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Organic Chemistry

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John E. McMurry
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305080485

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John E. McMurry
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ISBN: 9781305080485
Chapter 11.7, Problem 16P
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What alkyl halides might the following alkenes have been made from?

Chapter 11.7, Problem 16P, What alkyl halides might the following alkenes have been made from?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The following alkenes formed from the respective halides have to be interpreted.

a)

Organic Chemistry, Chapter 11.7, Problem 16P , additional homework tip  1

b)

Organic Chemistry, Chapter 11.7, Problem 16P , additional homework tip  2

Concept introduction:

Elimination reactions usually results in the formation of mixture of alkenes as products. The predominant alkene product is determined with the help of Zaitsev’s rule. According to Zaitsev rule the base elimination reactions results in the alkene with more alkyl substituted carbon double bond.

Explanation of Solution

When heated with strong bases, alkyl halides undergoes elimination reaction to yield alkene.

As per Zaitsev s rule its results in the formation of more substituited alkene.

Hence in the

a)

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