Organic Notes- Week of Oct5
Organic Notes- Week of Oct5 CHEM350
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Date Created: 10/12/15
105 Carbocation Rearrangement Carbon skeletons remain constant throughout you should end up with a structural isomer of that molecule Hydride shift Alkyl shift Yields 7080 yield is considered a good yield 100 is rare Cyclic Bromonium Ion More stable than the open carbocation A two bonded halogen can be positive First step in its mechanism Water can react as the nucleophile Syn Addition Both groups adding to the same face 107 OxymercurationReduction Not responsible for mechanisms 0 Look over and be able to recognize AntiNon Markovnikov Syn addition the H and the OH are on the same face Electrons can be accepted from sigma bonds 0 Two will dimerize o 3 center 2e39 bonds borane BH bond breaks BC and HC bonds form 0 Alkyl borane o Boron is more electropositive than hydrogen So BORON goes to the less substituted carbon Hydroboration Oxidation 109 Redox Reactions 5 oxidation states of carbon CH4 and replacing a hydrogen with an electronegative atom 0 Such as OH 0 COH4 is on par with C02 most oxidized form of carbon and 2H20 Hydration and halogenation are not redox reactions Vicinaldiol or a glycol functional group has two OH on the same side of single bonded carbons o Hydroxy groups go in syn with each other 0 Oxidations by putting two oxygens where a pi bond was Three kinds of reactions 0 NucleophiIeElectrophile reactions 0 Radical Reactions 0 Pericyclic Something can act as both a nucleophile and an electrophile almost always involves making or breaking rings Filling out missing reactantreagentproduct problems WILL be on the exam
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