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Intro notes, suggested homework
Notes from 1/17 and 1/19
Functional groups, acid-base reactions, hybridization (see handout on blackboard for more hybridization problems)
the last bit of material that will be on the first exam; basicity trends, dipole moments, melting points & naming
A list of concepts by chapter that will be on the first exam and some practice problems for most of the concepts
End of chapter 4 and beginning of chapter 5; isomers, chirality and ring flips
finishing ch 5, beginning ch 6; substitution reactions of alkyl halides
Ch 7: elimination reactions and their rate equations, how to determine what type of equation (SN1/SN2/E1/E2) occurs with what nuc/base strength
Concepts to know and practice questions from chapters 3-7; answer key included
notes on 7 addition to alkenes reactions, will be on exam 3
Ozanalysis mechanisms, solvents, radical reactions & mechanisms
Ether reactions, reactions of alkynes, synthesis reactions
covers all the reactions that will be on exam 3
epoxide reactions (will not be on 3rd exam, but will be on the final), reactions of ethers (will be on exam 3) and exam review
oxidation and reduction of alcohols
compilation of all notes from this course
These notes cover the first chapter of material.
This week we finished the functional groups and started on acids and bases.
These notes cover the rest of chapter 2 and the beginning of chapter 3.
These notes cover Newmann projections
These notes cover what is going to be on the exam.