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  • 17 Pages Jan+21+slides_post
    Jan+21+slides_post

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Solvation Like dissolves like: Non-polar solutes solubilize in non-polar solvents; polar solutes and ions solubilize in polar solvents A solute that can engage in hydrogen bonding is likely to be water-soluble Dipole-dipole interactions also help solut

  • 5 Pages CHEM 1315 HW 2 Solutions
    CHEM 1315 HW 2 Solutions

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  • 3 Pages CHEM 1315 HW 1 Solutions
    CHEM 1315 HW 1 Solutions

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  • 7 Pages CHEM 1315 Exam 4
    CHEM 1315 Exam 4

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  • 8 Pages CHEM 1315 Exam 3
    CHEM 1315 Exam 3

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  • 9 Pages CHEM 1315 Exam 2
    CHEM 1315 Exam 2

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  • 8 Pages CHEM 1315 Exam 1
    CHEM 1315 Exam 1

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  • 19 Pages Bruice+Chapter+01-_electronic+structure+bonding_
    Bruice+Chapter+01-_electronic+structure+bonding_

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Electronic STRUCTURE AND BONDING BONDING (Chapter 1) These packages of notes are designed for use in conjunction with CHEM 1315 lectures. If you miss a lecture, get the completed notes from another student. Chapter 1 slide 1 Organic chemistry is relentles

  • 2 Pages Substitution and Elimination Reactions
    Substitution And Elimination Reactions

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    SN 2 Reactions Reactivity Order: Me > 1 > 2 Only the inverted product is formed T he bulkier the reaction, the slower the reaction Rate depends on the concentration of both the alkyl halide and the nucleophile E 2 Reactions Reactivity Order: 3 > 2 > 1 > M

  • 38 Pages Practice Test Solutions
    Practice Test Solutions

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Answers to Practice Tests Chapter 1 1. + i CH3 CH3 CH3 sp2 sp3 sp2 2. O HOCOH 3. +NH 4. a. CO 5. CH3CH2CH2CH 4 b. CF CH2 or CH3CH2CH CHCH3 or CH3CHCH CH2 CH3 6. a. 1s 2 2s 2 2 px 2 py b. 1s 2 2s 2 px 2 py 2 pz 7. a. A pi bond is stronger than a sigma bond

  • 3 Pages Final Study Guide
    Final Study Guide

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    O rganic Chemistry Final Study Guide T est 1 M ate rial, Chapters 1-4 - Hybridization o Alkanes sp3, one sigma bond, 109.5 o Alkenes sp2, one sigma bond, one pi bond, 120 o Alkynes sp, one sigma bond, two pi bonds, 180 - Acids and Bases o If pH < pK a, ac

  • 5 Pages CHEM 1315 HW 3 Solutions
    CHEM 1315 HW 3 Solutions

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  • 7 Pages CHEM 1315 HW 4 Solutions
    CHEM 1315 HW 4 Solutions

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    Actually, the mechanistic arrow from the lone pair electrons to the methyl group should end at the C of the methyl group, not at the H.

  • 4 Pages CHEM 1315 HW 5 Solutions
    CHEM 1315 HW 5 Solutions

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  • 15 Pages Jan+16+slides
    Jan+16+slides

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Naming straight-chain alkanes (n-alkanes) Naming branched alkanes find longest continuous chain of carbons parent name = alkane that matches # of C in longest chain Number positions such that a substituent (any one) gets the lowest possible number List su

  • 25 Pages Jan+9+Slides
    Jan+9+Slides

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Practice Clicker Question 1 How long have you been at Georgia Tech? A. This is my first semester. B. This is my second semester. C. I am a 2nd year student. D. I am a 3rd year student. E. I am a 4th year student. F. I have been here more than 4 years. G.

  • 14 Pages Jan+23+slides_post
    Jan+23+slides_post

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Announcements and Reminders Exam 1 is one week from today. It will include material covered in class as well as Chapters 1-3 of the textbook. Some questions require combining knowledge from multiple sections or chapters. The answer key to the practice e

  • 16 Pages Jan+14+slides
    Jan+14+slides

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    First graded clicker question (Any answer earns full credit) What is your major at Georgia Tech? 1) Environmental Engineering 2) Materials Science & Engineering 3) Polymer & Fiber Engineering 4) Biomedical Engineering 5) Other College of Engineering major

  • 8 Pages CHEM+1315+Exam+1+fall+2013+w+answers
    CHEM+1315+Exam+1+fall+2013+w+answers

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

  • 13 Pages CHEM+1315+Exam+1+fall+2013
    CHEM+1315+Exam+1+fall+2013

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    CHEM 1315 Fall 2013 Exam 1 Exam Wrapper Detach this page after completing Do not put your name on this page The following questions are intended to help us identify how we can enhance your learning and preparation for each exam. 1. Approximately how many

  • 3 Pages Homework+1
    Homework+1

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Homework assignment 1 All questions are worth 1 point unless specified otherwise 1. Which of the following compounds has a non-polar covalent bond? A. H2O B. H2O2 C. KF D. CCl4 2. What is the hybridization of the N atom in N(CH3)3? A. sp B. sp2 C. sp3 D.

