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In light of the ion-pair hypothesis, how would you expect the stereochemical outcome of

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Problem 9.29

In light of the ion-pair hypothesis, how would you expect the stereochemical outcome of an SN1 reaction (percent racemization and inversion) to differ from the result discussed in this section for an alkyl halide that gives a carbocation intermediate which is considerably (a) more stable or (b) less stable than the one involved in Eq. 9.61?

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Week 12, Chem 143, Prof. Cracolice Chapter 67: How is Energy Spread out Within Molecules 4/11/16 67.1 How is Energy Spread out Within Molecules  Translational energy­ molecule moving from location to another within its container, energy of random motion  Rotational energy­ energy from tumbling or rotating  Vibrational energy­ diatomic molecule stores energy by vibrations within the bond, similar to a spring stretching and contracting between 2 nuclei  Electronic energy­ attraction among the electrons and the nuclei and the repulsions among the electrons of the molecule  All four times of energy are quantized­ set levels of energy for that molecule  Translational­ very small gaps between levels, rotational­ slight

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Edition: 6
Author: Marc Loudon, Jim Parise
ISBN: 9781936221349

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