This video covers the most common types of reaction mechanisms that you will see in your organic chemistry course.
Here is a list of the different reaction types in this video:
1. Addition Reaction
2. Substitution Reaction
3. Elimination Reaction
4. Rearrangement Reaction
Electrophilic Addition Reaction - Alkene + HBr
Nucleophilic Addition Reaction - Conjugated Aldehyde + CN-
Elimination Reaction - E1 alkyl halide + Weak Base
E2 - Alkyl Halide + Strong Base
E1CB - B-hydroxy Ketone + Base (Poor Leaving Group)
Nucleophilic Substitution - SN1 Alkyl Halide + Weak Nucleophile
SN2 - Primary Alkyl Halide + Strong Nucleophile
Nucleophilic Substitution of a Vinyl Halide - Addition Elimination
Electrophilic Radical Substitution - Alkane + Br2 (heat/light or NBS)
Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution - Benzene + Nitration
Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution - Addition Elimination Via Meisenheimer Complex vs Elimination Addition Via Benzyne Intermediate.
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