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Problem 41

Write a general rule that can be used to predict the major product of a DielsAlder reaction between analkene with an electron-withdrawing substituent and a diene with a substituent that can donate electrons byresonance depending on the location of the substituent on the diene.

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Chemistry 107­001 (M,T,W,TH) Dr. Mentele Week 1: 1/22 – 1/26 1. Important Volume Conversion Factor a. 1cm^3 = 1mL b. 1dm^3 = 1L c. Volume = L x W x h 2. Density  Mass/volume = g/mL or g/cm^3 a. Brick vs. sponge i. Same volume which weighs more  the brick ii. Why 1. High density­ more particles tightly packed together 2. Low density­ less particles loosely packed together b. Density of a substance is a characteristic physical property & has specific value 3. Temperature Scales a. Celsius (k – 273.15) i. 0 = freezing ii. 100 = boiling b. Kelvin­ always posit

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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Author: Paula Yurkanis Bruice
ISBN: 9780134042282

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