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Chemical Induction Of melanoma: Structural Bases and organic Mechanisms quantity IIA offers with the natural and biochemical ideas at the back of cancer.
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Substitution Reactions. Tetrahedral Carbon Atom | 19 REACTIONS OF ALKANES The hydrogen atoms in alkanes may be replaced by halogen atoms and other more complex chemical groupings. These are called substitution reactions. For example : H I r H i H-C^H I L H I CI—CI ► H - C - C l + HCI I H methyl chloride J Further substitution leads successively to CH 2 C1 2 (dichloromethane), CHC1 3 (chloroform), and CC1 4 (carbon tetrachloride). Substitution of the longer chain n-alkanes yields, for example : CH3-CH2-CI CH3-CH2-CH2-CI CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-CI ethyl chloride A7-propyl chloride /7-butyl chloride The generic name of such compounds is alkyl chlorides.
1). Now, it follows from the tetrahedral valence angles of the carbon atom that the true representation of a fully extended carbon chain is that of a "zigzag" line, with the hydrogen atoms being above and below the plane of the paper (Fig. 2). Longer chains may be folded in various ways as long as the correct valence angles are maintained. These different possible ways of folding of the chains are termed conformations. However, in spite of the possibility of these different ways of folding, some conformations are more likely to exist than others.
These are the alicyclic hydrocarbons. Because of the geometric requirements of the tetrahedral carbon atom (to avoid distortion of the valence angles) the 5- and 6-membered rings are the most stable. 1 Alkanes. Isomerism. Substitution Reactions. Tetrahedral Carbon Atom | 25 For the same reason these rings are buckled and not planar as the conventional representation would indicate (Fig. 4). Cyclohexane is ordinarily in the most stable "chair" conformation. In contrast to the 5- and 6-membered ring systems, in the 3- and 4-membered compounds there is considerable distortion of the tetrahedral angles.