AQA A Level Chemistry复习笔记7.9.1 Organic Mechanisms

Organic Mechanisms

 

Organic Mechanisms

  • Throughout the A Level course you have met a number of organic mechanisms
    • You must be able to provide these in full if asked for
    • You must be able to apply your knowledge of what happens in a reaction mechanism to other reactions

     

  • The reaction mechanisms which you have covered in this course are:
    • Free radical substitution
    • Electrophilic addition
    • Nucleophilic substitution
    • Elimination
    • Nucleophilic addition
    • Nucleophilic addition-elimination
    • Electrophilic substitution
    • Formation of amides

     

General Mechanisms

  • The general mechanisms for each of these reactions are shown below
  • Remember, these are just general mechanisms - for the exam you will have to draw them specific to the reaction in your exam question

Free radical substitution

7.9.1-General-mechanism-free-radical-substitution

 

Electrophilic addition

7.9.1-general-mechanism-electrophilic-addition

 

Nucleophilic substitution

7.9.1-General-Mechanism-nucleophilic-substitution

 

Nucleophilic substitution with ammonia

7.9.1-General-Mechanism-Nucleophilic-Substitution-with-ammonia

 

Elimination

7.9.1-General-Mechanism-Elimination-1

 

Nucleophilic addition

7.9.1-General-Mechanism-Nucleophilic-addition

 

Nucleophilic addition-elimination

7.9.1-General-Mechanism-addition-elimination

 

Electrophilic substitution

7.9.1-General-Mechanism-electrophilic-substitution

 

Formation of Amides

7.9.1-General-Mechanism-formation-of-amides

 

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