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    Quiz Bank 8

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    Quiz Bank 8 1. Provide a structure for an ester that is in agreement with the spectroscopy data presented below. The mass is 194 g/mol and the structure has a bromine atom. 13 C NMR () 170.3, 62.3, 49.1, 29.7, 15.2 and 13.0 1 H NMR () 4.21 (q, 2H), 4.19 (

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    Midterm_1_W11_Key

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    Chem 6AL W11 Russak 24 January 2011 Midterm 1 KEY The following questions are all multiple choice. Write and bubble in your perm #, write your name You may only have a pen/pencil and a simple calculator, nothing e

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    Spectroscopy_Workbook_1

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    Chem 6AL Russak Fall 2010 Name_ TA/Section_ Experiment 8 Spectroscopy Workbook I This workbook consists of instruction and problems related to the elucidation of structural information based on one or more forms o

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    Spectroscopy_Workbook_2

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    Chem 6AL Russak Fall 2010 Name_ TA/Section_ Experiment 8 Spectroscopy Workbook II Part 4. Elucidating the Structure given 13C NMR spectra The same manner of investigation will be applied as you did in 1H

  • 17 Pages CHEM 6A Final Winter
    CHEM 6A Final Winter

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    CHEM 6A Final Name_ Hand-in the scantron and keep the exam. TAs Name_ Use pencil only, completely fill in the ovals, fill in your perm number on the scantron, and write your TA's name on the scantron.(10pts) The integrations are under each signal in

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    Midterm 1 W10 Key

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    Chem6ALW10 Russak 1February2010 Midterm1KEY Thefollowingquestionsareallmultiplechoice.Pleasefilloutthescoresheetwithyourname.You mustputyourpermnumberonthescoresheetandfillinthebubblesassociatedwithittoreceivecredit fortheexam.Thereareequationsonthebacksh

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    Exp7w08

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    Experiment 7: Carbonyl Reduction: Sodium Borohydride Reduction of 4-tert-Butylcyclohexanone. Mohrig, Chapter 18. See slides and Mohrig Chapters for a discussion of MS, IR & NMR Aldehydes and ketones play a central role in organic chemistry and many r

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    Final W10 Key

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    Chem 6AL Russak 17 March 2010 7:3010:30 pm Final Exam KEY The following questions are all multiple choice. Please fill out the score sheet with your name and perm number. Your perm number MUST be both written and

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    Spectroscopy Workbook

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    Chem 6AL Russak Winter 2010 Name_ TA/Section_ Spectroscopy Workbook This workbook consists of instruction and problems related to the elucidation of structural information based on one or more forms of spectroscopic

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    Quiz Bank 3

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    Quiz Bank 3 1. Joe Chemist distilled an EtOH/H2O mixture using a simple distillation and obtained 6 mL of distillate (the liquid that comes out of the apparatus, not the liquid left inside). When Jane Chemist attempted to separate the same mixture using a

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    Experiment 6

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    Experiment 6: Photochemical Isomerization of cis-1,2dibenzoylethylene and Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) (Mohrig Chapter 15) In this experiment, the technique of thin layer chromatography (TLC) along with destructive and non-destructive visualization tec

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    Final_W10

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    Chem 6AL Russak 17 March 2010 7:3010:30 pm Final Exam The following questions are all multiple choice. Please fill out the score sheet with your name and perm number. Your perm number MUST be both written and the

  • 3 Pages Chem_6A_Syllabus_W11
    Chem_6A_Syllabus_W11

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    Chem 6A Syllabus Instructor: Dr. Justin A. Russak Office: PSBN 3649A Office hours: WF 11-1150 am Email: jrussak@chem.ucsb.edu Phone: 805-893-7485 office 805.720.0007 cell Required Materials: 1. Text: Techniques in Organic Chemistry, 3rd Ed., Jerry Mohrig

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    Lecture_2

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    Colligative Properties Melting Point and Experiment 1 Infrared Spectroscopy Properties of solutions that depend upon the number of particles, not the mass. Freezing (Melting) point depression Boiling point elevation Freezing Pointtotal = Freezing Points

