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Why download extra books when you can get all the homework help you need in one place? The leaving group leaves. Aprotic polar solvents DMSO. If protonated. Conjugated dienes form 1.

Vinyl and aryl halides undergo neither S N1 nor S N2 reactions 8. An E2 reaction of an alkyl halide involves the simultaneous removal of a proton from a b-carbon and the halide ion from the a-carbon dehydrohalogenation to form an alkene a B-elimination. If a reactant is charged.

The absence of bands can rule out functional groups. Under acidic conditions. When HBr adds to alkenes in the presence of peroxide. A bromine radical is less reactive and more selective than a chlorine radical reactivityselectivity principle IR Spectroscopy.

Relative rates for chlorination at room temp: Spectroscopy uses electromagnetic radiation to probe molecular structure. Probability and reactivity factors are used to predict product distribution Catalytic palladium is used to facilitate coupling reactions with alkenes Heck. A magnetic field focuses cations toward a detector. High resolution MS can determine the exact molecular mass. IR spectroscopy uses wavenumbers the number of waves in 1 cm.

Lithium reacts with alkyl halides to form alkyllithium compounds. Arene oxides that form unstable carbocations are more apt to undergo nucleophilic attack A bond between carbon and a more electronegative atom breaks heterolytically.

Absorption bands indicate the kind of bonds present in a compound. These organometallic compounds are good nucleophiles. Electron delocalization can affect bond order. Allylic and benzylic halides are selectively halogenated at the allylic or benzylic positions. Stretches with no net change in dipole moment are IR inactive Amines have poor leaving groups due to the very strong basicity of -NH 2.

Radical stability: Alkanes undergo halogenation with Cl2 or Br2 and heat or light to form alkyl halides in a chain reaction that has initiation. UV radiation — nm is of higher energy than visible light — nm. Thiolate anions react with alkyl halides to form sulfides RSR. For example. Stretching vibrations involve changes in bond length and occur at a higher energy than bending vibrations. For a chlorine-containing compound. Those in the functional group region — cm detect functional groups.

The molecular ion corresponds to the nominal molecular mass.

Alkene substitution patterns can be identified in the fingerprint region The e. Epoxides react with nucleophiles. The greater the change in dipole moment when a bond vibrates.

The more conjugated double bonds. Crown ethers form inclusion compounds with metal ions based on molecular recognition. O CH3CH CH2 site of nucleophilic attack under acidic conditions site of nucleophilic attack under basic or neutral conditions 2.

If a radical substitution reaction or a radical addition reaction forms an asymmetric center. Absorbance depends on the concentration of the sample.

Ethers are cleaved with HI. The greater the lmax. Arene oxides can undergo nucleophilic attack or can rearrange via an NIH shift to form phenols. Br is the electrophile. Crown ethers can be used as phase-transfer catalysts C-H stretch frequency depends on the hybridization of C 1sp 7 sp2 7 sp The base peak is the highest abundance ion.

The energy required to stretch a bond depends on the bond strength and the masses of the bonded atoms. A chromophore is the group in the molecule that causes the absorption.

They couple with vinyl. The chemical shift 1D2 is independent of spectrometer frequency. Integration indicates the relative number of protons responsible for each signal. The pKa of cyclopentadiene is unusually low 15 due to its aromatic conjugate base. The cyclopentadienyl anion and the cyloheptatrienyl cation. A benzene substituent is a phenyl group Ph-. Low frequency shielded signals have small d values When the coupling constants of two sets of nonequivalent adjacent protons are similar.

Cycloheptatrienyl bromide ionizes readily due to its aromatic cation. A signal has a multiplicity according to the N 1 rule. The energy difference between the spin states depends on the strength of the magnetic field 1B o2 and the gyromagnetic ratio When NMR active nuclei 11H.

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The signals cannot be integrated and are not split unless the spectrum is run in a proton-coupled mode. Nuclear magnetic resonance NMR establishes atom connectivity. Sulfonation uses sulfuric acid. Induced ring currents cause sp2-bound protons aryl and vinyl and sp-bound protons to experience diamagnetic anisotropy and resonate at 7—5 ppm and 2.

N pyridine N H pyrrole O furan S thiophene 3. Two hydrogens bonded to a carbon that is bonded to two different groups are called enantiotopic hydrogens. NH 2 are not split and do not split. Aromatic compounds undergo electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions. Colored compounds absorb visible light.

