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3 Major Rxn Types
Addition
Elimination
Substitution
regioselective
describes the addition of hydrogen halides
One of the two possible orientations of an addition is preferable
oxymercuration
involves electrophilic attack on a double bond by +Hg(OAc)
demercuration
Rxn that follows oxymercuration in order to remove mercury atom.
Mercury is replaced by H from NaBH4.
alkoxymercuration
converts alkenes to ethers
heterogeneous catalysis
when the (solid) catalyst is in a different phase from the reactant solution
homogeneous catalysis
involves reactants and catalyst in the same phase (as in acid-catalyzed dehydration of an alcohol)