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Exam 1 Review Guide

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Exam 1 Review Guide 101 Organic Chemistry

Veronica Notetaker
CNM Central New Mexico Community College
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Organic Chemistry 2210 101
Linda Smith
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Veronica Notetaker on Thursday March 17, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to 101 Organic Chemistry at CNM Central New Mexico Community College taught by Linda Smith in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see Organic Chemistry 2210 101 in Chemistry at CNM Central New Mexico Community College.

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Date Created: 03/17/16
Chem 2210  Exam 1 Review Make sure you know:  How to identify functional groups  How to name alkanes, alkenes, alkynes and benzenes  How to correct an incorrect naming of a compound (re­write and lowest  numbers)  How to go from an expanded structural formula to a condensed one  Carbocation formation in addition reactions of alkenes  Oxidation of alcohols including how potassium permanganate changes color and how dichromate changes color upon oxidation of the alcohol  Polarity and dispersion forces with respect to solubility in water  Which compounds are able to have cis­trans geometric configurations  Electrophilic reactions of benzenes (otherwise unreactive)  Molecular formulas for chlorine, bromine, iodine  How to recognize constitutional isomers, e.g., use molecular formula first to  make sure they are the same.  The stability of the alkenes produced from alkene dehydration reactions  Hydrogen bonding to –OH, N­H, C­O­C and –N:  “Specially” named benzenes with “common” names that are IUPAC  compliant  Molecular formula of alcohol/ether  Single product versus multiple products from dehydration of alcohols to  alkenes – recall the requirement for dehydration as well  Structure of common names for isobutyl, s­butyl, isopropyl and t­butyl  alcohols, a.k.a isobutanol, s­butanol, isopropanol, t­butanol


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