Chemistry 2210 Lab2 Report

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Chemistry 2210 Lab Report Experiment 11: Reactivities of Some Alkyl Halides in Substitution Reactions Date Due: November 2, 2010
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Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to study the reactivity’s of several alkyl halides of different substrate types under conditions that would promote SN1 and SN2 reactions. Materials: Alkyl halides, Test tubes, beakers, graduated cylinder, hot plate Table of Reagents: Reagent Density Melting Point Boiling Point 1- bromobutane 1.2686 -112 102 chlorobutane 0.87 -123 77 bromocyclopentane 1.386 N/a 138 bromocyclohexane 1.3604 -56.5 166 2- chlorobutane 0.87 -140 68 2- bromobutane 1.255 -112 91 2- chloro, 2- methyl propane 0.883 -26 51 2- bromo, 2- methylpropane 1.221 -20 72 crotyl chloride 0.923 -65 85 bromobenzene 1.495 -31 156 benzyl chloride 1.1 -39 179 1- iodobutane 1.615 -103 130 1- chloroadamatane 0.89 163 n/a Procedure: Sn2 Assemble and label 13 clean, dry test tubes. To follow the rates, it will be easier to react only four test tubes at a time. To each add a different alkyl halide (0.1 mL). To each test tube add 1
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