NMR spectra show an average of various conformers at room temperature. Auxochromes OH and NH 2 attached to chromophores increase both lmax and e Hydrogens involved in proton exchange OH. Chapter 14 Reactions of Benzene 8 7 6 5 4 3 d ppm frequency 2 1 0 these protons sense a larger effective magnetic field. Friedel-Crafts alkylation 6. Antiaromatic compounds. Some monosubstituted benzenes have names that incorporate the substituent toluene.

Nitration employs nitric acid and sulfuric acid. In a similar environment. The number of observed peaks in a signal can be explained by a splitting diagram. Cyclobutadiene and cyclooctatetraene. Frost circle diagrams are used to assign relative energies to the MOs of cyclic compounds The signals of coupled protons have the same coupling constant.

The coupling constant for H a being split by H b is denoted by Jab. Protons in e. Aromatic compounds have large delocalization energies: Nuclei resonate at different frequencies due to shielding by nearby electrons that induce a local magnetic field that opposes the applied magnetic field. Splitting occurs as a result of the proton s that give rise to the signal being coupled to adjacent nonequivalent protons whose nuclear spins can align either with or against the applied magnetic field Chapter 13 NMR Spectroscopy 5.

The coupling constant J is the distance in Hz between adjacent peaks in a signal. Enantiotopic hydrogens are equivalent. Chemically equivalent protons resonate at the same frequency. If the compound has an asymmetric center. Acyl groups bonded to H or R do not posses a group that can be substituted by another group. Elevated boiling points of carboxylic acids and amides are due to hydrogen bonds and dipole-dipole interactions Alkylbenzenes with straightchain alkyl groups can also be prepared by Stille and Suzuki reactions Esters undergo aminolysis with amines to form amides The diazonium group can be replaced by an H with H 3PO2.

A carbocation generated from an alkene or an alcohol can also be used. The relative amounts of ortho and para products depend on the size of the directing and incoming substituents.

Acid anhydrides react with alcohols to form esters. Benzene rings with highly activating substituents are monohalogenated without a catalyst and polyhalogenated with it. When a disubstitued benzene ring undergoes an electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction. All ortho-para directors except alkyl. Groups that donate e. Disubstituted benzenes can be named using ortho 1. A benzene ring with a meta-directing substituent cannot undergo a FriedelCrafts reaction.

Chapter 16 Carbonyl Compounds I 5. HBF4 Schiemann reaction. Bromination of an alkylbenzene at the benzylic position allows subsequent substitution and elimination reactions. The parent name for carboxylic acid is alkanoic acid. Anilines form ammonium ions strongly deactivating meta directors with Lewis acids Carbocations can rearrange.

The order of reactivity: Triesters of glycerol fats and oils are hydrolyzed under basic conditions saponification to form sodium 7. Substituents are listed alphabetically. The reaction of esters with excess water to form carboxylic acids or with excess alcohol to form a new ester requires a catalyst. Activating groups and the mildly deactivating halogens are ortho-para directors.

Polycyclic benzenoid hydrocarbons with fused rings naphthalene. The positions adjacent to the carbonyl carbon are a. The carbonyl carbon and carbonyl oxygen are sp2 hybridized. Carboxylic acid derivatives undergo nucleophilic acyl substitution reactions via a tetrahedral intermediate that expels the weakest base.

More reactive carboxylic acid derivatives are converted to less reactive ones In polysubstituted benzenes. Halobenzenes react with NaNH 2 to form anilines via a benzyne intermediate CuCN Sandmeyer reaction. The position to which a substituent directs an incoming substituent depends on which of the three possible carbocation intermediates is the most stable.


Acyl halides react with carboxylate ions to form acid anhydrides. Deactivating substituents stabilize the conjugate bases of phenols. Phosphonium ylides react with aldehydes and ketones to form alkenes Wittig reaction.

Steric effects and crowding in the tetrahedral intermediate cause aldehydes to be more reactive than ketones Ketones and aldehydes add cyanide ion to form cyanohydrins.

Thioketals are formed from thiols.

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The a-carbon can also be alkylated or acylated via an enamine Two equivalents of hydride ion add to these compounds: Amides react with water and alcohols under acidic conditions to form carboxylic acids and esters. Imines and enamines are reduced to amines with H 2.

