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A recent article reported that benzylic bromination can be achieved photochemically using
bromotrichloromethane as the brominating agent (you used NBS in lab) as shown below. Draw the
mechanism of this reaction, labeling all sets as either "Initiation" or "Propagation". Also, show one
feasible termination step. Helpful BDE's are given. How many unique hydrogens (NMR) are present in
the product?
Br
Org. Biomol. Chem. 2019, 17, 1384
BrCCl3
hv
Мео
OMe
Мео
OMe
OMe
ОMe
BDE of C-Br bond ~230 kJ/mol
BDE of C-H in HCClg~ 401 kJ/mol
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Transcribed Image Text:A recent article reported that benzylic bromination can be achieved photochemically using bromotrichloromethane as the brominating agent (you used NBS in lab) as shown below. Draw the mechanism of this reaction, labeling all sets as either "Initiation" or "Propagation". Also, show one feasible termination step. Helpful BDE's are given. How many unique hydrogens (NMR) are present in the product? Br Org. Biomol. Chem. 2019, 17, 1384 BrCCl3 hv Мео OMe Мео OMe OMe ОMe BDE of C-Br bond ~230 kJ/mol BDE of C-H in HCClg~ 401 kJ/mol
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