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Alkyl Halides

  1. 1. NAME MATRIC NOCHANG PEI XIAN D20101037455NORHAFIZAH BT NORDIN D20101037456NURSYAHIRA AYUNI BT AHMAD ZAMRI D20101037457AIN NABILA BT ABD. MALEK D20101037463SITI RUKAIYAH BT. ABD FATAH D20101037479
  2. 2. Introduction to Alkyl Halides• Alkyl halides are organic molecules containing a halogen atom bonded to an sp3 hybridized carbon atom.• Carbon-halogen bond of alkyl halides is polarized.• Alkyl halides are classified as primary (1°), secondary (2°), or tertiary (3°), depending on the number of carbons bonded to the carbon with the halogen atom.• The halogen atom in halides is often denoted by the symbol “X”.
  3. 3. Types of organic halides Vinyl halides Allylic halides have a halogenatom (X) bonded Benzylic have Xto a C=C double halides bonded to thebond. Aryl halides carbon atom adjacent to a have X bonded C=C double to the carbon have a bond. atom adjacent to halogen atom bonded to a a benzene ring. benzene ring.
  4. 4. Examples of 1 , 2 , and 3 alkyl halides:Four types of organic halides (RX) having X near a π bond:
  5. 5. Nomenclature: Common names are often used for simple alkyl halides. To assign a common name: Name all the carbon atoms of the molecule as a single alkyl group. Name the halogen bonded to the alkyl group. Combine the names of the alkyl group and halide, separating the words with a space.
  6. 6. Physical Properties:• Alkyl halides are weak polar molecules. They exhibit dipole- dipole interactions because of their polar C—X bond, but because the rest of the molecule contains only C—C and C—H bonds, they are incapable of intermolecular hydrogen bonding.• Density correspond to the molecular weight. F < Cl < Br < I
  7. 7. Physical Properties:
  8. 8. Synthesis of Alkyl HalidesHalogenation of Halogenation of Conversion of Alcohol Alkanes Alkenes to Alkyl Halides Involve free Addition of Addition of Hydrogen Using of: radical Halogen to mechanism Halides to Alkenes Alkenes Hydrogen Phosphorus Halides Tribromide Allylic Halogenation Thionyl Chloride
  9. 9. A)HALOGENATION OF ALKANES1. Initiation Splitting of a chlorine molecule to form two chlorine atoms, initiated by ultraviolet radiation or sunlight. A chlorine atom has an unpaired electron and acts as a free radical.
  10. 10. 2. Chain propagation (two steps): A hydrogen atom is pulled off from methane leaving a 1˚methyl radical. The methyl radical then pulls a Cl· from Cl2.
  11. 11. 3. Chain termination: recombination of two free radicals:
  12. 12. The net reaction :
  13. 13. B) HALOGENATION OF ALKENES There is 3 types of halogenation of alkenes which are:I. Addition of Hydrogen Halides to AlkenesII. Addition of Halogen to AlkenesIII. Allylic Halogenation
  14. 14. 1)A DDITION OF H YDROGEN H ALIDES TO A LKENES All alkenes undergo addition reactions with the hydrogen halides. Reactions are controlled by Markonikov rule: In the addition of HX to an alkene, the H atom adds to the carbon atom of the double bond that already has the greater number of hydrogen, and a halogen atom to the other. Anti Markonikov rule: with the presence of Hydrogen peroxide, H2O2, the halogen atom will be added to the carbon atom of the double bond that has the greater number of hydrogen.
  15. 15. E XAMPLE OF ADDITION OF H YDROGEN H ALIDES TO A LKENESExamples:H H H Br C C + HBr H C C HH H H HH H H Cl C C + HCl H C C HH CH3 H CH3 CH3 CH3 + HI I H H H
  16. 16. M ECHANISM OF H ALOGENATION  Halogenation takes place in two steps  In the first step, H+ is transferred from HBr to the alkene to form a carbocation and bromide ion  Second, Br- reacts with the carbocation to form a bromoalkane Example:H H H H C C + H Br H C C + BrH CH3 H CH3 H H H BrH C C + Br H C C H H CH3 H CH3
  17. 17. 2)A DDITION OF H ALOGEN TO A LKENES This type of reaction is called halogenation and an electrophilic addition. The general chemical formula of the halogen addition reaction is: C=C + X2 X-C-C-X (X represents the halogens bromide or chlorine, and in this case, a solvent could be CH2CI2 or CCI4). The product is a vicinal alkyl halides.
