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Answer not provided.19.Refer to Exhibit 11-5. Doubling the concentration of potassium hydroxide in these reactions:a.causes the reaction mechanism to changeb.halves the rate of reactionc.has no effect on the rate of reactiond.doubles the rate of reactionANS:d
Chapter 1120.Refer to Exhibit 11-5. The mechanism for these reactions is:21
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Exhibit 11-6Consider the reaction below to answer the following question(s).21.Refer to Exhibit 11-6. The substrate in the reaction is:
22.Refer to Exhibit 11-6. Compound B is the:
23.Refer to Exhibit 11-6. Compound C is the:a.SN2 productb.SN1 productc.E2 productd.E1 productANS:d
Reactions of Alkyl Halides: Nucleophilic Substitutions and Eliminations24.Refer to Exhibit 11-6. Write the complete reaction mechanism for the formation ofCompound C in this reaction.ANS:Exhibit 11-7To answer the following question(s) consider the data below:Reaction of bromomethane with sodium hydroxide in water forms methanol. If sodium iodide isadded to the reaction mixture, the rate of methanol formation is dramatically increased (i.e. sodiumiodide is a catalyst).25.Refer to Exhibit 11-7. The mechanism involved in the reaction of CH3Br and NaOH is:12
826.Refer to Exhibit 11-7. Write a reaction pathway that accounts for the effect of added NaI.ANS:27.Refer to Exhibit 11-7. Draw a reaction energy diagram showing the two different reactionpathways (i.e. catalyzed and uncatalyzed). Indicate structures for all energy minima in thediagram.
Chapter 11ANS:28.Refer to Exhibit 11-7. Explain why adding NaI increases the reaction rate.
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