Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry I CHM 2210
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Date Created: 09/23/15
strongest acids conjugate acid conjugate base gt H804quot sulfuric acid H2304 hydroiodic acid HI hydrobromic acid HBr H x 4 protonated 39039 i 390 39 ketone A hydrochloric acid H91 91 protonated O gt 39O39 ether 39 39 H H carbocations A2 gt M protonated V H gt H alcohol Cl A9 H 390 H hydronium ion H H H pKa Chart 36 17 weakest bases conjuoate acid nitric acid HNOa tosic acid TsOH hydro uoric acid HF hydrogen nitride HNa 0 carboxylic acids A H O protonated I pyridine NH carbonic acid HZCOG hydrogen sul de H28 gt N03 conjugate base gt TsO39 39039 0 gt HOG bicarbonate 32 47 48 52 637 conjugate acid 13diketones hydrogen cyanide ammonium ions phenols bicarbonate thiols protonated amines cyclopentadiene amides I Z I conjugate base 02 02 9 Tc EN 91 cyanide H NH 94 H 23 o 10 C052 10 25 39S39 10 5 H I Hsc N2 10 6 H H 15 aromatic o 15 NH spine 153311201 water primary alcohols tertiary alcohols ketones esters alkynes hydrogen ammonia amines alkanes conjugate acid conjugate base H gt 6 H 157 hydroxide gt 16 alkoxides gt 03 18 butoxide 0 gt 18 21 enolates 6 l H 25 O ester enolates gt 050 26 acetylide anions 1 hydn39de 35 one way only N gt R I H 36 amide bases A N60 one way only MgBr saseq 1sa u011s Grignards organolithium reagents
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