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Solvents, factors and electrophilic addition

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Harvey Buckle

on 27 July 2017

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Transcript of Solvents, factors and electrophilic addition

Aim
HL To know the issues of solvent and factors in nucleophilic substitution
HLTo know the process of electrophilic addition
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Starter
Starting with methane, how would you have ethylamine?
Solvent and SN1 - SN2
Polar = Water SN1
Non - polar = ethoxyethane SN2




Solvents, factors and electrophilic addition
27th July this year
Factors affecting rate
1. Nucleophile - Anions better than neutral
2. Halogen - Lower down the group, weaker C-X bond
3. 3ay > 2ay > 1ay.
4. SN1 faster than SN2 because SN2 has a high activation energy intermediate
Electrophilic addition
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what is SN1 and SN2?
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Curly arrows revised
Markovnikov's rule
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