  • 7 Pages CHEM+1315+Syllabus+Spring+2014
    CHEM+1315+Syllabus+Spring+2014

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    CHEM 1315 SURVEY OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:35-10:55 am, Instructional Center room 103 Instructor: Dr. Michael (Thomas) Morgan, School of Chemistry & Biochemistry Email: mmorgan32@gatech.edu Office hours: Will be posted on T-square after

  • 2 Pages CHEM+1315+Spring+2014+schedule
    CHEM+1315+Spring+2014+schedule

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Topic Tues. Jan. 7 Course introduction and expectations 1 Thurs. Jan. 9 Electrons, orbitals, and chemical bonding 1 Tues. Jan. 14 Molecular structure and geometry Thurs. Jan. 16 Naming and drawing organic molecules Tues. Jan. 21 Homework Book chapters Dat

  • 5 Pages CHEM 1315 HW 6 Solutions
    CHEM 1315 HW 6 Solutions

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  • 1 Page Chapter 17 Notes
    Chapter 17 Notes

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    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 17 Notes Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins 17.1 Classification and Nomenclature of Amino Acids Ten amino acids are essential, in which the body cannot not synthesize so must be supplemented through diet Most amino acids are called by their com

  • 2 Pages Chapter 16 Notes
    Chapter 16 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    C hapter 16 Notes Carbohydrates 16.1 Classification of Carbohydrates Polyhydroxy aldehydes are called aldoses Polyhydroxy ketones are called ketoses Monosaccharides are classified according to the number of carbons they contain, using prefixes to desig

  • 9 Pages Homework7
    Homework7

    School: Georgia Tech

    Homework Set #7 Chemistry 1315 Spring 2004 _ Name Handed Out: Due: Late Policy: 3-26-04 4-1-04 at 9:30am in class One day late (4-2-04 10am): 50% off Two days late (4-3-04 10am): 75% off After 10am 4-3-04: no credit You may work in groups of up to

  • 22 Pages Chapter3
    Chapter3

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    III Aromatic Compounds Aromatic Compounds: Compounds that resemble benzene in structure and chemical behavior (terms comes from fragrant odors) Benzene: - Cyclic Compound - Six-Membered Ring - ONLY Six Hydrogens - Six Carbons - Three Double Bonds

  • 9 Pages Test-2-1315-2004-KEY
    Test-2-1315-2004-KEY

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    Name: _KEY_ Midterm #2 Chemistry 1315 - Survey of Organic Chemistry Date: 02-23-04 Time: 9:35 am - 10:55 am Place: Boggs B-6 You MUST answer question #1 and can choose five out of the next six questions (questions 2 - 7). Mark the question you DO NO

  • 15 Pages Chapter4
    Chapter4

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    IV Stereochemistry Remember Isomers: Different compounds with the same molecular formula Remember cis and trans and E/Z Drawing in 3D: The solid wedges represent bonds that point out of the plane of the paper towards the viewer The hatched wedges

  • 6 Pages Syllabus
    Syllabus

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    GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Spring 2004 A SURVEY OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY 1315 TuTr 9:35-10:55 am, Boggs B6 Instructor: Office: Phone: Email: Office Hours: Teaching Assistants: Marcus Weck Boggs 3-85

  • 37 Pages Chapter1
    Chapter1

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    I Structures and Properties of Organic Compounds I.I Objectives a) Basic electronic structures and properties of organic compounds b) Introduction to functional groups and isomerization I.2 Introduction 'Organic chemistry is the study of compounds t

  • 28 Pages Chapter2
    Chapter2

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    II Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes Hydrocarbon: Saturated Hydrocarbons: Compound composed of only carbon and hydrogen Compound with only single bonds Unsaturated Hydrocarbons: Compounds with AT LEAST one double or triple bond 2.1 Alkanes Alkane: bond

  • 9 Pages exam3
    Exam3

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Name: _key_ Midterm #3 Chemistry 1315 - Survey of Organic Chemistry Date: 03-15-07 Time: 9:35 am - 10:55 am Place: Chem Annex 16 You MUST answer questions #1, #2 and #3 and can choose two out of the next three questions (questions 4 - 6). Mark the q

  • 9 Pages exam2
    Exam2

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Name: _ Midterm #2 Chemistry 1315 - Survey of Organic Chemistry Date: 02-27-07 Time: 9:35 am - 10:55 am Place: Chem Annex 16 You MUST answer questions #1 and #2 and can choose three out of the next four questions (questions 3 - 6). Mark the question

