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Week 4-July 19 - Week 4 July 19, 2011 Application of...

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Week 4 July 1 9 , 201 1 Application of Substituent Effects: The Acidity of Phenols, Part 1 Explain the observed p K a trends in the following set of compounds: OH NO 2 7.14 OH 9.95 OH OCH 3 10.20 OH 16.5 Reading : Section 18.6 13
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Week 4 July 19, 2011 Application of Substituent Effects: The Acidity of Phenols, Part 2 Explain the observed p K a trends in the following set of compounds: OH NO 2 7.14 OH NO 2 8.35 Reading : Section 18.6 14
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Week 4 July 19, 2011 Reactivity of Vinylic Halides Draw an example of a vinylic halide. Why does that halide not usually exhibit S N 2 reactivity? Why does that halide not usually exhibit S N 1 or E 1 reactivity? What product would be formed from an E 2 reaction of that halide? Reading : Sections 18.1-18.3 15
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Week 4 July 19, 2011 Reactivity of Aryl Halides Show an example of an aryl halide. How is that different from a benzylic halide? Why are S N 2 reactions of aryl halides impossible ? Why are S
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