Lecture 22-Rxns of alkynes

Lecture 22-Rxns of alkynes - CH310/318MSp.2011 Lecture22...

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Lecture 22 Roadmap Alkyne Structure and Nomenclature Preparation of Reactions of : : : Announcements : : : Exam 3 is Next Tuesday evening!! 7:00 – 9:00pm WEL 1.316 Covers material up through Thurs 4/14 Stay tuned for a review session. . . CH 310/318M – Sp.2011
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Last Time Finished Chapter 6 V. Patman 2 CH 310/318M – Sp.2011 Tues 4.12.11
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Nomenclature Internal vs. terminal alkynes Common names: Cyclic alkynes – add “cyclo” as the prefix. V. Patman 3 CH 310/318M – Sp.2011 Tues 4.12.11
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Properties of alkynes Non-polar, very similar to corresponding alkanes and alkenes. Acidity – weak acids Strong bases used to deprotonate – make  acetylide  salts V. Patman 4 CH 310/318M – Sp.2011 Tues 4.12.11
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Preparation of Alkynes From alkenes vicinal dihalides  via   dehydrohalogenation V. Patman 5 CH 310/318M – Sp.2011 Tues 4.12.11
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Preparation Terminal alkynes from alkenes V. Patman 6 CH 310/318M – Sp.2011 Tues 4.12.11
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