Ch_8_rxn_summary

Ch_8_rxn_summary - CHEM 3053 - Chapter 8 Reaction Summary...

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CHEM 3053 - Chapter 8 Reaction Summary Alkenes Alkene can be any alkene (tetra, tri, di, or mono substituted) Addition of H-X to Alkenes Mechanism has two steps Goes through carbocation intermediate Carbocation rearrangements are possible Follows Markovnikov’s Rule Planar carbocation intermediate - Syn and Anti Addition occur Racemic mixture Hydration and Related reactions Mechanism has three steps Goes through carbocation intermediate Carbocation rearrangements are possible Follows Markovnikov’s Rule Planar carbocation intermediate - Syn and Anti Addition occur Racemic mixture Hydroboration-oxidation (Addition of H 2 O) Hydroboration has one-step mechanism No rearrangements possible OH goes to les substituted C (anti-Markovnikov) Formally syn addition of H 2 O Halogenation of Alkenes (Addition of X 2 , X = Br or Cl) Mechanism has two steps Bridged halonium ions are formed as intermediates No rearrangements occur
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