Chapter 17 Lecture NotesSC

Chapter 17 Lecture NotesSC - Organic Chemistry 5th Edition...

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Chapter 17 Carbonyl Compounds II Organic Chemistry 5 th Edition Paula Yurkanis Bruice
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Trends in Reactivity Why are aldehydes more reactive than ketones? Explain the second trend. Steric Effects: Electronic Effects: Section 17.2
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acyl halide acid anhydride ester ~ carboxylic acid amide Overall Reactivities of Carbonyl Compounds R E A C T I V I T Y Section 17.2
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Reactions with Grignard Reagents Section 17.4 H H O 2. H 3 O + MgBr 1. H O 2. H 3 O + MgBr 1. O 2. H 3 O + MgBr 1.
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Other Carbonyl Compounds Section 17.4 O O 2. H 3 O + MgBr 1. Cl O 2. H 3 O + MgBr 1. C O O 2. H 3 O + MgBr 1.
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Acetylide Ions Acetylide ions are prepared by treating a terminal alkyne with sodium amide. Section 17.5 NaNH 2 H +N H 3 + Na 1. 2. H 3 O + H O 1. 2. H 3 O + O
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Hydride Ion Hydride ion is another nucleophile that can be added to carbonyl groups. Reactions that involve hydrides are reduction reactions because you are adding hydrogen. There are three principal reagents that you should know. Section 17.6
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Sodium borohydride (NaBH 4 ) is used to reduce __________ and ________. The products of these reactions are ___________. The hydride that is produced by NaBH 4 is considered to be a _____ ____________. NaBH 4 is sometimes shown with CH 3 OH is a ________; it also helps the reaction by forming a _________ _____ with the C=O. Hydride Reagents O NaBH 4 , CH 3 OH H O NaBH 4 , CH 3 OH Section 17.6
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Hydride Reagents Sodium borohydride will also reduce _____ _________,
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course CHEM 3341 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Southern University .

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