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Chapter7Summary - Acid-Catalyzed Dehydration of Alcohols...

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CHEM 3053 Fall 2011 L. D. Shirtcliff Chapter 7 Summary Alkenes For Exam 3 (Up to end of lecture on Mon. Oct. 24) Nomenclature - Cis and trans - E and Z Stability of Alkenes - Tetrasubstituted - Trisubstituted - Disubstituted - Monosubstituted - Unsubstituted Cycloalkenes - Cis and trans Dehydrohalogenation - How to favor an E2 mechanism (7.6A) - Zaitsev’s Rule - More substituted alkene with small base - Less substituted alkene with bulky base - Stereochemistry of E2 reactions - Anti coplanar and syncoplanar - Newman projections and stability For Exam 4
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Unformatted text preview: Acid-Catalyzed Dehydration of Alcohols - Acid concentration, temp. and type of alcohol - 1°, 2° and 3° - Mechanism of dehydration - Carbocation stability Carbocations Stability and Rearrangements - alkanide and hydride migration - formation of most stable carbocation Alkynes - Acidity of terminal alkynes - Alkynes via elimination reactions - Substitution reactions via alkynides - 1° - Elimination reactions via alkynides - 2° and 3° Hydrogenation - syn addition vs. anti addition - Lindlar catalyst - Dissolving metal reduction Retrosynthetic analysis...
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