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    Lecture_3_no_audio

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    Lecture 3 Boiling Point and Vapor Pressure Experiment 2 Should be reading for Week 3: Should be reading for Week 4: Chapter 4- Glassware Chapter 13-13.4, 13.8 Distillation Chapter 11- Extraction Chapter 12- Drying Organic Liquids Chapter 15- Recrystalliz

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    Lecture 7 With Ink

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    Lecture 7 Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (MS) Experiment 7 Concept is based on: Mobile Phase: Liquid or gas that carries compounds through the solid phase Solid Phase: A stationary composite through which the compound and the mobile phase interact

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    Quiz Bank 7

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    1 Quiz Bank 7 13 H and C NMR 1. What are the 4 types of information that NMR tells us? 2. Signals in the H NMR dont always show up as a single peak. What is this phenomenon? 3. What do the integration values (area underneath each peak) correlate to? 4. So

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    Lecture 8 Combined Spectra Optical Activity Often, one form of characterization is not enough to deduce the structure IR can give you functional group info, but not necessarily connectivity or quantity NMR can give you quantity and connectivity, but dete

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    Lecture 6 With Ink

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    Lecture 6 NMR Spectroscopy Liquid Chromatography Experiment 6: Reduction with NaBH4 So what does NMR tell us? This is an extremely powerful tool! Number of protons on the molecule What kind of atoms the protons are attached to The number of adjacent prot

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    Lecture 5

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    Lecture 5 Thin Layer Chromatography Experiment 5: Photoisomerization NMR Spectroscopy Chromatography Three types we will discuss: Separation of complex mixtures of compounds Name insinuates separation of colored compounds Thin-Layer Chromatography Liquid

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    Lecture 4

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    Lecture 4 You must WRITE and BUBBLE your name and Perm # Any corrections or additions will be put up on the projector Grade Checker http:/www.chem.ucsb.edu/cgiwrite/grades/ Grades will be posted Quick note on Infrared Spectroscopy Sublimation Experiment

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    Lecture 3 With Ink

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    Lecture 3 Reading Assignments Lab Reports Important to keep up with material TAs should be returning your work the following lab so you have feedback. Midterm next Monday Grade Checker (will be up by this Friday) http:/www.chem.ucsb.edu/cgiwrite/grade

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    Lecture 2 With Ink

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    Lecture 2 Have a calculator handy! What is the Global Picture of Org. Chemistry? Boiling Point and Vapor Pressure Experiment 2 Intro to Infrared Spectroscopy Starts with Validation Apply for funding (research grants) Research facility/research group Publi

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    Lecture 1 With Ink

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    Fall Fall 2009 Lecture 1 Justin A. Russak Website : www.chem.ucsb.edu jrussak@chem.ucsb.edu Chem 2148 office Chem 2245 Lab Office hours MW 11-12 or by appointment hours MW 11 or by appointment Navigate to Departmental Course Pages Username = chem6al chem

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    Lecture_4

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    Lecture 4 A. Awesome, aced it B. Probably managed a B C. Didnt really grasp it too well D. Where am I? Boiling Point and Vapor Pressure Experiment 2 Review of Acid/Base Chemistry Extraction Techniques Drying Organic Liquids Recrystallization Experiment 3

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    Lecture_5

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    Lecture 5 Extraction Techniques Drying Organic Liquids Recrystallization Experiment 4 NMR Spectroscopy A. B. C. D. Anhydride Amide Acid Chloride Carboxylic acid A. B. C. D. Anhydride Amide Acid Chloride Carboxylic acid A. The sample most likely contained

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    Lecture_6

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    Lecture 6 Thin Layer Chromatography Experiment 5 NMR Spectroscopy Chromatography Three types we will discuss: Separation of complex mixtures of compounds Name insinuates separation of colored compounds Thin-Layer Chromatography Liquid Chromatography (LC)

