E a carbocation intermediate is involved in reaction

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e) _____ A carbocation intermediate is involved in reaction C . f) _____ The rate of reaction C should be greater than the rate of reaction D . g ) _____ The rate expression for reaction E is: rate = k [ CH 3 OH ][ C 6 H 13 Cl ]. h ) _____ Reaction E involves a two-step mechanism with the first step being the rate-limiting step, and is accompanied by some E1 reaction product. Cl Cl NaSH Cl NaOCH 3 NaOCH 3 A B C D Cl NaSH OCH 3 SH SH E Cl CH 3 OH OCH 3
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3) Draw a mechanism for the following reaction aqueous acidic conditions. Indicate the movement of electrons with curved arrows. (10 pts) 4) Starting from cyclohexene , draw a synthesis to 2-cyclohexylethanol. You do not need to draw a mechanism but you must draw all reagents and intermediate products for each synthetic step. (10 points) OH OH H 2 SO 4 O cyclohexene OH 2-cyclohexylethanol
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5) Draw the chemical structures in the boxes to complete this synthetic sequence (12 pts) 6) (a) One of the two reactions shown below ( A or B ) will form the structure in the center as the major product. Circle this reaction . (3 pts) (b) For the reaction that you didn’t circle above, draw the product that would be produced instead (3pts).
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