Study Guide for test 2
Study Guide for test 2 CHEM 2070 - 002
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Toni Thomason on Monday October 19, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to CHEM 2070 - 002 at Auburn University taught by Peter D Livant in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 98 views. For similar materials see Organic Chemistry I in Chemistry at Auburn University.
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Date Created: 10/19/15
Organic Chemistry Exam 2 Dr Livant Study Guide BEST OF LUCK TO EACH OF YOU Things to review for exam on 102315 Exam 2 material begins with notes from 92115 to present De ne and distinguish between stereoisomers enantiomers diastereomers superimposable elementary step mechanisms transition state molecularity Plane polarized light Optically active dextrorotary and levorotatory Be able to calculate observed and speci c rotationony thing that distinguishes stereoisomers The only physical property by which enantiomers differ is the signdirection of the speci c rotation CHIRAL COMPOUNDS not superimposable Be able to tell them apart nd the center con guration etc RS con guration Ranking groups Fischer projections Meso compounds Racemic mixtures 11 mixture of enantiomers ee of major enantiomerof minor enantiomer max of stereoisomers 2n where nof chiral centers look at ways to make and break bonds in organic reactions Practice drawing mechanisms Understand energy diagrams Gibbs free energy Enthalpy Entropy Energy Identify Transition states Look at relationship between delta G rate and delta G reaction HAMMONDS POSTULATE Look at patterns of energy diagrams Intermediate steps in a reaction amp rate determining steps Nucleophilic substitutions Sn1 vs Sn2 What kind of allql halides are suited to Sn1 What controls carbocation s stability 1St degree carbonSn2 2nCI degree both 3rCI degree Sn1 reactivity What makes a good nucleophile What makes a good leaving group How do you judge the quothappinessquot of the leaving group Protic vs Aprotic Differences Snl prefers polar protic solvents and Sn2 prefers polar aprotic quotSolvolysisquot Alkenes Work on canvas worksheets rearrangements and units of unsaturation Sapling learning SI worksheets and practice test Look at old tests they help A LOT
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