CHEM 1530 Exam #2 Study Guide

CHEM 1530 Exam#2 - CHEM 1530 Study Guide EXAM#2(Spring 2008 Chapter 17 Know the structure and properties of the carbonyl group know what are

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CHEM 1530 Study Guide EXAM #2 (Spring 2008) Chapter 17 · Know the structure and properties of the carbonyl group; know what are carbonyl substitution reactions and the general reaction with carboxylic acids, esters, amides and anhydrides. · Know how to name carboxylic acids; how to name esters and amides. · Know the relative boiling points of carboxylic acids, esters, alkanes; be able to explain these differences in terms of intermolecular forces. · Know why amides are not weak bases, but amines are. · Know reactions of carboxylic acids with strong bases · Know the reactions of carboxylic acids in ester and amide formation. · Know the general reactions for hydrolysis of esters and amides. · Know the general structure of a phosphate ester, what is a phosphoryl group. · What is the structure of Aspirin, how is it made? Chapter 18 · Know the basic structure of an alpha-amino acid, what is a peptide (amide)bond · Be able to identify whether an AA is acidic, basic, or neutral · Be able to identify whether an AA is polar or nonpolar. · Know the definition of hydrophobic and hydrophilic.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CHEM 1530 taught by Professor Davis during the Spring '08 term at Western Michigan.

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CHEM 1530 Exam#2 - CHEM 1530 Study Guide EXAM#2(Spring 2008 Chapter 17 Know the structure and properties of the carbonyl group know what are

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