Unformatted text preview: ent. N HNO3
conc. H2SO4 O
N 0 °C N Cl2
25 °C NH2
N HCl + N 0 °C
NH2 I H II III IV Li Be V VI VII B C N O F Na Mg AI Si P S Cl K Ca Your Total Score Se Br
I out of 20 pts
4 CHEM 2620 – SP13
January 30th, 2013 Quiz 3
Your Name Your Section The carbon fluorine bond is the most polar single bond in Organic Chemistry and its properties are
responsible for the non stick effects of Teflon™. However, fluoride is has been established as a poor leaving
group in the SN2 mechanism of substitution, which is well understood to be greatly facilitated by nucleophile
strength, low steric hindrance, and a relative the E2 mechanism.
Two Mechanisms. Wha...
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