Organic Chemistry/Introduction to reactions/Reactions

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Alkanes 75% developed  as of Jan 12, 2005
Combustion
Free-radical halogenation
Alkenes 75% developed  as of Jan 12, 2005
Hydrogenation adds H2
Hydrolysis adds H2O
Oxymercuration/demercuration
THF
Halogenation adds halogen
Hydrohalogenation adds H and a halogen
Hydroboration
Halohydrins
Oxidation reactions
Allylic bromination
Diels-Alder reaction
Alkynes 0% developed  as of Jan 12, 2005
Hydrogenation adds H
Hydration adds OH
Halogenation adds a halogen
Hydrohalogenation adds H and a halogen
Ozonolysis
Alkylation
Alcohols 75% developed  as of Jan 12, 2005 and haloalkanes 75% developed  as of Jan 12, 2005
Carbocation rearrangements
Conjugated (1,3-) dienes
Direct (1,2-) and conjugate (1,4-) addition
Kinetic and thermodynamic control
Aromatic compounds 25% developed  as of Jan 12, 2005
Hydrogenation
Benzylic bromination
Benzylic oxydation
Vinylic benzenes

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  1. Review of nucleophilic substitution SN1, SN2
  2. Radicals
  3. Electrophilic additions
  4. Reactions with organometallic reagents