  • 3 Pages Midterm_1_M11_Key
    Midterm_1_M11_Key

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    Chem 6AL M11 Russak 18 July 2011 Midterm 1 KEY The following questions are all multiple choice. Write and bubble in your perm #, write your name You may only have a pen/pencil and a simple calculator, nothi

  • 3 Pages Midterm_2_M11_Key
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    Chem 6AL M11 Russak 8 August 2011 Midterm 2 Key The following questions are all multiple choice. Please fill out the score sheet with your name. You must put your perm number on the score sheet and fill in

  • 6 Pages Notes for Midterm 2 Chem 6AL
    Notes For Midterm 2 Chem 6AL

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    Ch 21 Notes -H1 and C13 both have spins of -If both atomic number and mass number even= nuclear spin of 0= NO NMR SIGNAL PRODUCED -Energy levels allowed= 2I +1 THEREFORE H1 and C13 both E levels allowed=2 -Without applied magnetic field, the two E levels

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    Chem 6al Exp 2 Graph

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    0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 5.5 6 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 70 75 79 81 82 83 83 83 85 90 93 95 98 99 74 74 74 74.9 75 75 79 79 82.5 92.8 97.6 97.6 97.6 98 Temperature vs Distillation Volume Graph 100 95 90 Temperature (C) Col

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  • 3 Pages Chem_6A_Syllabus_M11
    Chem_6A_Syllabus_M11

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    Chem 6A Syllabus Summer 2011 Instructor: Dr. Justin A. Russak Office: PSBN 3649A Office hours: WF 11-1150 am Email: jrussak@chem.ucsb.edu Phone: 805-893-7485 office 805.720.0007 cell Required Materials: 1. Text: Techniques in Organic Chemistry, 3rd Ed., J

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    6AB_Equipment_list

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    Organic Chemistry Laboratory Chem 6A & 6B Check-In and Check-Out Procedures 1. 2. 3. 4. Clean and dry the plastic bin and all the equipment listed below. Make sure your bin contains all the equipment. Go to the storeroom to replace any missing items and t

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    Lecture_7

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    Lecture 7 13C NMR Liquid Chromatography Experiment 6 Experiment 7 Granted Final is now Wednesday 730-1030pm March 16th! Room: ? Probably in herebut unsure The only legitimate conflicts are: You already have a final at this time You absolutely objectand

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    Midterm_2_W11_Key

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    Chem 6AL W11 Russak 14 February 2011 Midterm 2 Key The following questions are all multiple choice. Please fill out the score sheet with your name. You must put your perm number on the score sheet and fill in t

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    6A_Lecture_1

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    Justin A. Russak jrussak@chem.ucsb.edu PSBN 3649A office Office hours WF 11-1150am or by appointment Phone 893-7485 office 805-720-0007 cell Website : Gaucho Space https:/gauchospace.ucsb.edu/ Crashing Course Materials Syllabus Notebook Reading

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    6A_Lecture_2

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    Lecture 3 Refractive Index Boiling Point and Vapor Pressure Experiment 2 Infrared Spectroscopy *Not Part of Experiment* n = sin i/sin r or c/ C= speed of light in vacuum (3.00 E8 m/s) = speed of light through the material nD20= Should be reading for

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    6A_Lecture_3

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    Acid/Base Chemistry Extraction and Drying Recrystallization Experiment 3 Infrared Spectroscopy How do you separate (purify) organic compounds? Distillation Extraction Recrystallization Sublimation Chromatography pH -log[H+] typical scale 0-14 Ka

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    6A_Lecture_5

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    Lecture 5 TLC Experiment 5 NMR Spectroscopy Chromatography Separation of complex mixtures of compounds Name insinuates separation of colored compounds Three types we will discuss: Thin-Layer Chromatography Liquid Chromatography (LC) and High Pressure

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    6A_Lecture_6

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    Lecture 6 NMR Spectroscopy Experiment 6 For 1H NMR, choose solvent with no protons CDCl3, D2O (solvent must dissolve sample) Add a reference sample (TMSCDCl3 ok) 4-20 mg of sample in ~0.5 mL of solvent Shim the NMR (mag field same throughout) Spinnin

