Organic Products of the Following Reaction Sequence

Organic Products of the Following Reaction Sequence: A blog about the organic products resulting from the following reaction sequence.

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Introduction

Organic products are those that result from a series of chemical reactions in which the starting material is an organic compound. The organic product can be either a liquid or a solid, and it can be either a pure substance or a mixture of compounds.

Theoretical Yield

What is the theoretical yield of the organic product(s) of the following sequence of reactions?

a) 2-methylpropane b) 3-methylbutane c) 2,2-dimethylpropane

a) 2-Methylpropane has a theoretical yield of 60%.
b) 3-Methylbutane has a theoretical yield of 40%.
c) 2,2-Dimethylpropane has a theoretical yield of 30%.

Percent Yield

Reaction 1: An organic liquid is treated with an excess of aqueous sodium hydroxide.

Organic products of the following reaction sequence:

Product A: 100%

Product B: 0%

Reaction 2: The mixture is then extracted with diethyl ether, and the organic layer is washed with aqueous sodium bicarbonate.

Product A: 100%

Product B: 75%

Conclusion

In conclusion, the organic products of the following reaction sequence are light roasts, medium roasts, and dark roasts.

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