. Write a balanced equation showing the reaction of 1 mol of nitric acid, HNO 3 , with benzene under aromatic substitution conditions (i.e., with sulfuric acid catalyst). In such reactions, nitric acid behaves as HO-NO 2 . 3. What is the major organic product if benzene is mixed with Br
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