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Chapter 6: Understanding Organic Reactions

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Organic Chemistry
Pages: 213 - 246

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58 Questions for Chapter 6: Understanding Organic Reactions

  1. Classify each transformation as substitutio

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  2. Given each of the following values, is the starting material or product favored at equilibrium?

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  4. Question: Considering each of the following values and neglecting entropy, tell whether the starting material or product is favored at equilibrium:

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  5. For a reaction with , decide which of the following statements is (are) true. Correct any false statement to make it true. (a) The reaction is exothermic; (b) for the reaction is positive; (c) is greater than 1; (d) the bonds in the starting materials are stronger than the bonds in the product; and (e) the product is favored at equilibrium.

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  6. Answer Problem 6.14 for a reaction with .

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  7. Question: Draw an energy diagram for a reaction in which the products are higher in energy than the starting materials and is large. Clearly label all of the following on the diagram: the axes, the starting materials, the products, the transition state, ,and .

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  8. Draw the structure for the transition state in each reaction.

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  9. Compound A can be converted to either B or C. The energy diagrams for both processes are drawn on the graph below.

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  10. Consider the following energy diagram

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