RadicalrepF10 - LAB REPORT: Reactions of Alkyl Halides:...

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LAB REPORT: Reactions of Alkyl Halides: Radical Substitution NAME:______________________________________ PARTNER'S NAME:__________________________ LAB SECTION:______________________________ DATE:______________________________________ Points possible Points received Lab Notebook 8 Abstract 5 Mechanism of radical substitution 4 Data and HNMR analysis 22 Questions 10 5 Total 54 A. ABSTRACT : CHLORINATION OF 1-CHLOROBUTANE % SCORE:
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B: CHLORINATION OF 1-CHLOROBUTANE Show the Reaction mechanism: Include initiation, propagation and 1 termination step. Use structures and arrows. Include the initiator, AIBN, in your mechanism and remember chlorine gas is not your chlorine source. You only need to show formation of one possible product.
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C. DATA ANALYSIS Table 1. GC Results Compare the statistical % prediction of product distribution with the actual ratio obtained in the experiment, Calculated % Area . Staple the chromatogram (or a copy) to your report. The statistical ratio is the ratio of the number of equivalent hydrogen atoms at the position that has been substituted to the total number of hydrogen atoms in chlorobutane. GC area should be obtained from your chromatogram
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course CHEMISTRY 242 taught by Professor Ngassa during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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RadicalrepF10 - LAB REPORT: Reactions of Alkyl Halides:...

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