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9Msicrosoft_Word_-_LCU_Assign - NBS b Indicate which...

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Assignment 9 CHE-LCU No Due Date These are questions from your textbook, Organic Chemistry by Solomons, 10 th edition. The equivalent questions in the 9 th edition are also posted. You can find most questions in the middle of the respective chapter with exercises at the end of that chapter. 10 th edition textbook Chapter 14 Benzene Nomenclature/Aromaticity: 14.16, 14.18, 14.21 Chapter 15 Benzene Reactions: 15.8, 15.15, 15.18 9 th edition textbook Chapter 14 Benzene Nomenclature/Aromaticity: 14.17, 14.18, 14.21 Chapter 15 Benzene Reactions: 15.10, 15.17, 15.20 * This number must be photocopied/consulted from the 10 th edition textbook. The answers to these exercises can be found in the study guide. I will be glad to answer any inquiries about the assignment during my office hours or by MIO.
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Additional Problems 1) a) Show all possible location where a Br will be added if the following compound is reacted with
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Unformatted text preview: NBS : b) Indicate which position is the most favored and why? 2) Give all possible products to each of the following transformations. Specify the major product where relevant. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 3) Using a mechanism, fully explain why only the following product is formed in this Friedel’s Craft alkylation. 4) Compound A which has the molecular formula C 8 H 10 is reacted with bromine in the presence of the Lewis acid FeBr 3 and yielded only compound B. Compound A was also reacted with an excess amount of NBS to produce compound C, and it took 6 equivalents of NBS for this reaction to go to completion. Oxidative cleave of compound A with ozone produced two equivalents of compound D. Provide structures for A, B, C and D. 5) Synthesize the following compounds using any reagent. a) b) c) d) e) f)...
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