Lecture and Chapter 15 Notes
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Department
Chemistry
Course
CHM136H1
Professor
Thavarajah/ Woolley/ Nitz
Semester
Summer

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CHM138H1 Jasmyn Lee Chapter 15: Benzene and Aromaticity 15.1 Sources and Names of Aromatic Compounds Aromaticity  Historically: Fragrant  Now: Particular structures and their properties  Common Aromatic Compounds  Monosubstituted Benzenes o Benzene parent name o Eg/ Bromobenzene, Nitrobenzene, Propylbenzene  Alkyl-Substituted Benzenes o Sometimes referred to as arenes o Named depending on size of alkyl group  If alkyly is smaller than the ring (6 or fewer C) – named as an alkyl-substituted benzene  IF alkyl is larger than ring (7 ore more C) – named as a phenyl-substituted alkane  Disubstituted Benzenes: o Ortho – two substitutents in a 1,2 relationship on the ring o Meta – two substituents in a 1,3 relationship o Para – two substituents in a 1,4 relationship 15.2
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