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John E. McMurry
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ISBN: 9781305080485
Chapter 22.SE, Problem 37AP
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Identify all the acidic hydrogens (pKa < 25) in the following molecules:

Chapter 22.SE, Problem 37AP, Identify all the acidic hydrogens (pKa  25) in the following molecules:

Interpretation Introduction

a)

Organic Chemistry, Chapter 22.SE, Problem 37AP , additional homework tip  1

Interpretation:

All the acidic hydrogens (pKa < 25) in the compound shown are to be identified.

Concept introduction:

Hydrogens attached to carbons adjacent to electron withdrawing groups like carbonyl, nitrile etc. will be acidic as the carbanion produced can be stabilized by resonance.

Explanation of Solution

The hydrogens shown by asterisk are attached to carbons α- to the carbonyl group. Hence are acidic...

Interpretation Introduction

b)

Organic Chemistry, Chapter 22.SE, Problem 37AP , additional homework tip  2

Interpretation:

All the acidic hydrogens (pKa < 25) in the compound shown are to be identified.

Concept introduction:

Hydrogens attached to carbons adjacent to electron withdrawing groups like carbonyl, nitrile etc. will be acidic as the carbanion produced can be stabilized by resonance.

Interpretation Introduction

c)

Organic Chemistry, Chapter 22.SE, Problem 37AP , additional homework tip  3

Interpretation:

All the acidic hydrogens (pKa < 25) in the compound shown are to be identified.

Concept introduction:

Hydrogens attached to carbons adjacent to electron withdrawing groups like carbonyl, nitrile etc. will be acidic as the carbanion produced can be stabilized by resonance.

Interpretation Introduction

d)

Organic Chemistry, Chapter 22.SE, Problem 37AP , additional homework tip  4

Interpretation:

All the acidic hydrogens (pKa < 25) in the compound shown are to be identified.

Concept introduction:

Hydrogens attached to carbons adjacent to electron withdrawing groups like carbonyl, nitrile etc. will be acidic as the carbanion produced can be stabilized by resonance.

Interpretation Introduction

e)

Organic Chemistry, Chapter 22.SE, Problem 37AP , additional homework tip  5

Interpretation:

All the acidic hydrogens (pKa < 25) in the compound shown are to be identified.

Concept introduction:

Hydrogens attached to carbons adjacent to electron withdrawing groups like carbonyl, nitrile etc. will be acidic as the carbanion produced can be stabilized by resonance.

Interpretation Introduction

f)

Organic Chemistry, Chapter 22.SE, Problem 37AP , additional homework tip  6

Interpretation:

All the acidic hydrogens (pKa < 25) in the compound shown are to be identified.

Concept introduction:

Hydrogens attached to carbons adjacent to electron withdrawing groups like carbonyl, nitrile etc. will be acidic as the carbanion produced can be stabilized by resonance.

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