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Ionization of Aromatics

Q. Applying the rules you know about aromaticity, explain why cyclopentadiene would be a stronger acid than cycloheptatriene.

Solved • Dec 20, 2017

Ionization of Aromatics

Q. Why is the pKa of cyclopentadiene (pKa = 15) unusually low for that of a hydrocarbon?

Solved • Dec 20, 2017

Ionization of Aromatics

Q. Which one of the carbons in the following molecules would be most likely to protonate with a hydrogen atom? Would a change in color be observed? Ex...

Solved • Dec 20, 2017

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Q. Consider the following alkyl chlorides:-Which compound would you expect to undergo an S N1 process most readily? Justify your choice with pictures ...

Solved • Aug 14, 2017

Ionization of Aromatics

Q. Why does the following compound have a large molecular dipole?

Solved • May 9, 2017

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Q. Which compound loses chloride ion least readily?

Solved • Sep 26, 2016

Ionization of Aromatics

Q. Which bromide will most rapidly undergo solvolysis in aqueous ethanol?

Solved • Apr 24, 2016

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Q. Most diazo compounds are exceedingly, and sometimes disastrously unstable. By contrast, the brilliant, iridescent orange compound diazocyclopentadi...

Solved • Mar 2, 2016

Ionization of Aromatics

Q. Which compound most readily loses chloride to form a carbocation?  

Solved • Feb 1, 2016