Aromatic Chemistry (Basic Concepts In Chemistry) by John D. Hepworth

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By John D. Hepworth

This e-book presents an updated and accomplished account of fragrant chemistry. a chain of chapters describes the synthesis and reactions of the main sensible derivatives of benzene and the extra universal polycyclic structures. The strategies of aromaticity and the mechanism of fragrant substitution are mentioned, as is using metals within the synthesis of fragrant compounds. all through, emphasis is put on mechanisms. labored difficulties and questions are supplied to assist knowing.

In addition to delivering fabric required through an undergraduate learning chemistry, Aromatic Chemistry can be excellent for commercial chemists trying to replace their wisdom of this crucial point of chemistry.

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Such substituents are known as withdrawing group is and reduces the electron density of the ring, making attack by the electron-deficient reagent more difficult. Both types of substituents affect the electron density at all positions of the ring, but exert their greatest effects at the ortho and para positions, making these sites the most electron rich in the case of donor groups and most electron deficient when electron-withdrawing groups are present. Donor groups therefore direct attack of the electrophile to the ortho and .

3. For example, nitration of nitrobenzene gives 88% of 1,3dinitrobenzene and only 8% and 1% of the 1,2- and 1,4-isomers, respectively. The reaction occurs at a relative rate of 6 x lo-* to that of benzene. 4. 3 Groups which Withdraw Electrons by the Inductive Effect Groups such as , CF,, and , R,N+, are unable to interact with the n-system, but withdraw electrons as a result of the electronegativity of the fluorine atoms and the positively charged nitrogen, respectively. 14). The intermediates are overall destabilized by electron withdrawal, but structures 15 and 16 are particularly unfavourable because the positive charge is adjacent to the electron-deficient atom of the substituent.

G. 7, and hence can be considered to contribute more to the resonance hybrid. A similar situation arises with species 9 associated with attack at the 4-position and this carbocation intermediate is therefore also additionally stabilized by 10. However, no such structure can be drawn following meta attack and so the cation derived from this mode of attack is not additionally stabilized. 2. Notice that even attack at the meta position has a lower activation energy than does benzene. 2 Energy profile for electrophilic attack on methoxybenzene at the ortho, meta and para positions compared with benzene It should therefore be no surprise that the nitration of methoxybenzene is easier and faster than that of benzene and yields essentially only the 1,2- and 1,4-isomers (in almost equal amounts).

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