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Get Full Access to Organic Chemistry - 7 Edition - Chapter 22 - Problem 22.35
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# Show reagents and conditions to bring about the following conversions

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Show reagents and conditions to bring about the following conversions.

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( Valence electrons are the electrons in the outer orbit) Chemistry chapter 5 G.N. Lewis and Bonding  Lewis theory fundamental ideas: o Valence electrons are the most important in chemical bonding o Two bond type:  Ionic : valence electrons are transferred  Covalent : valence electrons are shared o Bond formation results in formation of full outer Bohr orbits. Because this stable configuration typically involves eight electrons, this is commonly known as the OCTET rule o Noble gasses are already stable Lewis Structure  Element symbol surrounded by a number of dots equal to the number of valence electrons  Ignore the inner or core electrons  The order in which electrons (dots) are drawn and their exact location are not critical Octet and Duet  Elements without an octet tend to react with other elements to form an octet, except hydrogen which reacts to form a duet  Chemical bonding brings together elements in the correct ratios so that all of the atoms involved form an octet Ionic Lewis Structures  Since ionic bonding involves the transfer of electrons from a metal to a nonmetal, the Lewis structure for an ionic compound involves moving dots. The metal becomes a cation and the nonmetal becomes an anion Ionic Lewis Structures  The metal and the nonmetal each acquire a charge in the formation of an ionic bond  We indicate the magnitude of the charges in the upper right corner of

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