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Based on the priority chart, how do you determine the highest proprity

Based on the priority chart, how do you determine the highest proprity

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School: Pennsylvania State University
Department: Russian
Course: Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry I
Professor: Katherine masters
Term: Spring 2017
Tags: Ochem
Cost: 50
Name: Ochem 202: Final Study Guide
Description: Detailed lectures Reaction table chart Naming guide
Uploaded: 05/02/2017
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Reaction Name

Reactants

Type of Intermediate

Products

Can enantiomers form?

Hydration of ALkenes

Alkenes, H2O, (H2SO4 or H3PO4)

+

alcohol

yes

Dehydration of Alcohols

Alcohols and acid catalyst

+

Alkenes and H2O

no

Saponification

Ester and NaOH(aq)

-

Carboxylate, alcohol

no

Discher Esterification

Carboxylic Acid, acid catalyst, alcohol

+

Ester and H2O

no

Trans- esterification

Ester, alcohol, acid catalyst

+

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New alcohol

no

Aldol Reaction

(2)Aldehydes / Ketones and Base

-

Beta-hydroxy carbonl

yes

Aldol Condenstation

Beta- hydroxycarbonyl and Base

-

Alpha, beta unsaturated carbonyl

no

Hydride Reduction

Aldehyde or Ketone, 2 H3O+ (LiAlH4 or NaBH4)

-

alcohols

yes

SN2 Reaction

Alkyl halides

  • CN
  • OH

N/A

Newly substituted alkyl chain, variety of products

yes

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Naming Overview: updated

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  • I. Naming                         Substituents - Parent Chain - suffix

  • A. IUPAC guideline:

  • 1. Identify the longest carbon atom
  • 2. Label all substituents and functional groups
  • 3. Refer to the priority chart (given on the quiz) to determine the highest priority.
  • Update your labeling to match to appropriate suffix and/or substituent

  • 4. Number the parent chain so that the highest priority gets the lowest number
  • 1. Functional group
  • 2. C ≡ C, C = C
  • 3. Branching

  • 5. Write the full name → Substituents - parent chain - suffix
  • List substituents alphabetically, BUT ignore di, tri, tetra (-iso is alphabetized
  • Separate numbers from words with a hyphen
  • Separate numbers from numbers with a comma
  • 2 o + 3 o amines get an N not a number
  • Parent chain ending is determined by the hydrocarbon
  • Alkane → “an”
  • Alkene → “en”
  • Alkyne → “yn”

  • “Cyclo” in front; only if the parent chain is a ring.
  • Remember: if 2 or more are present in the chain include “a” before and indicate how many + where
  • Ex: hexa- 2,4, diene
  • Suffix → highest priority functional group (chart)
  • Include location if it is not number 1
  • (updated) R or S configuration → include if there is a chiral center
  • Ex: (S)- 4- methyl pentane- 2- ol

  • B. Common names → 1o amine
  • If the carbon group is simple (no parent chain)
  • Ending → “ylamine”
  • Know: alkyl substituents + aromatic substituent (lecture 9)

1/11 Lecture 2: Petrochemicals

  • Petrochemicals: are the source of organic compounds. Hydrocarbons
  •          Natural Gas                                 Crude Oil

                        Saturated: single bonds

  • Methane                                Naphtha
  • Ethane
  • Propane
  • Butane

                        

  •          Natural Gas                                 Crude Oil

Unsaturated: double or triple bonds

  • Methanol                                Benzene
  • Ethylene                                Toluene
  • Propylene                                Xylene
  • Butylene                                

Atom

Electron Configuration

Bonding Possibilities

H (hydrogen)

1s1; 1e- need 1e- more to fill

H ・ ・ atom

H- atom

Single bond only

C (carbon)

1s1 2s2 2p2; 4e- → need 4e- more for octet

  • Examples

Compound

MF

Line Bond

Skeletal

Ethane

C 2 H 6

Hydrogens are not drawn

Propane

C 3 H 3

Ethylene

C 2 H 4

=

Double bonds

Acetylene

C 2 H 2

Triple bonds

1/13 Lecture 3: Drawing Structures

  • 1. Atom or Element
  • 2. Electron Configuration
  • 3. Bonding Possibilities
  • 4. Drawing Structures
  • From lecture 2
  • 3 types of structures
  • 1. Line Bond
  • 2. Skeletal
  • 3. (CSF) Condensed Structural Formula  CH2 CH2
  • Reading CSF
  • CH 2 CH 2        Left → Right

  • Examples:
  • (CH 3)3 CCH2 CH3
  • Draw arrows connecting hydrogens to carbons
  • Count the carbons
  • Draw carbons first in a straight line
  • Draw groups (CH 3)3
  • Fill in the remaining hydrogen
  • Draw the longest chain of carbons
  • Start at 1 and work down the line (left to right). Are there additional carbons attached?
  • Use the model kit to show geometry
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