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Each of the following reactions has two nucleophiles that could add to the intermediate

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Problem 23

Each of the following reactions has two nucleophiles that could add to the intermediate fromed by the reaction of the alkene with an electrophile. What will be the major product of each reaction? a. CH3 Cl2 CH3OH CH2 CCH3 + c. CHCH3 HCl H2O CH3CH + b. CH CHCH3 2 NaI HBr 2 + + d. CH3OH CHCH3 Br CH3CH + 2

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Lecture #4 Thursday, September 1, 2016 2:20 PM Chemical Equations (3.1) Hydrogen gas and oxygen gas react to produce steam: 2H 2g) + O 2g) 2H 2 Reactants Products There are two types of numbers • Subscripts (substance) - ratio of atoms in a moleculein a formula ○ Water: two hydrogen atoms, one oxygen atom • Stoichiometriccoefficient (equation) - ratio between...

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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Author: Paula Yurkanis Bruice
ISBN: 9780321803221

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