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Chapters 14,15,16 Study guide Exam 1

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Chapters 14,15,16 Study guide Exam 1 CHEM 2760

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Exam 1 Organic Chemistry 2
Organic Chemistry 2760
Dr. Andrew Morehead
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Organic Chemistry, NMR, IR, h, Mass Spec, Mass Spectrum
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Shabree Bost on Tuesday February 2, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to CHEM 2760 at East Carolina University taught by Dr. Andrew Morehead in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 52 views. For similar materials see Organic Chemistry 2760 in Chemistry at East Carolina University.

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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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