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CHMY 211 Exam 1 Study Guide

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This 6 page Study Guide was uploaded by Bronwyn on Friday September 16, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to CHMY 211-001 at Montana State University taught by Kristian H. Schlick in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 107 views. For similar materials see Elements of Organic Chemistry in Organic Chemistry at Montana State University.

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Date Created: 09/16/16
EXAM 1  Chapters 1­4  Tue, Sept 20    1. Name the following functional groups and give the pKa value when possible.        2. Match the following.      3. Evaluate the formal charge of the R ​ ED ​atoms.        4.  Define the following terms.    a. Polar:    b. Nonpolar:    c. Octet Rule:    d. Acid:    e. Base:     f. Anion:    g. Cation:     h. Allylic:    i. Vinylic:    j. Cis:    k. Trans:    l. VSEPR:    m. E/Z notation:    5.  Name the following compounds.      6. Draw 2 isomers for each of the following compounds.    Answers    1. Name the following functional groups and give the pKa value when possible.      2. Match the following.      3. Evaluate the formal charge of the R ​ ED ​atoms.            4.  Define the following terms.    a. Polar: u ​ nequally shared e​ in a covalent bond    ­​ b. Nonpolar: e ​ qually shared e​ in a covalent bond    st​ nd​ c. Octet Rule: ​an atom wants a full outer shell (2 in 1​  shell, 8 in 2​ , etc)    d. Acid: ​donate H​  to base    e. Base: ​accept H​  from acid    f. Anion: ​negative ion    g. Cation: ​positive ion    h. Allylic: ​next to a double bond    i. Vinylic: a ​ t a double bond    j. Cis: ​groups on the same side of ring/C=C    k. Trans: ​groups on opposite sides of ring/C=C    ­​ l. VSEPR: ​the theory that regions of e​ density repel each other to have a maximum  distance between them  m. E/Z notation: Z ­ when groups of higher priority are on the same side of C=C  E ­ when groups of higher priority are on the opposite side of C=C    5.  Name the following compounds.      6. Draw 2 isomers for each of the following compounds.   


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