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A small amount of another organic product is formed in a Williamson ether synthesis

Organic Chemistry | 7th Edition | ISBN: 9780321803221 | Authors: Paula Yurkanis Bruice ISBN: 9780321803221 462

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Problem 27

A small amount of another organic product is formed in a Williamson ether synthesis. What is this product when the alkyl halide used in the synthesis of butyl propyl ether is a. propyl bromide? b. butyl bromide?

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3/3/16 Practice 14.8 K = 3.32 x 10^­10 s^­1 at 25 degrees C. Find the rate constant at 40 degrees C. The Ea = 116 KJ/mol In(K2/K1) = Ea/R [T2 — T1/ T2 * T1] 116 KJ/mol —> 11600 J/mol *rate constant goes up by a factor of two then the rate foes up by two as well Practice 14.9 NO3 = intermediate E.S. #1 NO2 + NO2 —> NO + NO3 E.S. #2 NO3 + CO —> NO2 + CO2 rate = K[NO2]^2 *what is the rate determining step _________________________________ NO2 + CO —> NO + CO2 rate = K[NO2]^2 (1st) rate = K[NO3][CO]^2 (2nd) rate = K[NO3]^2 CO2 + H2O catalytic converter/generally a solid Chapter 15: Equalibrium Table 15.1 Initial conce

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Edition: 7
Author: Paula Yurkanis Bruice
ISBN: 9780321803221

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