  18. 18. Examples:H H Br H C C + Br2 H C C HH H H Br Br + Br2 Br Br BrH C C CH3 + 2Br2 H C C CH3 Br Br
  19. 19. M ECHANISM OF B ROMINATION OF E THENE First, a Br+ is transferred from Br2 to the alkene to form a bromonium ion and a bromide ion Next, the bromide ion reacts with the bromonium ion to form the product H H Br H H C C + Br Br C C + Br H H H H Br Br H H H C C + Br H C C H H H H Br
  20. 20. 3) A LLYLIC H ALOGENATION Alkenes can be directly halogenated in the allylic position. High temperature and lower concentration of halogen used to prevent reaction at double bond. Example:N-bromosuccinimide (NBS) selectively brominates allylic positions.
  21. 21. B) CONVERSION OF ALCOHOLHydrogen halides(HCl, HBr, Hl)Phosphorus tribomide(PBr3)Thionyl chloride(SOCl2)
  22. 22.  Alcohol react with a variety of reagents to yield alkyl halides. The most commonly used reagent are:a) Hydrogen Halides (HCI, HBr, HI) Only tertiary alcohol actively react with hydrogen halide. Reactivity followed the sequences: tertiary > secondary > primary alcohol R-OH HX , H2SO4 R-X + H2O
  23. 23. Reaction of tertiary C-OH with HX is fast and effective.Add HCI or HBr gas into ether solution of tertiary alcohol.Primary and secondary alcohols react very slowly and often rearrange, so alternative methods are used.
  24. 24. Primary and secondary alkyl halides are normally prepared from alcohols using eitherb) Thionyl chloride (SOCI2) SOCl2 : ROH  RClc) Phosphorus Tribromide (PBr3) PBr3 : ROH  RBr
  25. 25. Test yourself :How would you prepare the following alkylhalides from the corresponding alcohol?
  26. 26. -nucleophile -leaving group Nucleophilic substitution reaction -types : > SN 2Reaction of alkyl halides > SN 1 E1 Elimination Reaction E2 Grignard Reagents Organohalides Reaction Reduction of Alkyl Halides
  27. 27. Nucleophile• Species with lone pairs(fully or slightly negative).• Strongly attracted to a region of positive charge(nucleus).• Weak nucleophile does not contain negative charge. Eg : H2o, and undergo SN1 pathway.• Strong nucleophile contain negative charge(when in ionic form). Eg : I- and undergo SN2.• Due to heterolysis of carbon-halogen bond, nucleophile form new bond with carbon atom(replace halogen).• Examples of nucleophiles are: H2O, NH3, OH-, Cl-, Br-, CN-.
  28. 28. Examples of nucleophiles : OH- CN- H2 O NH3
  29. 29. Leaving group • Substituent that leave substrate. • Good substituent • Leave in stable condition • Weak molecule • Example(s) : • F(strong base) • Br • Cl (weak base) • I
  30. 30. Nucleophile Leaving group
  31. 31. NUCLEOPHILIC SUBSTITUTION BIMOLECULAR REACTION, SN2• Single step mechanism on 1° carbon.• No intermediates, only transition state.• Rate of reaction : k x [RX] x [Nu:]• Inversion of configuration.• Eg :
  32. 32. FACTOR THAT EFFECT S N 2 REACTIONSN2 StereochemistrySteric EffectNucleophileSolvent EffectLeaving Group
  33. 33. S N 2 S TEREOCHEMISTRY Changes in the configuration of the carbon atom of target molecules. Causes the inversion of configuration at a stereocenter. - R or S configuration - cis or trans configuration
  34. 34. S TERIC E FFECT Reactivity order in SN2 : CH3 > 1 > 2 > 3 Steric hindrance to attack by the nucleophile slows the rate n-Br > iso-Br > sec-Br > tert-Br
  35. 35. N UCLEOPHILE Negative charge is a stronger nucleophile than an analogous neutral species (OH- > H2O) & (NH2- > NH3) Nucleophilicity increase from left to right across the periodic chart (OH- > F-) Nucleophilicity increase down the periodic table (I- > Br-> Cl->F-)
