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Chapter 15: Radical Reactions

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Organic Chemistry
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79 Questions for Chapter 15: Radical Reactions

  1. Devise a synthesis of 1-methylcyclohexene oxide from methylcyclohexane. You may use any other required organic or inorganic reagents

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  2. Question: Classify each radical as Primary , secondary or tertiary carbon radicals .

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  3. Question: Reaction of (CH3 )3 CH with Cl2 forms two products: (CH3 )2 CHCH2Cl (63%) and (CH3)3 CCl (37%). Why is the major product formed by cleavage of the stronger 1° C-H bond?

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  4. Question: Synthesize each compound from (CH3

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  5. Question: Show all steps and reagents needed to convert cyclohexane into each compound: (a) the two enantiomers of trans-1,2-dibromocyclohexane; and (b) 1,2-epoxycyclohexane.

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  6. Question: What products are formed from monochlorination of (R)-2-bromobutane at C1 and C4? Assign R and S designations to each stereogenic center.

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  7. Question: Draw the monochlorination products formed when each compound is heated with Cl2. Include the stereochemistry at any stereogenic center.

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  8. Question: Nitric oxide, NO•, is another radical also thought to cause ozone destruction by a similar mechanism. One source of NO• in the stratosphere is supersonic aircraft whose jet engines convert small amounts of N2 and O2 to NO•. Write the propagation steps for the reaction of O3 with NO•

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  9. Question: Draw a second resonance structure for each radical. Then draw the hybrid.

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  10. Question: Draw the products of each reaction.

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