Mechanisms

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Nucleophilic substitution, electrophilic addition, Elimination, Free radical substitution
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Outline the mechanism that produces an alkene from a haloalkane
Outline the conditions reagent and type of reagent where a haloalkane turns into an alkene Conditions: Ethanol, heat Reagents: NaOH/KOH Type of Reagent: Base (:OH-)
Outline the mechanism which turns an alkene into a haloalkane
Outline the mechanism which turns an alkene into a dihaloalkane
Outline the mechanism which turns a haloalkane into an alcohol
Describe the conditions, reagents and type of reagents for the reaction of a haloalkane into an alcohol Conditions: aqueous, heat under reflux Reagents: NaOH/KOH Type of reagent: Nucleophile (:OH-)
Outline the mechanism that produces an amine from a haloalkane
Outline a mechanism which produces a nitrile from a haloalkane
Describe the condition, reagents and type of reagent which produces a nitrile from a haloalkane Conditions: Dissolved in ethanol/water mixture, heat under reflux Reagent: :CN Type of reagent: Nucleophile
Outline the mechanism which turns an alkene into an alcohol
Describe the conditions, reagents and type of reagents for the reaction of an alkene into an alcohol Conditions: 300 degrees C, 70atm, H5PO4 catalys Reagents: H2O,H2SO4 Type of reagent: Electrophile
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