Chapters 14,15,16 Study guide Exam 1
Chapters 14,15,16 Study guide Exam 1 CHEM 2760
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Exam 1 ( Chapters 14,15,12) Chem 2760 study guide Define m/z. What can be found from the base peak? The more stable the fragment the … please finish the sentence. What can be deviried from the M+ value? If the M+ value is odd what can that indicate? What are the three steps of reading a Mass Spectrum? We spoke about them in class. An M-18 peak can indicate a loss of what…? What peaks and ratios can indicate a Br? Or Cl is present? Define heterolytic and hemolytic. How would a bond between carbon and a more electronegative atom break? How would a bond between carbon and an atom of similar electronegativity break? Where are N-H, O-H, and C-H stretch found on an IR spectra? C=N, C=C? C=O, C=N, C=C? Where is the fingerprint area? What can indicate a benzene is present within an IR spectra? What can stronger bonds indicate? Name a characteristic of a O-H stretch? Where would it be located? What is an IR spectrum used for? What does a NMR spectroscopy identify? What direction is downfield? What makes a proton deshielded? 1 13 Review where signals appear for H and C NMR Spectroscopy. Can be found within the class notes. What do integration values indicate? If there are two neighbors for a signal, how will it split? Review more examples within notes. What can high symmetry do to the number of signals? What is located at 0ppm? 13 If C NMR shows less signals than formula what does that indicate? If a signal is closer to an electronegative atom, what can that do? Chapter 12— review notes.
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