02-21 - A B Why does chlorobenzene react slower than...

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2/21/2011 1 Why does B react faster than A? A B What is the reaction mechanism? What is the reaction mechanism? A B energy reaction A B What is the major product of the following reaction? A B C What is the major product of the following reaction? major product What is the major product of the following reaction? A B C Why is the major product 4-bromopropylbenzene? 31% 69% A. Steric Effects B. Electronic Effects
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2/21/2011 2 Which of the following compounds reacts the fastest? A B What are the important factors? inductive effects resonance effects Which of the following compounds reacts the fastest?
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Unformatted text preview: A B Why does chlorobenzene react slower than phenol? A B Why does chlorobenzene react than phenol? A B C Choose the most reactive compound in the following reactions. D Choose the least reactive compound in the following reactions. C A B D Which compound(s) is (are) more reactive than benzene. c a b A = a B = b C = c D = a and b E = a and c F = b and c d 2/21/2011 3 Which compound(s) give(s) ortho/para products. a b A = a B = b C = c D = a and b E = a and c F = b and c c Which compound(s) give(s) products. Choose the least reactive compound in the following reactions. A B...
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