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    6A_Lecture_7

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    Lecture 7 13C NMR Mass Spectrometry Experiment 8: Combined Spectroscopy Abundance in nature is only 1.1% Need more sensitive instrumentation to detect Splitting patterns and integration not reliable Likelihood of having an adjacent 13C nuclei is low

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    Quiz Bank 4

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    Quiz Bank 4 1. N6-Isopentenyladenine, shown below is an unusual base found in RNA. What is its relationship with caffeine? (Experiment 4) 2. What technique is best used to purify a compound that readily forms hydrates and explain why? (Chapter 12) 3. What

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    Experiment 3

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    Experiment 3: Acid, Base, Neutral Separation (Liquid-Liquid Extraction, Drying, Recrystallization) Mohrig, Chapter 8-9 This experiment is designed to demonstrate that 1) immiscible solvents, such as water and ether, form separate layers on the basis of de

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    Exam 1 KEY

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    NAME _KEY_ Computer #_ CHEMISTRY 124 EXAM 1 Russak 22 January 2010 5 pages 22 questions. DO NOT OPEN UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO Read all instructions clearly Pay attention to the point value of questions and plan your time accordingly. If you are not sure

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    Lecture 3 With Ink

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    Lecture 2 With Ink

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    Lecture 2 Have a calculator handy! Boiling Point and Vapor Pressure Experiment 2 Review of Acid/Base Chemistry Extraction Techniques Drying Organic Liquids Recrystallization Experiment 3 Lets do an experiment Points to this video http:/viscog.beckman.uiu

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    Experiment 7

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    Experiment 7: Williamson Ether Synthesis of Phenacetin The process of displacement of a halide (RX where X = Cl, Br, I) by an alkoxide anion (RO-) to form an ether is called a Williamson ether synthesis. The principal starting material of this reaction is

  • 30 Pages Final6A
    Final6A

    School: UCSB

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    Final Exam Chem 6A 4/9/08 Name:_ Perm:_ Please place all answers on your scantron card with a #2 pencil. Each question can has only one correct answer. Please choose the best answer for each question. You have 180 minutes. Satan and the Professor

  • 72 Pages Chem6aCompleteSpectra
    Chem6aCompleteSpectra

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    Chem 6A Spectra All compounds from Experiment 1-9 Updated August 8, 2005 University of California at Santa Barbara! 07/05 2 Experiment 1 Chem 6a UCSB 07/05 3 Chem 6a UCSB 07/05 4 Chem 6a UCSB 07/05 5 Chem 6a UCSB 07/05 6 Chem 6a

  • 1 Page NMRSubAlkane
    NMRSubAlkane

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    Group -X -R (alkyl) -Cl -Br -I -OH/OR -OPh -OC(=O)R -C(=O)H -C(=O)R -C(=O)Ph -C(=O)OH -C(=O)OR -CN -NH2 -NO2 CH3-X 0.8 3.0 2.7 2.2 3.2 3.8 3.6 2.2 2.1 2.4 2.1 1.8 2.2 2.5 4.1 RCH2-X 1.2 3.4 3.4 3.2 3.4 4.0 4.1 2.4 2.4 2.7 2.3 2.0 2.4 2.7 4.2 RR

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    NMRSpectroscopy(B)

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    NMR Topics Supplemental NMR Topics Spin Properties of Nuclei Nuclear spin may be related to the nucleon composition of a nucleus in the following manner: Odd mass nuclei (i.e. those having an odd number of nucleons) have fractional spins. Examples a

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    NMRSpectroscopy(A)

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    NMR Spectroscopy Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy 1. Background Over the past fifty years nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, commonly referred to as nmr, has become the preeminent technique for determining the structure of organic compo

  • 2 Pages exp9w08
    Exp9w08

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    Experiment 9: An Unusual SN2 Displacement of a primary alcohol: Synthesis of n-Butyl Bromide Mohrig, Chapter 20 As was demonstrated by the previous phenacetin synthesis, substitutions reactions are useful. The synthesis of n-butyl bromide, which is c

