Chapter 18 October 5

Chapter 18 October 5 - ImportantPropertiesandApplications:

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1 Important Properties and Applications: They solvate metal cations very well. The center is highly electronegative (e ­ rich) Allow for the solvation of ionic salts in nonpolar solvents (aprotic conditions)
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2 Thiols and Sulfides Thiol Nomenclature: Sulfur Analogs of Alcohols Examples: Named using the same system as alcohols The suffix "­thiol" is used in place of "­ol" The ­SH group is refered to as a "mercapto" group
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3 Sulfide Nomenclature: Sulfur Analogs of Ethers Examples: Same rules as ethers "Sulfide" used in place of "ether" Alkoxy group becomes an alkylthio group
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4 Thiols: Preparation Prep from Alkyl Halides: Prep from Thiourea: Can lead to symmetrical sulfide formation Must use an over abundance of the nucleophile in order to prevent this from occuring
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