  • 11 Pages test3a
    Test3a

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Name: _ Midterm #3 Chemistry 1315 - Survey of Organic Chemistry Date: 03-16-06 Time: 9:35 am - 10:55 am Place: Boggs B-6 You MUST answer question #1 and can choose four out of the next five questions (questions 2 - 6). Mark the question you DO NOT w

  • 3 Pages Chapter 1 Notes
    Chapter 1 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 1 Electronic Structure and Covalent Bonding Organic compounds: compounds that contain carbon, not limited to those found in nature outer shell or attain an outer shell with eight electrons Electronic configuration: describes the orbitals occupied

  • 2 Pages Chapter 2 Notes
    Chapter 2 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 2 Acids and Bases 2.1 Acid-Base Reactions - Brnsted-Lowry acid: a species that donates a proton - Brnsted-Lowry base: a species that accepts a proton - Conjugate base: when a compound loses a proton, the resulting species - Conjugate acid: when a

  • 4 Pages Chapter 3 Notes
    Chapter 3 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 3 Notes An Introduction to Organic Compounds Alkanes - Composed of only carbon atoms and hydrogen atoms and contain only single bonds General formula: CnH2n+2 Straight-chain alkanes: alkanes in which the carbons form a continuous chain with no bra

  • 2 Pages Chapter 13 Notes
    Chapter 13 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 13 Notes Carbonyl Compounds II Reactions of Aldehydes and Ketones Aldehyde: carbonyl bonded to hydrogen and an alkyl group Ketone: carbonyl bonded to two alkyl groups They do not have a group that can be replaced by another group, because hydri

  • 3 Pages Chapter 12 Notes
    Chapter 12 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 12 Notes Carbonyl Compounds 1: Nucleophilic Acyl Substitution Carbonyl group: a carbon double bonded to an oxygen Acyl group: a carbonyl group attached to an alkyl or an aryl group Compounds with groups that can be replaced by a nucleophile: OH, C

  • 2 Pages Chapter 11 Notes
    Chapter 11 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 11 Notes Reactions of Alcohols, Amines, Ethers, and Epoxides 11.1 Nomenclature of Alcohols - Compounds in which a hydrogen of an alkane has been replaced by an OH group - The common name of an alcohol consists of the name of the alkyl group to whi

  • 4 Pages Chapter 10 Notes
    Chapter 10 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    C hapter 10 Notes Substitution and Elimination Reactions of Alkyl H alides Substitution reaction: the electronegative atom or electron-withdrawing group is replaced by another atom or group E limination reaction: the electronegative atom or electron-withd

  • 1 Page Chapter 9 Notes
    Chapter 9 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 9 Notes Reactions of Alkanes Radicals 9.1 The Low Reactivity of Alkanes - Strong CH sigma bonds - Unpolarized bonds due to roughly equal electronegativity of H and C - Almost no charge - Very stable, unreactive - Neither nucleophiles nor electroph

  • 2 Pages Chapter 8 Notes
    Chapter 8 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 8 Notes Isomers and Stereochemistry Isomers: compounds that have the same molecular formula but are not identical Constitutional isomers: differ in the way that their atoms are connected Stereoisomers: differ in the way their atoms are arranged in

  • 3 Pages Chapter 7 Notes
    Chapter 7 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 7 Notes Aromaticity Reactions of Benzene and Substituted Benzenes 7.1 Criteria for Aromaticity - An a r o m a tic is a cyclic a n d pl a n a r c o m p o u n d wit h a n u nin t err u p t e d rin g of p orbital-bearing atoms containing an odd numbe

  • 2 Pages Chapter 6 Notes
    Chapter 6 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 6 Notes Delocalized Electrons and Their Effect 6.1 Delocalized Electrons: The Structure of Benzene - Delocalized electrons neither belong to a single atom nor are confined to a bond between two atoms, but are shared by three or more atoms - Benzen

  • 3 Pages Chapter 5 Notes
    Chapter 5 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 5 Notes Reactions of Alkenes and Alkynes Feature of all alkene reactions: The relatively loosely held electrons of the carboncarbon double bond are attracted to an electrophile. Thus, each reaction starts with the addition of an electrophile to on

  • 3 Pages Chapter 4 Notes
    Chapter 4 Notes

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Chapter 4 Notes Alkenes: Structure, Nomenclature, and Stability 4.1 Molecular Formulas - Alkenes: hydrocarbons that contain a carboncarbon double bond - Molecular formula: CnH2n - The general molecular formula for a hydrocarbon is CnH2n+2, minus two hydro

  • 22 Pages Final
    Final

    School: Georgia Tech

    Course: Survey Of Organic Chem

    Name: _ Final Chemistry 1315 - Survey of Organic Chemistry Date: 05-03-06 Time: 8:00 am - 10:50 am Place: Boggs B6 This exam contains four (4) parts. You MUST answer all questions of part 1 (questions #1 and #2) and can choose three out of the four

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