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4 Alkene Reactions • Note that we will be discussing the reactions of ALKENES, remember that another functional group that involves C=C double bonds is the aromatic group. • Aromatic systems have alternating single and double bonds and will be discussed in detail later. • The p-bonds in aromatic systems are considerably less reactive than those in alkenes, aromatic systems do not undergo. Addition of Hydrogen Bromide • A molecule of HBr adds to the C=C double bond of an alkene • Give a bromoalkane • When butene reacts with HBr 2-bromobutane is formed as the only product • When propene reacts with HBr the major product is 2-bromopropane the minor product is 1-bromopropane Reaction Mechanism: Electrophilic Addition Reactions of Hydrogen Bromide to Alkenes • Step 1. Electrophilic addition reactions are an important class of reactions that allow the • The electrophile adds first to the alkene, dictating the regioselectivity. • If the reaction proceeds via a planar carbocation, the reaction is not stereoselective • If the two new σ bonds form at the same time from the same species, then syn addition is observed • If the two new σ bonds form at File Size: KB.

You would still have the same product. This restriction may be circumvented by the use of a catalyst. What type of reaction is a hydrolysis reaction? They can either present their findings as a discussion to the class, or in a short 1-page report format. An exchange of elements in the reactants must take place. A substitution reaction occurs when an exchange of elements in the reactants takes place.View Reactions_Mechanism_Oxidation_diyqcneh.com from CHEMISTRY 3U at Humber College. Addition Reactions to Alkenes Addition of Hydrogen Halides to Alkenes. General Reaction R2C=CR2 +. Hydroboration Reactions: Anti-Markovnikov Addition Used when an alkene should be converted into an alcohol via anti-Markovnikov’s rule: Brown (Purdue University): diborane B 2 H 6 adds to alkenes with ani-Markovnikov’s orientation. Diborane: compounds with three-centered bonds H B H H H H H Dib orane H B H H Brane Mechanism: O H B H H H H H + O 2 2 B H H O 2 H 3 B 3*TFcomplex + O B H H H H File Size: 1MB. Chapter 7: Alkenes: Reactions and Synthesis CC CC HOH CC HH CC XOH CC XX alcohol alkane halohydrin 1,2-dihalide CC HX halide alkene CC HOOH 1,2-diol CC halide C CO carbonyl CC alkene +XY CC XY Elimination Addition Electrophilic Addition Dehydrohalogenation: loss of HX from an alkyl halide to form an alkene + HBr H Br H H H H ether Br H H H +O KOH EtOH (ethanol) H H KBrH2. 2 Hydration: addition. 4 Alkene Reactions • Note that we will be discussing the reactions of ALKENES, remember that another functional group that involves C=C double bonds is the aromatic group. • Aromatic systems have alternating single and double bonds and will be discussed in detail later. • The p-bonds in aromatic systems are considerably less reactive than those in alkenes, aromatic systems do not undergo. These reactions will be used to establish some important principles of chemical reactivity that are very useful in organic chemistry. We’ll study other alkene reac- tions in Chapter 5. The most characteristic type of alkene reaction is addition at the carbon–carbon double bond. The addition reaction can be represented generally as follows: In an addition reaction, the carbon–carbon p. Addition reactions occur with unsaturated compounds. The general equation for an addition reaction: $$\text{A}+\text{B}$$ $$\to$$ $$\text{C}$$ Notice that C is the final product with no A or B remaining as a residue. An elimination reaction occurs when a reactant is broken up into two products. Elimination reactions occur with saturated compounds. Addition of Halogens: Halogenation of Alkenes. As halogen molecule, for example Br 2, approaches a double bond of the alkene, electrons in the double bond repel electrons in bromine molecule causing polarization of the halogen bond. This creates a dipolar moment in the halogen molecule bond. Heterolytic bond cleavage occurs and one of the halogens obtains positive charge and reacts as an. CHAPTER SIX Reactions of Alkenes: Addition Reactions The bonds in the product are stronger than the bonds in the reactants; two COH bonds of an alkane are formed at the expense of the HOH bond and the component of the alkene’s double bond. The reaction is exothermic and is characterized by a negative sign for H. Hydroboration Reactions: Anti-Markovnikov Addition Used when an alkene should be converted into an alcohol via anti-Markovnikov’s rule: Brown (Purdue University): diborane B 2 H 6 adds to alkenes with ani-Markovnikov’s orientation. Diborane: compounds with three-centered bonds H B H H H H H Dib orane H B H H Brane Mechanism: O H B H H H H H + O 2 2 B H H O 2 H 3 B 3*TFcomplex + O B H H H H. alkene as the other groups on Cα and Cβ move into the alkene plane. Similarly, the staggered conformation of (2R,3R) or of (2S,3S)-2,3-dibromobutane (Figure ), specifically gives the (Z)-alkene by the anti-periplanar E2 elimination of a β-H and Br shown here. Figure E1 Elimination. Alkene formation in E1 reactions is not.