Aldehydes and ketones pKa are more acidic than esters pKa Aldehydes and ketones undergo nucleophilic addition reactions. B-diketones have enhanced acidity pKa Reactions of carboxylic acids with amines form ammonium carboxylate salts.

Heating with acid or base causes loss of water aldol condensation. LDA removes an a-hydrogen to form an enolate. Carboxylic acids are activated in the lab with SOCl2. Carboxylic acids are activated in the cell with ATP to form acyl phosphates. Gilman reagents. Aldehydes and ketones react with HO.

Imines and enamines can be hydrolyzed to carbonyl compounds and amines under acidic conditions. Intramolecular aldol additions also favor 8. LiAlH 4 must be used. Dehydrating reagents 1P2O5. Hydroxylamine forms oximes. A prochiral carbonyl carbon. POCl32 convert amides without a substituent on the N to nitriles Ketones and aldehydes react with halogens under acidic conditions to form a-halo carbonyl compounds. As a result of steric and electronic effects.

Retrosynthetic analysis allows for multistep planning by disconnection and synthons. Acetylide ions also form nucleophilic addition products with aldehydes and ketones Methyl ketones react with HO.

Diacids include oxalic. An aldehyde is named as an alkanal. B-Unsaturated carbonyl compounds undergo conjugate addition with weakly basic nucleophiles cyanide ion. Enolates formed with LDA react with aldehydes and ketones added slowly. An intramolecular Claisen condensation Dieckmann condensation forms cyclic b-keto esters. Enolization can be catalyzed by acid or by base A mixed Claisen condensation leads to primarily one product if an ester with a-hydrogens is added slowly to an ester without a-hydrogens.

Keto and enol tautomers are in equilibrium. An ester with two -hydrogens reacts with RO. Quaternary ammonium ions react with hydroxide ion and heat to form alkenes Hofmann elimination reaction. Pyridine is more reactive than benzene toward nucleophilic aromatic substitution. The transition state has carbanion character. The optical rotation changes when a pure anomer is placed in solution mutarotation. Swern oxidation with DMSO. D-glyceraldehyde a triose has the R-configuration.

Monosaccharides have one sugar unit. Under basic conditions. Enantioselective reactions which form more of one enantiomer than another use enzymes or enantiomerically pure catalysts Reducing agents are oxidized. Vincinal diols undergo oxidative cleavage with periodate to form aldehydes and ketones.

Cellulose is a polysaccharide of glucose with b RBr 3. Quaternary ammonium ions are used as phase-transfer catalysts Glycogen has more branches than amylopectin.

The anomers are in equilibrium in solution: Heterocyclic compounds possess one or more heteroatoms N.

The pyridinium ion. Cyclic alkenes form cis Malonic ester is alkylated. The mechanism involves an oxocarbenium ion. Amylose has a Et3N converts them to aldehydes and ketones.

Tollens reagent oxidizes aldehydes to carboxylic acids Tollens test. Oxidation reactions and others allow for functional group interconvertion Ozone reacts with alkynes to form carboxylic acids. There are three mechanisms for addition of H 2: The Wohl degradation decreases the chain by one carbon Ozone reacts with alkenes ozonolysis.

Migration tendencies: Pyridine is less reactive than nitrobenzene toward electrophilic aromatic substitution. Ketoses have a keto group at C-2 S in a ring. Amines react with excess methyl iodide to form quaternary ammonium iodides exhaustive methylation. Naturally occurring sugars are D-sugars—the bottom-most asymmetric center in a Fischer projection has the OH group on the right. Alkenes react with basic.

Pentoses and hexoses exist in solution as furanoses and pyranoses. Monosaccharides form osazones with excess phenylhydrazine Sec. A Michael addition combined with an intramolecular aldol condensation forms a compound with a 2-cyclohexenone ring Robinson annulation Carbohydrates are polyhydroxy aldehydes aldoses or polyhydroxy ketones ketoses.

Amines are bases and nucleophiles. Aromatic 5-membered ring heterocycles pyrrole. Mannose is the C-2 epimer of glucose. Cyclic amines are named as azacycloalkanes or use common names: The Kiliani-Fischer synthesis increases the chain by one carbon. Starch is composed of amylose and amylopectin.

