For a distinction your work will show that you can consistently draw structural formula, identify and name organic compounds with almost no mistakes that you can describe typical reactions of some of the functional groups, with explanations with no mistakes and complete answers consistently. You should be able to draw mechanisms or organic reactions consistently using the correct notation. You will be able to calculate formulas and interpret spectra giving more than a basic explanation of the logic you used to come to your conclusions. Your report will show a logical and consistently complete set of explanations when interpreting tests and spectra, where all spectra is correctly interpreted.Resubmission (if applicable) If any of the assessment criteria for this assignment have not been met at Level 3, a resubmission may be permitted. Resubmission must follow the QAA guidelines and be permitted only once.Sigma bonds for between the hybrid orbitals of two adjacent atoms while the pi bonds form between the unhybridized orbitals of two adjacent atoms. Carbon compounds have both hybrid and unhybridized orbitals therefore they can form both sigma and pi bonds. The sigma bonds are formed by the compounds with single bonds while pi bonds are found in the double and triple bonds (Rawn & Ouellette, 2014). Using the appropriate arrow notation show the mechanism for the formation of a Halogenoalkane via free radical substitution of the following reactants clearly explaining how the reaction is initiated and where homolytic fission is taking place.The reaction starts with the initiation step where the bromine molecule is split into two bromine atoms by the hemolytic bond fission by impact absorption of the ultraviolet photon. From this stage is the chain propagation step where another new free radical is produced to continue the reaction. The last part of the reaction is the chain termination stage where the highly reactive free radicals are removed and the unpaired electrons form a new bond (Solomons, Fryhle & Snyder, 2014).b) Using the appropriate arrow notation show the mechanism for the formation of a Halogenoalkane/s via electrophilic addition of the following reactants clearly explaining how the reaction is initiated and where heterolytic fission is taking place. You also need to explain why you get two different products.d) The unknown compound was shown to
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