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221 Lectures 13 and 14

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  1. 2. term that dominates in hydration
  2. 6. these electrons are lower in energy
  3. 7. what can happen in electrophilic addition due to the carbocation intermediate
  4. 9. one of two things set during the first step on the way to converting an alkene to an anti-Markovnikov alcohol
  5. 15. what is needed for free radical hydrohalogenation
  6. 20. what vicinal dihalide involves
  7. 21. the reverse of E1
  8. 22. term that dominates in dehydration
  9. 23. what is added first to the alkene to yield the anti-Markovnikov alkyl halide
  10. 24. the nucleophile in hydration
  11. 25. part the hydronium ion plays in the electrophilic addition of an alkene
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  1. 1. the final step in converting an alkene to an anti-Markovnikov alcohol
  2. 3. the first step to making an anti-Markovnikov alcohol from an alkene
  3. 4. what is added first in electrophilic addition to yield the Markovnikov alkyl halide
  4. 5. a description for the cyclic bromonium ion
  5. 8. needed for practical hydrogenation rates
  6. 10. the aspect of the reaction that Markovnikov’s rule describes
  7. 11. what dehydrohalogenation is
  8. 12. one of two things set during the first step on the way to converting an alkene to an anti-Markovnikov alcohol.
  9. 13. what hydrogenation reactions are
  10. 14. what hydrogenation involves
  11. 16. how the BH2 and H are added to the carbons of an alkene
  12. 17. what you find on the moresubstituted carbon of the vicinal halohydrin formed via electrophilic addition to an alkene.
  13. 18. spatial relationship between the 2 halogens on a ring via electrophilic addition of molecular halogen to an cycloalkene
  14. 19. the type of reaction hydrogenation is
  15. 20. type of alkyl halide HBr can give but not HCl and HI.
  16. 25. the functional group that results from the reaction of a peroxy acid with an alkene