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Organic Chemistry Week 5 Notes

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Organic Chemistry Week 5 Notes 2510

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Date Created: 03/14/16
Chapter 2 Structure and Reactivity WWW Rotation interconverts the conformations of ethane There is free rotation about all single bonds at room temperature 0 Staggered conformation when the molecule is viewed along the C C axis each hydrogen atom on the rst carbon is seen to be positioned netweeen two hydrogens on the second 0 Eclipsed conformation when the molecule is viewed along the C C axis all hydrogen atoms on the rst carbon are directly opposite those on the second 0 Skew conformations any conformation between staggered and eclipsed Conformers the different forms of a molecule crested by the rotation of bonds Conformational analysis the study of the thermodynamic and kinetic behavior of conformers Newman projections depict the conformations of ethane o Newman projection an alternative illustration to hashedwedged line structures made by turning the molecule out of the plane of the page and viewing it along the C C axis Conformers of ethane have different potential energies o Torsional strain the change in energy resulting from bond rotation from the staggered to the eclipsed conformation The molecule has its highest energy content at the point of eclipsing o Torsional angle degrees of rotation W Steric hindrance raises the energy barrier to rotation o Steric hindrance the unfavorable interference between the methyl substituent and the eclipsing hydrogen in the transition state 0 There can be more than one staggered and one eclipsed conformation 0 Anti when two of the same group are 180 apart on the Newman projection o Gauche when two groups are 60 apart on the Newman projection


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