CH 19.1 - 19.8 Nomenclature, Properties and Preparation of Carboxylic Acids.pptx

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Nomenclature, Properties andPreparation of Carboxylic AcidsOrganic Chemistry with Dr. LanierChapter 19.1 – 19.8Pages 730 – 7401
ObjectivesName carboxylic acids using IUPAC nomenclatureDraw the structure of a carboxylic acid when given the IUPACnameRank molecules in order of increasing boiling point based onintermolecular forcesDetermine the structure of carboxylic acids from variousspectral analysis techniquesDescribe the preparation of carboxylic acids2
aldehydeketonecarboxylic acidacid chlorideamideThe Carbonyl Functional GroupWe are going to start learning about a class of molecules thatcontain the carbonyl functionalityThere are a lot of carbonyl containing molecules3anhydrideesterthioester
Synthesis of AspirinIn the 1800’s common analgesics (pain killers) were salicylicacid & sodium salicylateAspirin is not found in nature; instead, it was first synthesized in1899 by Felix Hoffman, a German chemist at Bayer Company4Chemistry Connections

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