An alkoxymercurial intermediate is formed when mercuric acetate is added to an alkene in an alcohol solution.
There is an ether.
One of the carbon atoms at either end of a double bond.
Carbenes can be formed using alpha eliminations.
An anion at the end of the growing chain is involved in the process of forming an addition.
Such a process requires the use of a catalyst.
This is the most common type of elimination.
A neutral carbon atom has only two bonds and two nonbonding electrons.
A cation at the end of the growing chain is involved in the process of forming an addition.
A rapid addition of one monomer at a time to a growing chain results in a reactive intermediate at the growing end of the chain.
Alkenes and dienes are added to most chain-growth polymers.
The products of oxy mercuration and alkoxymercuration can be dried using sodium hydride.
A peroxyacid can be used for alkene.
A free radical at the end of the growing chain is involved in the process of forming an addition.
The catalyst is separate from the reactants.
A Platinum hydrogenation catalyst is a separate phase from the liquid alkene.
The reactants and catalyst are in the same phase.
The acid catalyst in hydration is in the liquid phase.
An alcohol is formed by the hydration of an alkene.
A common reagent ischloroperoxybenzoic acid.
Thechlorobenzoic acid by-product is out of solution.
One of the small molecule that bonds together.
Carbon-carbon double bonds can be cleaved either by ozonolysis/reduction or by warm, concentrated permanganate.
Ozone is used to cleave a double bond.
The peroxide effect is caused by a free-radical mechanism.
RCO3H is the general formula.
There is a reaction of molecule to molecule.
The regiochemistry of the addition involves which part of the reagent adds to which end of an unsymmetrical alkene.
A reaction in which one direction of bond making or bond breaking occurs preferentially over all other directions.
The addition of HCl is predicted by the rule.
Anti-Markovnikov orientation is given by hydroboration-oxidation.
A method of working backwards to solve problems.
The zinc- copper couple and diiodomethane were used to create the carbenoid reagent.
The starting material is converted into different stereoisomers of the product.
Each skill is followed by problem numbers.
The extended version of Markovnikov's rule can be used to predict regiochemistry.
Predict the products of halogenations, oxidations, reductions, and cleavages of alkenes, Problems 8-46, 47, 48, 54, 55, 61, including the orientation (regiochemistry) and the stereochemistry of the reaction.
Predict the stereochemistry of alkenes.
Propose logical mechanisms to explain the observed products of alkene reactions.
Retrosynthetic analysis can be used to solve multistep problems with alkenes.
The structure of an unknown alkene can be determined using clues provided by the products of reactions.
Draw the structure of the resulting product.
Students studying the reaction-intensive chapters ask if they should "memorize" all the reactions.
The reactions to organic chemistry are like speaking a foreign language.
Students learn reactions when they make flash cards.
The mechanisms, regiochemistry, and stereochemistry are part of organic chemistry.
The sentences of organic chemistry are problems and multistep synthesis.
In order to solve these problems, you must combine all aspects of your vocabulary.