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Question 8 When ortho-bromonitrobenzene is treated with NaOH at elevated temperature, only one product is formed....
When ortho-bromonitrobenzene is treated with NaOH at elevated temperature, only one product is formed. 18.72a X Your answer is incorrect. Try again. Draw the product. Include Na* and charges in your answer. z Edit Nat OH
Question 1 (10 pts). When N,N-dimethylaniline is treated with bromine, ortho and para products are formed. Note that this ring is so activated that a Lewis acid catalyst is not needed. Yet, when this material is treated with nitric/sulfuric acids, only the meta product is formed indicative of a very deactivated ring). Explain these curious results. z Br2 Br HNO, H2SO4 NO
(References) Draw the structural formula of the principal organic product formed when ethyl benzoate is treated with H,O, NaOH, heat. • You do not have to consider stereochemistry. • You do not have to explicitly draw H atoms. . Do not include lone pairs in your answer. They will not be considered in the grading. • Include counter-ions, e.g., Nat, 1", in your submission, but draw them in their own separate sketcher. Visited not draw organic or inorganic by-products.
Question 26 Draw the major and minor product(s) that are expected for the following reaction. If only one product is formed, draw it as the major product, and select no reaction for the minor product. Draw all of the minor products if more than one will form in the following reaction. - NaOH, ? Get help answering Molecular Drawing questions. |x Your answer is incorrect. Try again. Draw the major product: Edit Get help answering Molecular Drawing questions. x Your...
Draw the product that is formed when the compound shown below is treated with an excess of HCl. Draw only the organic ion. why is my drawing wrong Draw the product that is formed when the compound shown below is treated with an excess of HCl. Draw only the organic ion. why is my drawing wrong
When 1,4-dimethylcyclohepta-1,3-diene is treated with HBr at an elevated temperature, the 1,2 product predominates rather than the 1,4 adduct. Explain and draw the 1,2 and 1,4 products.
Draw the enolate ion that is formed when the following molecule is treated with NaOH. Draw the resonance structures of the enolate. Draw the products formed in the following reactions
Draw the structure of the product that is formed when the compound shown below is treated with the following reagents: 1) Na, NH3(liq); 2) D2, Pd, including its relative stereochemistry. Interactive 3D display mode
can question 7.58 and 7.69 be answered please 7.6 7.58 When (R)-3-bromo-2,3-dimethylpentane is treated with sodium hydroxide, four different alkenes are formed. Draw all four products and rank them in terms of stability. Which do you expect to be the major product? 7.59 When 3-bromo-2,4-dimethylpentane is treated with sodium hydroxide (NaOH), only one alkene is formed. Draw the product and explain why this reaction has only one regiochemical outcome. educed when each of the
Draw the kinetic and thermodynamic enolates formed when 3-methylbutan-2-one (methyl isopropyl ketone) is treated with base. Include charges. Draw the oxyanion species; do not draw carbanion resonance forms.