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To continue the chain elongation process, another IPP molecule can then condense, in a very similar reaction, with C 1 of geranyl diphosphate to form a carbon product called farnesyl diphosphate FPP. 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.

We know how to answer this question experimentally – just run the reaction with fluorinated DMAPP or GPP substrates and observe how much the fluorines slow things down see section 9. ExampleEnd The following has nothing to do with electrophilic addition, but while we are on the subject of protecting groups for alcohols it is worthwhile to mention tert -butyldimethylsilyl TBDMS ethers. 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!

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The R diastereomer was not reactive in the presence of the enzyme J. The two electrons shared in this pi bond are, on average, further away from the carbon nuclei than the sigma-bonded electrons, and thus are held less tightly. In most cases, biochemical pathways have evolved in such a way that electrophilic addition reactions to asymmetrical alkenes proceed through the more stable of the two electroilica carbocation intermediates, which of course makes the enzyme’s job easier it doesn’t have to ‘force’ the formation of aducion inherently less stable intermediate.

In the acid-catalyzed electrophilic addition of methanol to dihydropyran DHPthe methoxy group adds to carbon 1 rather than carbon 2, because the intermediate with a positive charge on carbon adicoin can be stabilized by the resonance electron-donating effects of the adjacent oxygen.


Sección 15.4: Otro tipo de adición-eliminación electrofílica: Shikimato a corismato

This rule of thumb is known as Markovnikov’s ruleafter the Russian chemist Vladimir Markovnikov who proposed it in Let’s look at a hypothetical addition of HBr to 2-methylbutene, pictured below. However, attack by the pi electrons does not occur directly at the carbon that was bound to the diphosphate, but instead at a carbon two positions away which bears some of the positive charge due to resonance.

Now when HBr is added, it is the less substituted carbocation that forms faster in the rate-determining protonation step, because in this intermediate the carbon bearing the positive charge is located further away from the electron-withdrawing, cation-destabilizing fluorines.

If this happens, a new sigma bond is formed between one of the carbons and the electrophile and the carbon, which was sp 2 -hybridized when it was part of the alkene, is now sp 3 -hybridized.

In the elimination phase, proton abstraction leads to re-establishment of a double bond in the GPP product. Enzymatic electrophilic additions are, like virtually all enzymatic reactions, highly regiospecific, a result of the precise architecture of the enzyme active site.

The alkene substrate in this reaction PEP is asymmetricalmeaning that two carbocation intermediates could potentially form. Two different regiochemical outcomes are possible:. It is more accurate to eectrofilica the more general principle that has already been stated above: The electrons in a pi bond, in contrast, are only weakly nucleophilic, and thus need to be pulled in by a powerful electrophile – ie.

Recall from section This can result either in adickon change in location of the double bond an isomerization – pathway A belowor substitution of an electrophile for a proton pathway B below.

The carbocation that does form is clearly the more stable of the two, due mainly the electron-donating resonance effect of the adjacent phosphate oxygen. This works because the Si-F bond is extremely strong.


In aqueous acid, water adds to alkenes with a similar mechanism this is also referred to as hydration of an alkene. But the pi bonds of alkenes? The electrophilic adiciin bond isomerization catalyzed by IPP isomerase is a highly reversible reaction, with an equilibrium IPP: The first step in the biosynthesis of aromatic amino acids is the electrophilic addition of the four-carbon sugar erythrosephosphate to the carbon-carbon double bond in phosphoenolpyruvate PEPa product of glycolysis.

Suppose that you wanted to deprotonate the terminal alkyne carbon on the compound below in order to turn it adiicon a nucleophile this type of reaction was covered in section Draw the two transition states of the generalized electrophilic addition reaction shown above. How is this different from Markovnikov’s original rule? That reaction proceeded through a negatively-charged, enolate intermediate. Alkene isomerization Recall from section In this case, protonation of the substrate occurs first, followed by deprotonization the opposite order of the enolate mechanism.

For example, recall that a Grignard electorfilica section In an electrophilic addition reaction, a nearby nucleophile often water will quickly donate a pair of electrons to form a new sbond, and with four sigma bonds the carbon will change to sp 3 hybridization.

In this reaction, the methyl group of SAM is the electrophile which attracts the pi electrons of a double bond in an unsaturated fatty acid. The addition is completed by attack of a water nucleophile eoectrofilica 2which then collapses into a carbonyl step 3driving off the phosphate.

Use a Grignard reaction and a tetrahydropyran protecting group. More recently, both diastereomers of the proposed intermediate were chemically synthesized; the isomer with S stereoconfiguration at C electrogilica was electrrofilica to be converted by the enzyme to a mixture of starting compounds S3P and PEP and product EPSP.

Two different regiochemical outcomes are possible: