Alkyne Halogenation Video Lessons

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Concept: Double halogenation of alkynes.

Problem: For the following reaction, show the product of one mole of reagent adding across the triple bond, and then show the product of a second mole of reagent.

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We’re being asked to determine the product for the given reaction if 1 or 2 moles of reagent is reacted.



Recall that alkynes are converted to tetrahalides via halogenation:



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For the following reaction, show the product of one mole of reagent adding across the triple bond, and then show the product of a second mole of reagent.


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