SFESANTA FE COLLEGE
Department of Natural Sciences
Course: Organic Chemistry 2211
Date: May 26, 2016
Time: 9:30 am.
Exam Duration: 100 minutes
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The following is a list of reagents encountered in this chapter:
1) Brz. PBr:
1) NaOH. Br2
Type of Reaction
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Name of Reaction
Brz, AlBrg or FeBr:
Installation of a bromine atom on
an aromatic ring.
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Review of Concepts
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Chapter 13. Each of the sentences belo*, appears verbatim in the section e*tillod Review of Concepts and
The following is a list of commonly encountered reagents for reactions involving ethers, epoxides, thiols,
An alkyl halide. Used for the alkylation of alcohols or thiols. First, the
The following is a list of reagents that r,vere ner.v in this chapter:
A r ery stroug base, used to deprotonate an alcohol to give an alkoxide ion.
Witrl react rvith an alcohol to liberate llvdrogen
Acids and Bases
Review of Concepts
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the end of Chapter 3. Each of the sentences below appears verbatim in the section
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