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Chapter 8: Alkyl Halides and Elimination Reactions

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Organic Chemistry
Pages: 297 - 330

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68 Questions for Chapter 8: Alkyl Halides and Elimination Reactions

  1. Label the and carbons in each alkyl halide. Draw all possible elimination products formed when each alkyl halide is treated with .

    Found on Page 299
  2. Rank the alkyl halides in each group in order of increasing reactivity in an E2 reaction.

    Found on Page 307
  3. How does each of the following changes affect the rate of an E2 reaction?

    Found on Page 308
  4. What alkenes are formed from each alkyl halide by an E2 reaction? Use the Zaitsev rule to predict the major product.

    Found on Page 309
  5. Draw an E1 mechanism for the following reaction. Draw the structure of the transition state for each step.

    Found on Page 311
  6. What alkenes are formed from each alkyl halide by an E1 reaction? Use the Zaitsev rule to predict the major product.

    Found on Page 312
  7. How does each of the following changes affect the rate of an E1 reaction?

    Found on Page 312
  8. Draw both theand E1 products of each reaction.

    Found on Page 313
  9. Given that an E2 reaction proceeds with anti periplanar stereochemistry, draw the products of each elimination. The alkyl halides in (a) and (b) are diastereomers of each other. How are the products of these two reactions related? Recall from Section 3.2A that is a phenyl group, a benzene ring bonded to another group.

    Found on Page 314
  10. Draw the major E2 elimination products from each of the following alkyl halides.

    Found on Page 317

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