Tags: Cis windows 2003 pdf, Bioquimica de pamela champs pdf, 4 Alkene Reactions • Note that we will be discussing the reactions of ALKENES, remember that another functional group that involves C=C double bonds is the aromatic group. • Aromatic systems have alternating single and double bonds and will be discussed in detail later. • The p-bonds in aromatic systems are considerably less reactive than those in alkenes, aromatic systems do not undergo. CHAPTER SIX Reactions of Alkenes: Addition Reactions The bonds in the product are stronger than the bonds in the reactants; two COH bonds of an alkane are formed at the expense of the HOH bond and the component of the alkene’s double bond. The reaction is exothermic and is characterized by a negative sign for H. Hydroboration Reactions: Anti-Markovnikov Addition Used when an alkene should be converted into an alcohol via anti-Markovnikov’s rule: Brown (Purdue University): diborane B 2 H 6 adds to alkenes with ani-Markovnikov’s orientation. Diborane: compounds with three-centered bonds H B H H H H H Dib orane H B H H Brane Mechanism: O H B H H H H H + O 2 2 B H H O 2 H 3 B 3*TFcomplex + O B H H H H. alkene as the other groups on Cα and Cβ move into the alkene plane. Similarly, the staggered conformation of (2R,3R) or of (2S,3S)-2,3-dibromobutane (Figure ), specifically gives the (Z)-alkene by the anti-periplanar E2 elimination of a β-H and Br shown here. Figure E1 Elimination. Alkene formation in E1 reactions is not. Chapter 7: Alkenes: Reactions and Synthesis CC CC HOH CC HH CC XOH CC XX alcohol alkane halohydrin 1,2-dihalide CC HX halide alkene CC HOOH 1,2-diol CC halide C CO carbonyl CC alkene +XY CC XY Elimination Addition Electrophilic Addition Dehydrohalogenation: loss of HX from an alkyl halide to form an alkene + HBr H Br H H H H ether Br H H H +O KOH EtOH (ethanol) H H KBrH2. 2 Hydration: addition.Addition reactions occur with unsaturated compounds. The general equation for an addition reaction: $$\text{A}+\text{B}$$ $$\to$$ $$\text{C}$$ Notice that C is the final product with no A or B remaining as a residue. An elimination reaction occurs when a reactant is broken up into two products. Elimination reactions occur with saturated compounds. Addition of Hydrogen Bromide • A molecule of HBr adds to the C=C double bond of an alkene • Give a bromoalkane • When butene reacts with HBr 2-bromobutane is formed as the only product • When propene reacts with HBr the major product is 2-bromopropane the minor product is 1-bromopropane Reaction Mechanism: Electrophilic Addition Reactions of Hydrogen Bromide to Alkenes • Step 1. Addition of Halogens: Halogenation of Alkenes. As halogen molecule, for example Br 2, approaches a double bond of the alkene, electrons in the double bond repel electrons in bromine molecule causing polarization of the halogen bond. This creates a dipolar moment in the halogen molecule bond. Heterolytic bond cleavage occurs and one of the halogens obtains positive charge and reacts as an. Chapter 7: Alkenes: Reactions and Synthesis CC CC HOH CC HH CC XOH CC XX alcohol alkane halohydrin 1,2-dihalide CC HX halide alkene CC HOOH 1,2-diol CC halide C CO carbonyl CC alkene +XY CC XY Elimination Addition Electrophilic Addition Dehydrohalogenation: loss of HX from an alkyl halide to form an alkene + HBr H Br H H H H ether Br H H H +O KOH EtOH (ethanol) H H KBrH2. 2 Hydration: addition. Electrophilic addition reactions are an important class of reactions that allow the • The electrophile adds first to the alkene, dictating the regioselectivity. • If the reaction proceeds via a planar carbocation, the reaction is not stereoselective • If the two new σ bonds form at the same time from the same species, then syn addition is observed • If the two new σ bonds form at File Size: KB. (More generally: In an electrophilic addition to an alkene, the electrophile adds in such a way that it generates the most stable intermediate). Reactions that give such products are said to have Markovnikov orientation, and are Markovnikov products. The electrophilic addition of HBr is said to be regiospecific, since it only gives one orientation of addition. (HCl and HI perform analogous File Size: 2MB. 4 Alkene Reactions • Note that we will be discussing the reactions of ALKENES, remember that another functional group that involves C=C double bonds is the aromatic group. • Aromatic systems have alternating single and double bonds and will be discussed in detail later. • The p-bonds in aromatic systems are considerably less reactive than those in alkenes, aromatic systems do not undergo. Chapter 7: Alkenes: Reactions and Synthesis CC CC HOH CC HH CC XOH CC XX alcohol alkane halohydrin 1,2-dihalide CC HX halide alkene CC HOOH 1,2-diol CC halide C CO carbonyl CC alkene +XY CC XY Elimination Addition Electrophilic Addition Dehydrohalogenation: loss of HX from an alkyl halide to form an alkene + HBr H Br H H H H ether Br H H H +O KOH EtOH (ethanol) H H KBrH2. 2 Hydration: addition. Hydroboration Reactions: Anti-Markovnikov Addition Used when an alkene should be converted into an alcohol via anti-Markovnikov’s rule: Brown (Purdue University): diborane B 2 H 6 adds to alkenes with ani-Markovnikov’s orientation. Diborane: compounds with three-centered bonds H B H H H H H Dib orane H B H H Brane Mechanism: O H B H H H H H + O 2 2 B H H O 2 H 3 B 3*TFcomplex + O B H H H H. Additions to Alkenes Chapter 8 Alkenes and Alkynes II: Generally the reaction is exothermic because one π and one σ Addition Reactions bond are converted to two σ bonds Alkenes are electron rich t The carbocation produced is an electrophile l It can react with a nucleophile such as a halide The π electrons of the double bond are loosely held and are a source of electron density Alkenes are.