Write the electron configuration for each ion.
a. O2- b. Br- c. Sr2+
d. Co3+ e. Cu2+
OrganicChemistry 2Week 14 Important Information: Professor’s Email: email@example.com Class Website: organic.utep.edu/courses/2325 Class Code (E-book): utep2325spring2016 For the Amino Acid Lesson I am going to give you everything I have, it can be a little tricky but Remember D= R and L=S configurations. A quick note about this guide they show all the amino acids as NH2 and OH groups for this lesson take the hydrogen off of the OH group of the carboxylic group and give it to the NH2 group. Also all the amino acids above are in L or S form except Cysteine which is R in L form. L27 L28 So now you know the steps here are a few examples if you need more help. S10- Two Sweeteners This is just a substitution, the aldehyde group is replaced by NH. This removed the double bond so CN can come in. Another substitution on the CN carbon, the nitrogen is removed and replaced by a carboxylic group. The OH group is converted to an O-CH3 group. This is a different structure in step 6 the two structure are put together. This is the two structure put together. MAKE SURE TO CHECK HYDROGENS AT CHIRAL CENTER. The chiral center in this structure are the carbons connected to nitrogens, the carbon third from the left and the carbon to the right of the mi