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Lecture 14- end Ch.4 - Lecture 14 Acidity Trends...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 14 Acidity Trends Thermochemistry and Mechanisms Lewis Acids and bases End Ch. 4!! Begin Ch. 5: Alkenes : : : Announcements : : : Homework 3 up, due next Thursday Exam 1 : Please bring exams back by Friday Introduce PLUS Peers CH 310/318M Sp.2011 Predicting with no pK a Table Some trends in acidity: Delocalization of anion increases acidity - resonance V. Patman 2 CH 310/318M Sp.2011 Tues 3.09.11 V. Patman 2 CH 310/318M Sp.2011 CH 310/318M Sp.2011 Some trends in acidity: Delocalization of anion increases acidity -inductive effects Inductive effects are distant dependent Predicting with no pK a Table Tues 3.09.11 V. Patman 3 Tues 3.09.11 V. Patman 4 CH 310/318M Sp.2011 Predicting with no pK a Table Some trends in acidity: Greater number EWGs, greater the effect Some trends in acidity: Delocalization depends on orbital size Within a column of the Periodic Table, acidity is related to the size of the the atom bearing the negative charge. The larger the atom bearing the charge, the atom bearing the negative charge....
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2011 for the course CH 318M taught by Professor Bocknack during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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Lecture 14- end Ch.4 - Lecture 14 Acidity Trends...

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