Peroxyacid oxidizes aldehydes to carboxylic acids and ketones to esters Baeyer-Villiger oxidation. Erythrose and threose are tetroses. Straight-chain sugars. DCC activates carboxyl groups. The catalytic ability of an enzyme results from bringing reacting and catalytic groups together. The pKa of the carboxylic acid group of an amino acid is ' 2. Progress of the reaction 2. Naturally occurring amino acids have the L-configuration In writing an amino acid sequence. Intramolecular reactions occur with faster rates compared with intermolecular reactions.

A racemic mixture of amino acids can be separated via a kinetic resolution with an enzyme Dipeptides have two amide-linked amino acids. Metal-ion catalysis makes a group more susceptible to nucleophilic attack. O C CH a-carbon R hydrogen bond the slow step in general-acid catalysis.

The primary structure of a protein is the sequence of amino acids and the location of the disulfide bridges. A pH-activity profile can be used to assess participation of ionizable groups Secondary structure describes the repetitive conformations assumed by segments of the protein backbone: Denaturation by pH change. Cyanogen bromide cleaves at the C-side of Met FADH2 is a reducing agent Cofactors are metal ions or organic molecules coenzymes that some enzymes need to catalyze a reaction.

Automated solid-phase peptide synthesis synthesizes polypeptides from the C-terminal end Peptides and proteins are polymers of amino acids. At physiological pH 7. An enzyme with its cofactor is a holoenzyme. Ion-exchange chromatography separates and quantifies amino acids based on charge and polarity. The isoelectric point pI. Vitamin B1 is the precursor to thiamine pyrophosphate TPP that catalyzes the transfer of a two-carbon unit In the lock-and-key model.

A base catalyst increases the rate by removing a proton: Dilute acid partially hydrolyzes peptides into smaller fragments. A nucleophilic covalent catalyst increases the rate by forming a new covalent bond with the reactant. FAD catalyzes the oxidation of thiols to disulfides and amines to imines. All the water-soluble vitamins except vitamin C and water-insoluble vitamin K are precursors for coenzymes Tertiary structure.

Intramolecular catalysis occurs when the catalyst and the reaction center are in the same molecule Quaternary structure describes the arrangement of protein subunits. Disulfide bonds are formed between cysteine side chains Ninhydrin reacts with amino acids to form a colored product Peptide bonds have double bond character due to electron delocalization.

Amino acids are synthesized from carboxylic acids by a-bromination followed by reaction with NH 3. Electrophoresis separates amino acids based on pI values. Enzymes biological catalysts bind their substrate in an active site based on molecular recognition. An acid catalyst increases the rate of a reaction by donating a proton: Squalene is a triterpene 30 carbons and is the precursor of cholesterol.

Acetyl-CoA and malonyl-CoA are converted to isopentenyl pyrophosphate for the synthesis of terpenes. One strand of DNA is made continuously and the other is made in pieces semiconservative replication. ATP hydrolysis is favored due to electrostatic repulsion.

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In the fourth stage of catabolism oxidative phosphorylation. Pyridoxal phosphate PLP. Methotrexate and wafarin are competitive inhibitors Messenger RNA is the template for protein synthesis translation. DNA is double stranded the double helix with major and minor grooves. Monoterpenes have 10 carbons.

Prostaglandins regulate physiological responses. Coenzyme B ATP is synthesized in stage 4 Synthetic oligonucleotides can be made using phosphoramidite monomers or Hphosphonate monomers Chapter 25 The Chemistry of Metabolism 1.

Vitamin KH2. Anabolism is the reverse of catabolism: Membranes are composed of phosphoacylglycerols phospholipids. Steroids are hormones with 4 fused rings and angular methyl groups. Deoxyribonucleic acid DNA and ribonucleic acid RNA are nucleic acids—phosphodiesters with purine and pyrimidine bases.

A pairs with T. Each round forms 3 NADH. A substituted tetrahyrofolate THF. The bases in DNA are adenine. Each transfer RNA carries an amino acid Catabolism has four stages: Stacking interactions between the bases add stability. Glucose is converted to pyruvate via a 10reaction pathway glycolysis.An isotactic polymer has groups on the same side. Automated solid-phase peptide synthesis synthesizes polypeptides from the C-terminal end Ketones and aldehydes react with halogens under acidic conditions to form a-halo carbonyl compounds.

The number of MOs equals the number of AOs. Tony XRahmanx. Amides react with water and alcohols under acidic conditions to form carboxylic acids and esters. RBr 3.