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We electrfilica already seen section 9. Additional evidence that the first step is a carbocation-intermediate electrophilic addition was provided by an experiment in which the reaction was run in D 2 O with PEP and a deoxy analog of S3P Acc. If you look carefully at this product of this reaction, you should recognize that it is a cyclic acetal section Instead, a glutamate residue acts as a base, abstracting a proton from C 2 of the intermediate to initiate an elimination.

Predict the product of the following reaction: We have already discussed the mechanisms of steps 2 and 3, which are Electrkfilica eliminations section In this case, the pyrophosphate group on DMAPP is the leaving group, and the electrophilic species is the resulting allylic carbocation.

Conjugated alkenes can undergo 1,2 or 1,4 electrophilic addition: This chemical step is part the pathway by which some bacteria -including those that cause tuberculosis and leprosy – form distinctive branched-chain fatty acids for incorporation into their cell walls J.

In the next step of isoprenoid biosynthesis, the two five-carbon isomers condense to form a carbon isoprenoid product called geranyl diphosphate GPP. After formation of the new carbon-carbon bond, the alcohol group can be ‘deprotected’ by adding aqueous acid. These adicio are not free, they are already involved in a bond! The first step is ionization of the electrophile – in other words, the leaving group departs and a carbocation intermediate is formed.


The alkyne can now be abstracted with a strong base, then used to form a new carbon-carbon bond. As a result, the predominant product is the secondary rather than the tertiary bromoalkane.

We have already seen one common laboratory electrophilic addition reaction: These results strongly suggest indicate the formation of a carbocation intermediate in an S N 1-like displacement.

However, this would not lead to the correct connectivity observed in chorismate – the oxygen nucleophile needs to attack at C 2 – but that does not represent a Michael addition! The addition is completed by attack of a water nucleophile step 2which then collapses into a carbonyl step 3driving off the phosphate.

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If the mechanism is S N 2-like, the fluorine substitutions should not have a noticeable effect, because a carbocation intermediate would not be formed. In the example above, the difference in carbocation stability can be accounted for by the electron-donating effects of the extra methyl group on one side of the double bond.

DMAPP ratio of about 6: It is more accurate to use the more general principle that has already been stated above:. Notice that the intermediate with a positive charge on C 2 is the more stable of the two carbocation possibilities.

Sección 15.3: Isomerización y sustitución electrofílica (adición-eliminación)

While it is useful in many cases, Markovikov’s rule does not apply to all possible electrophilic additions. Electrophilic addition reactions – the general picture In electrophilic reactions, pi-bonded electrons act as bases and nucleophiles.

In the condensation addition step, the C 3 -C 4 double bond in IPP attacks the positively-charged Electrofilicq 1 of DMAPP, resulting in a new carbon-carbon bond and a second carbocation intermediate, this time at a tertiary carbon.


Glyphosate is a potent inhibitor of EPSP synthase, and thus plants exposed to it die because they are not able to synthesize aromatic amino acids. In each of the enzymatic examples described in the following section, we will consider the inherent stability of the cationic intermediate.

The electrophilic double bond isomerization catalyzed by IPP isomerase is a highly reversible reaction, with an equilibrium IPP: So it makes perfect sense that the chain elongation reaction should more S N 1-like than S N 2-like.

In order to form only the desired product, the enzyme must stabilize one carbocation intermediate over the other, but exactly how this is accomplished is not yet clear.

When the reaction was stopped midway by denaturing the enzyme with the mild base triethylamine, the intermediate was actually stable enough to be isolated and directly characterized by NMR J. Conjugated alkenes can undergo 1,2 or 1,4 electrophilic addition:. The first step in an electrophilic addition, in which the pi electrons in an alkene break away to attack an electrophile, is slower than the second step, in which a nucleophile attacks the positively charged intermediate.

This can result either in a change in location of the double bond an isomerization – pathway A belowor substitution of an electrophile for elecrrofilica proton pathway B below. Rather, addition of the S3P nucleophile at C2 implies an electrophilic carbocation intermediate mechanism, with protonation occurring prior to nucleophilic attack by the S3P hydroxyl:.