Assignment_6_2011_A-B_epoxides_eliminations

Assignment_6_2011_A- - CHM 1321 Assignment 6 2011 In this assignment Mechanisms Acid/base Epoxide reactions Elimination reactions Remember how to

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CHM 1321 Assignment 6 – 2011 In this assignment: - Mechanisms - Acid/base - Epoxide reactions - Elimination reactions Remember how to calculate formal charge? F.C. = # of electrons in the neutral atom’s valence – # of bonds – # of lone electrons What does F.C. tell us? If there is a + or - charge on an atom ( δ + and δ - is determined by electronegativity differences) 1. Draw a mechanism to explain the formation of the following intermediates and products. Note that these are not reactions that you have seen (yet) or need to memorize (yet). Rather, you should analyze each reaction and show the reaction flow using a mechanism (curved arrows). a. b. c. d. e.
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Assignment #6 2 f. g. 2. Draw the following: a. A deprotonated carboxylic acid b. A protonated amine c. A protonated ketone d. A deprotonated alkyne e. The reaction that occurs when sodium methoxide dissolved in water (include a mechanism). f.
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2012 for the course SCIENCE CHM 1321 taught by Professor Ogilvie during the Spring '09 term at University of Ottawa.

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Assignment_6_2011_A- - CHM 1321 Assignment 6 2011 In this assignment Mechanisms Acid/base Epoxide reactions Elimination reactions Remember how to

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