Assignment_6_2011_Answers - CHM 1321 Assignment 6 2011 -...

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CHM 1321 Assignment 6 – 2011 - ANSWERS In this assignment: - Epoxide reactions - Elimination reactions 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.
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Assignment #6 - ANSWERS 2 d. e. f. g.
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Assignment #6 - ANSWERS 3 2. Draw the following: a. A deprotonated carboxylic acid O O b. A protonated amine N H c. A protonated ketone O H d. A deprotonated alkyne C e. The reaction that occurs when sodium methoxide dissolved in water (include a mechanism). f. The reaction that occurs when lithium amide (LiNH 2 ) dissolves in methanol.
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Assignment #6 - ANSWERS 4 g. The reaction that occurs when hydrochloric acid is dissolved in water h. The reaction that occurs when sulfuric acid is dissolved in ethylamine 3. Give the major organic product for each of the following reactions. Give a mechanism for parts a and b.
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Assignment #6 - ANSWERS 5
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Assignment #6 - ANSWERS 6 4. Analyze the products from question 1. a.
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