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Alkene Addition Draw the Reaction Equation for cyclohexene with chlorine. (Include all products.) NEW X 123 >R +/- D C X N A FG C N O CI-CI - S F CI Br I P Data - fill in the missing values for the reaction table below Molecular Density Reagent Grams Millimoles Equivalents mL Weight (g/mL) Cyclohexene 1.75 Chlorine 50.0 theoretical product 1,2-dichlorocyclohexane If the actual yield of the reaction was 2.98 g of 1,2-dichlorocyclohexane what is the percent yield? % What is the limiting reagent?Alkene Hydration Draw the Reaction Equation for vinylcyclohexane in aqueous sulfuric acid. " NEW X 123 >R +/ D C X i O FG C N O= / O Il OH HO OH II H F I O CI H Br I P X Data - fill in the missing values for the reaction table below Molecular Density Reagent Grams Millimoles Equivalents mL Weight (g/mL) Vinylcyclohexane 1.0 0.68 Sulfuric acid 0.19 Water 27.8 theoretical product 1-cyclohexylethanol If the actual yield of the reaction was 0.20 g of 1-cyclohexylethanol, what is the percent yield? % What is the limiting reagent?Dehydrohalogenation Draw the Reaction Equation for t-butyl bromide with sodium methoxide in methanol. " NEW X 123 >R +/- D C X i 1 FG C N O OH F CI Br I P Data - fill in the missing values for the reaction table below Molecular Density Reagent Grams Millimoles Equivalents mL Weight (g/mL) 2-bromo-2-methylpropane 9.78 Sodium methoxide 1.06 (25% in methanol w/w) Methanol 7.7 theoretical product 2-methylpropene Sodium Bromide If the actual yield of the reaction was 0.21 g of 2-methylpropene, what is the percent yield? % What is the limiting reagent?Bromination Draw the Reaction Equation for cyclohexane-1,3,5-trio with phosphorus oxybromide in dichloromethane. II NEW X 123 >R +/- X i FG C N CI O CI F CI Br I P X Data - fill in the missing values for the reaction table below Molecular Density Reagent Grams Millimoles Equivalents mL Weight (g/mL) Cyclohexane-1,3,5-triol 1.0 Phosphorus oxybromide 0.31 Dichloromethane 7.0 theoretical product 1,3,5-tribromocyclohexane Phosphoric Acid If the actual yield of the reaction was 0.94 g of 1,3,5-tribromocyclohexane, what is the percent % yield? What is the limiting reagent?Nucleophilic Substitution Draw the Reaction Equation for sodium phenoxide with iodomethane in acetonitril " NEW X 123 >R +/- D C X i 1 N A FG C N O N F CI Br I P X Data - fill in the missing values for the reaction table below Molecular Density Reagent Grams Millimoles Equivalents mL Weight (g/mL) Sodium phenoxide 0.45 lodomethane 0.27 Acetonitrile 3.0 theoretical product Anisole Sodium lodide If the actual yield of the reaction was 0.37 g of anisole, "what is the percent yield? % What is the limiting reagent?

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