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Organic Chemistry

by: Amanda Biddlecome

Organic Chemistry Chemistry 2230

Amanda Biddlecome
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These notes cover the last little bit of Chapter 5 and they also give all of the general topics that you will need to know for Dr. Schroeder's second exam that happens on Friday of this week.
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Date Created: 02/29/16
Organic  Chemistry  2230   Exam  2  Final  Notes   March  2,  2016   Amanda  Biddlecome     1)  Nomenclature  of  Triple  Bonds     -­‐all  prior  rules  apply  but  the  parent  is  –yne     -­‐alkyne=lowest  possible  number  and  substituents  get  lowest  possible     number     -­‐when  there’s  two  triple  bonds,  you  want  them  both  to  have  the  lowest     possible  numbers;  then  put  the  numbers  before  the  parent  of  before  the  –di     -­‐if  there’s  a  triple  and  a  double  bond  on  one  parent,  put  the  lowest  numbers     for  both  and  then  alphabetize  –ene  and  –yne     -­‐if  there’s  a  tie  between  the  triple  and  the  double,  the  double  takes  priority     and  gets  the  lower  number;  still  alphabetize  the  endings           EXAM  TIPS:     1)  Stereochemistry       -­‐Naming/Drawing       *(R)/(S):  prioritize  one  atom  at  a  time  by  atomic  number     -­‐Templates:  Sawhorse,  Skeletals,  Tripods,  Chairs,  Newman,  Fischer       *number  carbon  chains  properly       *chairs:  want  the  most  number  of  substituents  in  the  equatorial         position  to  get  a  stable  structure;  if  there’s  a  tie  for  the  number  of         equatorial  vs  axial,  you  want  the  larger  structures  to  be  in  the           equatorial  position  to  be  stable       2)  Alkenes/Alkynes     -­‐Naming/Drawing       *prioritizing       *vinyl  vs  allyl       *ethynyl  vs  propargyl       *(E)  vs  (Z)          


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