  36. 36. S OLVENT E FFECT Protic solvent(–OH or NH groups ) - decrease the rate of SN2 reaction Protic solvent Aprotic solvent Aprotic solvent( H3COCH3, CH3CN , (CH3)2NCHO ) - increase the rate of SN2 reaction
  37. 37. L EAVING G ROUP The weakest bases (from strong acid) is the best leaving group ANION RELATIVE REACTIVITY OH-, NH2- << 1 F- 1 Cl- 200 Br- 10,000 I- 30,000
  38. 38. N UCLEOPHILIC S UBSTITUTION U NIMOLECULAR R EACTION (S N 1) "SN" stands for nucleophilic substitution and the "1" represents the fact that the rate-determining step is unimolecular The reaction show a second-order kinetics, with the rate law: Rate: k x[RX]
  39. 39. STEPS OF S N 1 REACTION Formation of carbocation Nucleophilic attack Deprotonation* Only occur if nucleophili is neutral molecule
  40. 40. EXAMPLE The hydrolysis of tert-butyl bromide with water forming tert- butyl alcohol
  41. 41. F ORMATION OF A TERT- BUTYL CARBOCATION Separation of a leaving group (a bromide anion) from the carbon atom Slow reaction
  42. 42. N UCLEOPHILIC ATTACK The carbocation reacts with the nucleophile When the solvent is water, the intermediate is an oxonium ion Fast reaction
  43. 43. D EPROTONATION Removal of a proton of the protonated nucleophile by water acting as a base forming the alcohol and a hydronium ion Fast reaction
  44. 44. Unimolecular nucleophilic substitution Ratedetermining step involves only 1 reactant. SN1 Two steps in mechanism. Rate = k [RX]
  45. 45. MECHANISM OF SN1  Heterolysis of C-X bond. - slow reaction - form carbocation - step for rate determiningCH3 Br CH3 C + Br CCH3 CH3 H3C CH3 leaving carbocation group
  46. 46.  Nucleophilic attack - carbocation form new bond in product. - fast reaction CH3 CH3 Nu C + Nu CH3C CH3 CH3 CH3
  47. 47. FACTORS THAT EFFECT SN1 REACTION SN 1 streochemistryLeaving group Steric effects Solvent effect nucleophile
  48. 48. FACTORS THAT AFFECT SN1 REACTION • Nucleophile did STERIC EFFECT not affect the rate of reaction of SN1• Carbocation formation • Weak nucleophile• Displacement • Stability order of from (in front, carbocation back side) benzyl>3>2>1• Racemization STREOCHEMIST RY NUCLEOPHILE
  49. 49. • Protic solvent increase rate of LEAVING GROUP reaction of SN1 reaction • Best leaving group• Protic solvent encourage • Weakest bases solvation of from strong acid carbocation • Stability of anion• Eg: EtOH, MeOH correlated to basicity SOLVENT EFFECT
  50. 50. COMPARISON BETWEEN SN1 AND SN2 REACTIONPARAMETER SN1 SN2KINETIC First order k[RX] Second order k[RX][Nu:]ALKYL HALIDE 3>2>1 CH3X > 1 > 2LEAVING GROUP Need good leaving Need good leaving group groupNUCLEOPHILE Weak nucleophile Strong nucleophile
  51. 51. ELIMINATION REACTION, E Bimolecular Elimination Reaction, E2Unimolecular EliminationReaction, E1
  52. 52. Alkyl halide treated with strong Second order kinetics base Rate = k [RX] E2 Occur with periplanar geometry Possible geometry(1 hydrogen atom, 2 carbon atom, - Syn planar geometry leaving group) - Anti planar geometry B: X B: H H X ANTI PERIPLANAR SYN PERIPLANAR
  53. 53. E1 Begin with loss Followed by loss of a First order- - of leaving group proton H+ from kinetics to generate carbocation to form Rate = k[RX] carbocation double bond intermediateH C C H C C+ + X XB: H C C+ B + C C H
  54. 54.  GRIGNARD  REDUCTIONS OF REAGENTS ALKYL HALIDE RX react with magnesium  Reaction which alkyl halide metal in ether or transform to alkane tetrahydrofuran (THF) solvent to organomagnesium halides, RMgX- grignards reagents
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