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John E. McMurry
Publisher: Cengage Learning
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John E. McMurry
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305080485
Chapter 10.SE, Problem 18MP
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Draw the electron-pushing mechanism for the propagation steps of the allylic bromination reactions below. You may omit NBS in your mechanism, and use Br and Br2.

Chapter 10.SE, Problem 18MP, Draw the electron-pushing mechanism for the propagation steps of the allylic bromination reactions

Interpretation Introduction

a)

Organic Chemistry, Chapter 10.SE, Problem 18MP , additional homework tip  1

Interpretation:

The electron pushing mechanism for the propagation steps of the allylic bromination shown is to be drawn using Br. and Br2 instead of NBS.

Concept introduction:

The allylic bromination using NBS takes place through a free radical mechanism. In the propagation step the bromine radical from NBS abstracts a Hydrogen atom of the C-H bond in the allyl carbon to give H-Br and generate a new radical. The radical produced then reacts with another NBS molecule to yield the product. These processes take place in repetition continuously.

To draw:

The electron pushing mechanism for the propagation steps of the allylic bromination reaction shown using Br. and Br2 instead of NBS.

Explanation of Solution

In the propagation step the bromine radical from NBS abstracts a hydrogen atom of the C-H bond on the allyl carbon to give H-Br and generate a cyclohexenyl radical...

Interpretation Introduction

b)

Organic Chemistry, Chapter 10.SE, Problem 18MP , additional homework tip  2

Interpretation:

The electron pushing mechanism for the propagation steps of the allylic bromination shown is to be drawn using Br. and Br2 instead of NBS.

Concept introduction:

The allylic bromination using NBS takes place through a free radical mechanism. In the propagation step the bromine radical from NBS abstracts a hydrogen atom of the C-H bond in the allyl carbon to give H-Br and generate a new radical. The radical produced then reacts with another NBS molecule to yield the product. These processes take place in repetition continuously.

To draw:

The electron pushing mechanism for the propagation steps of the allylic bromination reaction shown using Br. and Br2 instead of NBS.

Interpretation Introduction

c)

Organic Chemistry, Chapter 10.SE, Problem 18MP , additional homework tip  3

Interpretation:

The electron pushing mechanism for the propagation steps of the allylic bromination shown is to be drawn using Br. and Br2 instead of NBS.

Concept introduction:

The allylic bromination using NBS takes place through a free radical mechanism. In the propagation step the bromine radical from NBS abstracts a hydrogen atom of the C-H bond in the allyl carbon to give H-Br and generate a new radical. The radical produced then reacts with another NBS molecule to yield the product. These processes take place in repetition continuously.

To draw:

The electron pushing mechanism for the propagation steps of the allylic bromination reaction shown using Br. and Br2 instead of NBS.

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