cabonyl - Weak nucleophile ± Strong electrophile ± Weak...

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12.21 During the course of the following multi-step process, the change in hybridization of the indicated atom is most accurately described as… O H + / CH 3 OH OCH 3 OCH 3 o sp 2 Æ sp Æ sp 3 Æ sp 2 o sp 2 Æ sp 3 Æ sp 2 o sp 3 Æ sp Æ sp 3 o sp 2 Æ sp 3 Æ sp 2 Æ sp 3 o sp 2 Æ sp Æ sp 3 MCAT questions: What reagents could be used to synthesize this acetal? o 1-butanol with methanal o Butanal with methanol o 1,1-dibutanol with water o Propanal with methanol the carbon with the two C-O used to be C=O H H 3 CO OCH 3
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12.22 Use this Grignard reaction to answer the following questions: O R 2 R 1 + R 3 MgX O MgX R 2 R 1 R 3 OH R 2 R 1 R 3 H 3 O + o In the Grignard reaction, the Grignard reagent is a… ± Strong nucleophile ±
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Unformatted text preview: Weak nucleophile ± Strong electrophile ± Weak electrophile o If 2-pentanone is reacted with phenyl magnesium bromide, what is true about the product? ± The product has a chiral centre and the solution is optically active ± The product has a chiral centre and the solution is not optically active ± The product has no chiral centre and the solution is not optically active ± The product is a meso compound o The Grignard reaction is a(n) ± Electrophilic elimination ± Aromatic substitution ± Nucleophilic addition ± Nucleophilic substitution...
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2011 for the course CHEMISTRY Chemistry taught by Professor Dr.felixlee during the Fall '11 term at UWO.

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cabonyl - Weak nucleophile ± Strong electrophile ± Weak...

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