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Carboxylic acids & derivatives part 4 Important dates Oct. 31 th Aldehydes and ketones (Chapter 17) Reading quiz Nov. 2 nd ACE Carboxylic acids & derivatives Announcements Resource Centre open 10-3 M-F in Chem D125 Pick up exams and quizzes outside my door (D220) ANYTIME Today’s Agenda Upcoming office hours: Monday 2-3, Tuesday 11:30-1 Question Which of the following are consequences of protonating this carbonyl oxygen? The structures becomes: A. More basic and a better nucleophile B. More basic and a worse nucleophile C.More acidic and a better electrophile D.More acidic and a worse electrophile RCO 2 H and RCO 2 R interconversion Mechanism of esterification in acid: Section 16.11 RCO 2 H and RCO 2 R interconversion Mechanism of ester hydrolysis in acid: Section 16.11
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RCO 2 H and RCO 2 R interconversion Mechanism of ester hydrolysis in base: Discussion question The following reaction does not product the ester shown. Why not?
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