  • 2 Pages exp8w08
    Exp8w08

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    Course: Organic Chemistry Lab

    Experiment 8: Williamson Ether Synthesis of Phenacetin. (IR, NMR, MS) Mohrig, Chapter 19-20 Lecture Ideas Again, discuss but don't quiz on the mechanisms. Many 109a students have still not covered SN2 reactions at this point in the lecture series. A

  • 2 Pages exp6w08
    Exp6w08

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    Experiment 6: Butene Synthesis by E1 dehydration of 2butanol (GC): Mohrig, Chapter 16-17 In this experiment, the non destructive technique of gas chromatography will be used to monitor the progress of a reaction over time. In gas chromatography, the

  • 2 Pages exp5w08
    Exp5w08

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    Experiment 5 Photochemical Isomerization of an Olefin: cis-1,2-Dibenzoylethylene: (TLC) Mohrig, Chapter 15 In this experiment, the technique of thin layer chromatography (TLC) along with destructive and non-destructive visualization techniques will b

  • 2 Pages exp4w08
    Exp4w08

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    Experiment 4: Isolation and Characterization of the Natural Product Caffeine (Solid-Liquid Extraction, Sublimation) Mohrig, Chapter 12 Lecture Ideas Describe the story of taxol and how it was isolated from the Yew tree (needles) and then semi-synthe

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    Exp3w08

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    Experiment 3: Acid, Base, Neutral Separation (LiquidLiquid Extraction, Drying, recrystallization) Mohrig, Chapter 89 This experiment is designed to 1) demonstrate that immiscible solvents, such as water and ether, form separate layers on the basis of

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    Exp2w08

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    Experiment 2: separation of water and ethanol (Simple and Fractional Distillation) Mohrig, Chapter 11 Distillation is undoubtedly the most important purification technique for organic liquids (bp < 300 C). It involves heating a liquid to its boiling

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    Experiment 4

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    Experiment 4: Determination of the Partition Coefficient of Caffeine and Sublimation (Mohrig Chapter 12) Now You Know Taxol, otherwise known as Paclitaxel, is a mitotic inhibitor used in chemotherapy. It is widely used for the treatment of many different

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    Experiment 5

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    Experiment 5: Photochemical Isomerization of cis-1,2dibenzoylethylene and Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) Qualitative Analysis (Mohrig Chapter 15) In this experiment, the technique of thin layer chromatography (TLC) along with non-destructive visualizatio

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    Experiment 7 Spectra

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    Spectra!for!Starting!Material:!(the!NMR!on!the!next!page!is!a!1H!and!13C!dual!overaly Spectra!for!product:! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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    Lecture 1 With Ink

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    Justin A. Russak Website : www.chem.ucsb.edu jrussak@chem.ucsb.edu Chem 2148 office Chem 2245 Lab Office hours MW 11-12 or by appointment Navigate to Departmental Course Pages Username = chem6al Chem 6A Experiments and certain files are password protec

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    Midterm 2 W10

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    Chem 6AL Russak 22 February 2010 Midterm 2 The following questions are all multiple choice. Please fill out the score sheet with your name. You must put your perm number on the score sheet and fill in the

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    Midterm 2 W10 Key

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    Chem 6AL Russak 22 February 2010 Midterm 2 Key The following questions are all multiple choice. Please fill out the score sheet with your name. You must put your perm number on the score sheet and fill in

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    Midterm 1 W10

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    Chem6ALW10 Russak 1February2010 Midterm1 Thefollowingquestionsareallmultiplechoice.Pleasefilloutthescoresheetwithyourname.You mustputyourpermnumberonthescoresheetandfillinthebubblesassociatedwithittoreceivecredit fortheexam.Thereareequationsonthebacksheet

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    Quiz Bank 8

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    Quiz Bank 8 1. Provide a structure for an ester that is in agreement with the spectroscopy data presented below. The mass is 194 g/mol and the structure has a bromine atom. 13 C NMR () 170.3, 62.3, 49.1, 29.7, 15.2 and 13.0 1 H NMR () 4.21 (q, 2H), 4.19 (

