Chapter 9 Sp10SC

Chapter 9 Sp10SC - Organic Chemistry 5th Edition Paula...

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Chapter 9 Elimination Reactions of Alkyl Halides • Competition Between Substitution and Elimination Organic Chemistry 5 th Edition Paula Yurkanis Bruice
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The E2 Reaction Section 9.1 • Describe the reaction in your own words. • Identify the leaving group. • What has replaced the nucleophile? + H 2 O + Br Br + OH
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The E2 Mechanism Concerted, one-step Rate law = This reaction is called a dehydrohalogenation reaction, a β-elimination reaction or a 1,2-elimination reaction. Among alkyl halides, alkyl iodides are most reactive. Explain. Section 9.1 Br + OH H
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The Zaitsev Rule • The more substituted alkene product is obtained when a proton is removed from the β-carbon that is bonded to fewer hydrogens. Section 9.2 Br + O +
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Predict Products • Predict the major organic products for the following E2 elimination reactions according to Zaitsev’s rule. Section 9.2 Br Br Br
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