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Br ho h o cl nh2 purpose of the problem practice

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Unformatted text preview: proton to becoem more stable. E H2N NH2 E H2N E NH H H 2N N H The phosphorus compound has four atoms with lone pairs, the P and three O atoms. The lone pairs on oxygen are in lower energy orbitals than the one on phosphorus (P is lower down the periodic table and less electronegative than O), so it is the lone pair on P that reacts. The product is positvely charged but this time it can’t lose a proton. OMe MeO P MeO E OMe MeO E P OMe PROBLEM 3 Complete these mechanisms by drawing the structure of the product(s). Br HO H O Cl ? NH2 ? Purpose of the problem Practi...
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