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Hello everybody, we can all agree that these past weeks have been tough and many of you don't have the time to go over all the material. Here are the notes I've taken from class. I try to make them the most detailed and organized as possible so you don't get confused.
Ch.20: Carbonyl Condensations. One week of notes, Dr. Salvador. Describes the Aldol Condensation and strategies to do it from examples. Claisen Condensation with strategies from examples. Acetone Deriv
Carbonyl Condensations: Aldol Condensation, Aldol Addition, alpha-beta-unsaturated carbon yield synthesis showed with possible outcomes of two aldehydes. Strategies for Mixed Aldol. Aldehyde + ketone.
Free Radical Substitution, stability, kinetic, thermodynamic, Br, Cl, Fl, selectivity factor, entholpy of reaction, allylic substitution, Reduction of Carbon Yields to Alcohols, Reductions with metals and alcohols, tuneling of lone pairs, reductions with metals and no alcohols, acyloin condensation, Birch Reduction, Donating groups and withdrawing groups. Thiol Acetals
This is covering Week 1 (actually week 2). I did the homeworks early, so you can get help if you get it before its due. This covers L1,L2, and L3.
This includes lecture notes, as well as the reading for L4-6. I include detailed examples from the homework as well.
This includes examples for L7 AND L8 and the steps for S1 as it is the foundations for the other synthesis, so I took my time to try to explain what is going on.
This is a study guide for exam 1 covering the main topics that will be on the exam.
I covered S2, an extension on S1. L9 is also covered and covers chirality in dienes (Cumulenes).
This covers L10 (how to do it), L11 with all the answers because no one has time for those long matrices! And L12 I give 4 examples and tell you the best way of doing them.
This week covers L13 and what disrotatory and conrototary are. L14 covers common benzene derivative names, and L15 covers the aromatic names.
Sorry for not posting week 7 just spring break and everything. In these notes I show how to do the synthesizes coming up.
Covers topics from practice exam.
This covers the two synthesizes for next week.
It goes over the homeworks for the week, all complete.
Sorry for this being late my husband's grandfather died and I was busy saturday and sunday making plans for him to go AZ. However, this covers the three lessons for the week.
I tried to cover everything that could be from reactions of aldehydes and ketones, to the different reactions we have learned: claisen, aldol, robinson, and michael. I also covered a few of the questions on the practice exam we took.
This covers the final three lessons! I gave detailed notes on the peptide lesson and how to do the final synthesis as well.
This covers Carbohydrates: reactions, D and L, R and S, Beta and Alpha