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Color-coordinated detailed notes about lecture on 2/10! Arrhenius equations, frequency factors, reaction mechanisms, elementary reactions, intermediates, molecularity, unimolecular reactions, bimolecular reactions, termolecular reactions
Detailed, color-coded notes covering the things in lecture this day! Legible handwriting!
These notes are detailed and color-coded Chem 103 review of molecular structures to be completed before whole class 1/22. Legible handwriting!
Detailed, color-coded notes about 1/31 Lecture! Condensation reactions, Hydrolysis reactions, Kinetics and Reaction Rates. Legible handwriting!
These are a basic review of the big topics that are going to be on the first Midterm.
Detailed, color-coded notes about what was covered in the 1/24 lecture and more! Alkenes, alkynes, alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, esters, amines, and amides. Legible handwriting!
These notes cover the reactions that will most likely be seen on the next exam.
These notes cover characteristics of phenols and a little bit about ketones and aldehydes
Detailed, color-coded notes about 1/29 lecture and more! Covering alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carbonyl groups, carboxylic acids, esters, amines, amides, IMFs and a handy dandy chart to reference the differences between them all. Legible handwriting!
Basic outline of whats going to be on next exam
Detailed, color-coded notes about 2/5 lecture! Covers reaction orders, flooding, integrated rate laws, and initial rates. Legible handwriting!
These notes cover ortho/para and meta directors; as well as a little bit of allylic and benzylic sites.
These notes cover ketones, aldehydes, and carboxylic acids.
The half-life for zero, first and second-order reactions, activation energy, transition state, reaction coordinate diagram, activated complex
This study guide gives an overview of everything that has been learned and is expected to be on the exam.
These notes cover chapter 17 (lecture from before the exam and the lecture after)
These notes cover Suzuki, Heck, RCM, and SnAR reactions