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Index of Model Files for Bruice: Chapter 5

Model
Comment
CyclohexeneElectrophilic addition of HI.
IodocyclohexaneElectrophilic addition of HI.
Methyl cationCation stability. I.
Ethyl CationCation stability. II.
Isopropyl cationCarbocation stability. III.
tert-Butyl cationCarbocation stability. IV.
2-Iodo-2-methylbutaneConstitutional isomers and regioselectivity.
(S)-2-Iodo-3-methylbutaneConstitutional isomers and regioselectivity.
3-HexeneProduct yield in synthesis.
(R)-3-BromohexaneProduct yield in synthesis.
2-PropanolAcid-catalyzed hydration.
CyclohexanolAlkanol synthesis.
2-MethoxypropaneEther formation.
3-Methyl-1-butanolEther synthesis.
1-tert-Butoxy-3-methylbutane Ether synthesis.
(E)- and (Z)-2-ButeneRelative stability of E and Z alkenes.
(E)- and (Z)-2-ButeneRelative stability of E and Z alkenes.
CapillinAcetylenic natural product.
IchthyothereolAcetylenic natural product.
ParsalmideAcetylenic drug.
PargylineAcetylenic drug.
MestranolAcetylenic drug.
1-Hexyne, n-ButylacetyleneNomenclature of acetylenes.
2-Hexyne, MethylpropylacetyleneNomenclature of acetylenes.
3-Hexyne, DiethylacetyleneNomenclature of acetylenes.
Ethyne, AcetyleneSimplest family member.
1-ButynePhysical properties of acetylenes.
2-ButynePhysical properties of acetylenes.
Ethyne-HCl complexAddition of HCl to the acetylenic bond. Cation versus pi-complex.
Vinyl cationAddition of HCl to the acetylenic bond. Cation versus pi-complex.
1-Buten-2-ol (Butanone-enol)Addition of water.
ButanoneAddition of water.
2-PentyneCatalytic addition of hydrogen: two equivalents.
PentaneCatalytic addition of hydrogen: two equivalents.
2-PentyneCatalytic addition of hydrogen: one equivalent.
(Z)-2-PenteneCatalytic addition of hydrogen: one equivalent.
1-ButynylsodiumAcetylenic anions.
1-Butynyl anionAcetylenic anions.
1-Bromobutane and 3-OctyneSynthesis with acetylide anions.
1-Bromobutane and 3-OctyneSynthesis with acetylide anions.
StyreneChain-growth polymerization: monomer.
Polystyrene (fragment)Chain-growth polymers.
Boron trifluorideCationic polymerization: initiator.
EtheneChain-growth polymers.
Polyethylene (fragment)Chain-growth polymers.
PropeneChain-growth polymers.
Polypropylene (fragment)Chain-growth polymers.
Poly(vinyl chloride), PVC (fragment)Chain-growth polymers.
AcrylonitrileAddition polymers.
Poly(acrylonitrile) (fragment)Addition polymers.
Poly(methyl methacrylate) (fragment)Chain-growth polymers.
Teflon®, Poly(tetrafluoroethylene), PTFE (fragment)Step-growth polymers.
Benzoyl peroxideRadical polymerization: initiator.
tert-Butyl peroxideRadical polymerization: initiators.
Di-tert-butyl peroxideRadical polymerization: initiators.
Low density polyethylene (fragment)Radical polymerization: branching.





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