51B. Lecture 08. Alkenes, Part 3.
Recorded on January 25, 2013.
Index of Topics:
00:07- Foul smell complaints in southern England after gas leak
00:51- Mercaptans stink
02:23- The Lubrizol plant map
04:03- 10.8: Addition of Electrophiles to Alkenes
5:44- 10.12: Hydration: Acid-Catalyzed Addition of H2O
09:49- 0.12: Hydration: Acid-Catalyzed Addition of H20
15:30- 10.13: Halogenation: Addition of Br2 and Cl2
18:26- 10.13: Mechanism Involves a 3-Membered Ring Halonium Ion
25:28- 10.14: Stereochemistry of Halogenation
30:44- 10.14: Halogenation Stereochemistry
36:08- 10.15: Halohydrin Formation: Halogenation in Water
40:54- 10.15: Halohydrin Formation: Halogenation in Water-Steps
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