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AS Organic Chemistry in 2 Hours

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Hydration Nucleophilic Substitution Free radical substitution AS Organic Chemistry in 2 Hours Brought to you by: Class of PM13 Jan 2011 Intake Proudly Present | Amelia Lim Ker Ying | Bryan Lee Hsien Ming |
| Chai Jie Sheng | Cheah Qi Wei, Jeremy | | Elaine Yap Ying Tong | Gan Yee Xi |
| Hashok Nanda Kumar | Khor Wei Ken | | Lee Chun Keat | Low Yi Shane |
| Lum Weng Kit, Steven | Mau Yao Hui | | Natashyia Vejayarajah | Ngu Chien Yuan |
| Tang Jie Yinn | Tay Tze Meng, Jeremiah | | Teh Yi Chen | Tew Zi Yi |
| Vincent Loo Win Soon | | Wang Shu Kim | Yau Jih Dar |
| Woon Peng Kent | Lam Hua Wei, Henry | Alkanes Alkenes Halogenoalkanes Alcohol Esters Aldehyde Ketone Carboxylic
acid Hydroxynitrile Amine Nitrile UV Light Hydrogenation Pt catalyst (room temp.)/ Ni catalyst (150°C. 5 atm) Cracking Zeolite crystal catalyst Halogenation Electrophilic addition Markownikoff’s rule
the major product forms, when the Hydrogen atom of HBr molecule bonds with the carbon atom which already has a larger number of hydrogen atoms bonded to it. Major product Minor product Elimination Nucleophilic Substitution Substitution Nucleophilic Substitution Esterification Nucleophilic Addition Oxidation of 1° alcohol Oxidation of 2° alcohol Dehydration Oxidation Reduction Reagent: Reagent: Hydrolysis Mechanisms The Carbon, The Bromine and The Hydroxide ion Reduction with LiAlH4 Reduction to 1° alcohol Reduction to 2° alcohol NaBH4 in aqueous/alcoholic solution Polymerisation Polymers OR Oxidation Oxidation | Our Chemistry Lecturer: |
|Ms. Ranju Saggi| This presentation is created with the slides & notes by:
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