Bromobutane

Bromobutane (molecular formula : C4H9Br, molar mass : 137.02 g/mol) may refer to either of two chemical compounds:

  • 1-Bromobutane (n-butyl bromide)
  • 2-Bromobutane (sec-butyl bromide)
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2-Bromobutane
2-Bromobutane is an isomer of 1-bromobutane. 2-Bromobutane is also known as sec-butyl bromide or methylethylbromomethane. 2-Bromobutane is relatively stable, but is toxic and flammable ...
Topicity - Diastereotopic
... For example, the two hydrogen atoms of the CH2 moiety in (S)-2-bromobutane are diastereotopic ... red) with a bromine atom will produce the diastereomer (2S,3S)-2,3-dibromobutane (S)-2-bromobutane (2S,3R)-2,3-dibromobutane (2S,3S)-2,3-dibromobutane In chiral molecules ...
Topicity - Enantiotopic
... Replacement of one hydrogen atom (colored blue) with a bromine atom will produce (R)-2-bromobutane ... atom will produce the enantiomer (S)-2-bromobutane Butane (R)-2-bromobutane (S)-2-bromobutane Enantiotopic groups are identical and indistinguishable except in chiral environments ...