By K. Peter C. Vollhardt, Neil E. Schore
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The reactants could have first formed one or more unobserved substances — call these X — that rapidly changed into the observed products. These underlying details of the reaction constitute the reaction mechanism. In our example, the mechanism consists of two major parts: CH4 1 Cl2 n X followed by X n CH3Cl 1 HCl. Each part is crucial in determining whether the overall reaction will proceed. Substances X in our chlorination reaction are examples of reaction intermediates, species formed on the pathway between reactants and products.
The energy content of the two-atom system is then at a minimum, the most stable situation (Figure 1-2). An alternative to this type of bonding results from the complete transfer of an electron from one atom to the other. The result is two charged ions: one positively charged, a cation, and one negatively charged, an anion (Figure 1-3). Again, the bonding is based on coulombic attraction, this time between two ions. The coulombic bonding models of attracting and repelling charges shown in Figures 1-2 and 1-3 are highly simplified views of the interactions that take place in the bonding of atoms.
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Organic Chemistry: Structure and Function (6th Edition) by K. Peter C. Vollhardt, Neil E. Schore