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    Quiz Bank 7

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    1 Quiz Bank 7 H and 13C NMR 1. What are the 4 types of information that NMR tells us? 2. Signals in the 1H NMR dont always show up as a single peak. What is this phenomenon? 3. What do the integration values (area underneath each peak) correlate to? 4. So

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    Quiz Bank 6

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    Quiz Bank 6 Questions will come from the TLC, Optical Rotation and NMR chapters. 1. 2. Explain why we are using sunlight in experiment 6 as opposed to heat. Draw a mechanism that shows the transformation of transdibenzoylethylene to its cis configuration.

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    Quiz Bank 5

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    Quiz Bank 5 Questions will come from the IR, TLC chapters and lecture notes 1. 2. 3. What is a green method for extraction? By what method, which is used industrially, is caffeine removed from coffee to make decaffeinated coffee products? Draw a generic p

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    Quiz Bank 2

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    Quiz Bank 2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. T or F: A hot plate is used in the lab because it will not ignite a flammable liquid (Chapter 1) T or F: Tasting or smelling is a legitimate method for identification of an organic compound (Chapter 1) T or F: If you spill an

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    Quiz Bank 1

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    Quiz Bank 1 1. What are some safety features in the laboratory? Name at least 3 2. When handling reagents, what are some precautions you should take? List 2 3. Where can chemical safety information be found? 4. What is a tare mass? 5. What is the correct

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    Lecture 9 With Ink

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    Lecture 9 Mass Spectrometry Combined Spectra Not a form of spectroscopy because light is not absorbed Involves removing an electron through electron impact (EI MS) electron impact (EI MS) O O Mohrig Chapter 20 Since there are different isotopes of atoms

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    Lecture 8 With Ink

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    Lecture 8 NMR Spectroscopy recap Liquid Chromatography Gas Chromatography Introduction to Mass Spectrometry Experiment 8 1H nuclei that are the same show up the same in the NMR Integration Splitting (signal to signal interaction) (signal to signal inter

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    Lecture 7 With Ink

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    Winter 2009 Lecture 7 Experiment 7 O M eO H NaBH4, NaOMe t-Bu 4-tert-butylcyclohexanone t-Bu H trans H OH + t-Bu H 80:20 cis OH H 4-tert-butylcyclohexanol Sodium Borohydride NaBH4 Borohydride Terms for rxns that gives chiral products: Stereoselective- mo

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    Lecture 6 With Ink

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    Lecture 6 Thin Layer Chromatography Experiment 6: Photoisomerization NMR Spectroscopy Chromatography Three types we will discuss: types we will discuss: Separation of complex mixtures of compounds Name insinuates separation of colored compounds Thin-L

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    Lab 7 Spectroscopy

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    4tertbutylcyclohexanoneSpectroscopy(IR,then1H,then13C) Cis4tertbutylcyclohexanolSpectroscopy(IR,then1H,then13C) Trans4tertbutylcyclohexanolSpectroscopy(IR,then1H,then13C)

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    Experiment 8

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    Course: ORGANIC CHEM LAB

    Experiment 8: Williamson Ether Synthesis of Phenacetin The process of displacement of a halide (RX where X = Cl, Br, I) by an alkoxide anion (RO-) to form an ether is called a Williamson ether synthesis. The principal starting material of this reaction is

  • 5 Pages Experiment 8 Spectra
    Experiment 8 Spectra

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    Course: ORGANIC CHEM LAB

    SpectraforStartingMaterial:(theNMRonthenextpageisa1Hand13Cdualoveraly Spectraforproduct:

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    Exp1w08

    School: UCSB

    Course: Organic Chemistry Lab

    Chem 6A AN INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC LAB TECHNIQUES, COLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES, & SPECTROSCOPY A guide to teaching assistants and their students Modus Operandi (1-4) 1. TA responsibilities. Safety: For safety, TAs permit a maximum of eighteen students

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