CHAPTER 7 OBJECTIVES

CHAPTER 7 OBJECTIVES - CHEM 2370 CHAPTER 7 OBJECTIVES...

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CHEM 2370 OBJECTIVES CHAPTER 7 ALKENES AND ALKYNES TERMS : Know definitions, gives examples, explain briefly 1. Alkenes 2. Alkynes, acetylenes 3. E, Z system (nomenclature) 4. Relative stabilities: heats of hydrogenation, heats of combustion 5. Zaitsev’s rule 6. Hoffman rule 7. Vicinal ( vic- ), geminal ( gem- ) dihalides 8. Syn - and anti - periplanar transition states 9. Molecular rearrangements via carbocation rearrangements: the 1,2-shift 10. Terminal alkynes 11. Acetylenic hydrogen, acetylide ion (alkynide ion) 12. Saturated, unsaturated compounds 13. Addition reactions 14. Catalytic reduction 15. Syn - and anti - additions 16. Syn - and anti - hydrogenations of alkynes to give cis - and trans - alkenes 17. P-2 catalyst, Lindlar catalyst 18. Dissolving metal reduction 19. Index of hydrogen deficiency: IHD KNOW HOW TO: 1. Name alkenes, alkynes from given structural formulas; write structural formulas corresponding to given names. Use the cis-, trans-, and E, Z system for designation
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