Study guide for exam II
Study guide for exam II CHEM2410
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Study guide for exam II of Organic Chemistry I Chapter 4 5 and 6 Chapter 49 Isomers What are isomers Isomers constitutional isomers Stereoisomers Stereoisomers cistrans isomers isomers that contain asymmetric centers How to differentiate cistrans isomers there properties What kind of alkanes don t have cisOtrans isomers Chiral molecules vs achiral molecules Compounds with asymmetric center Enantiomersknow their properties Superimposable vs nonsuperimposable Asymmetric canter versus Stereocenter Perspective projection vs Fisher projection Naming enantiomers Priorities of group R and S configuration Dextrorotatory vs Levorotatory Calculation of specific rotation and observed rotation Calculation for enantiomer excess Compounds with two asymmetric centers Diastereomers A Meso compound Naming stereoisomers Physical properties of stereoisomers Amine inversion VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVV Chapter 5 9 Alkenes Molecular formula and the degree of unsaturation Saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons Nomenclature of alkenes Nomenclature of Dienes Nomenclature of cyclic alkenes Vinylic and Allylic Carbons The EZ system of Nomenclature Relative priorities E and Z isomers Reactions of organic compound Electrophiles vs Nucleophile How to draw Curved Arrows Thermodynamics and Kinetics Reaction coordinate diagram Equilibrium constant Exergonic and Endergonic reactions Gibbs freeEnergy AG VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVVV Free energy of activation AG Fasts and slow reactions Rate of reaction The Arrhenius equation How catalyst affect reactions Enzymes Chapter 6 9 The reactions of Alkenes VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV Reactions mechanism Electrophilic addition reaction Addition of hydrogen reactions Which sp2 carbon gets the H Carbocation stabilities Stabilization of hyperconjugation Transition state Regioselective vs not regioselective Acidcatalyzed addition of water Mechanism of Acidcatalyzed addition of water Acidcatalyzed addition of alcohol Mechanism of acidcatalyzed addition of alcohol Major products and minor products Carbocation rearrangement 12 hydride shift 12methyl shift Hydroboration oxidation Mechanism of hydroboration Alkylborane vs dialkylborane Addition of C12 and BI z Mechanism of addition of a halogen Cyclic bromonium ion Formation of Halohydrins Mechanism of formation of halohydrins Formation of epoxide Mechanism of formation of epoxide and there nomenclature Ozonolysis Mechanism for ozonide formation Ketones vs Aldehyde Addition of hydrogen Mechanism of addition of hydrogen Stability of hydrogenation Steric train Relative stabilities of disubstituted alkenes Regioselective reaction Stereoselective reaction Stereospecific reaction Racemic mixture Formation of a second asymmetric center Syn vs anti addition Erythro vs Threo stereoisomers Stereospecificity of an enzymecatalyzed reaction gt Compound that can be formed from an alkene Good luck studying for the exam
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