What products would be obtained from the following hydrolysis reactions? O Cl C O C OCH3 b. O O C O OCH3 C d. O CH NHCH2CH3 3CH2 CH3CH2 C c. a. + H2O + H2O + H2O + H2O HCl HCl
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• orbitals are the area of space where an electron can be found • atomic orbitals are orbitals belonging to a single atom • molecular orbitals are orbitals belonging to a single molecule, electrons no longer localized on a single atom • overlap of like phase s orbitals (constructive)—>bonding molecular orbital (or σ orbital) • overlap of opposite phase s orbitals (deconstructive)—>antibonding molecular orbital (or σ* orbital) —if ﬁlled, the bond between nuclei weakens and eventually breaks canceled region of antibonding orbital forms node - region with no e- density • when 2 orbitals overlap both bonding and antibonding orbitals are formed bond order =
Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Author: Paula Yurkanis Bruice
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