15 - properties, and thus are more easily separable...

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CH 310M/318M – TTh 8am – Lecture 15 – T 3/4/2008 Graded Homework : HW#10 deadline = 3:00 p.m. on Thu 3/6 HW#11 deadline = 3:00 p.m. on Mon 3/17 (last graded HW due before Midterm Exam #2) Reading Assignment : Sections 6.1-6.3 Last Time : Acids and bases (begin Chapter 4) Textbook Problems : 4.30, 4.35, 4.38, 4.39, 4.44-4.47, 5.9-5.12 Today : Structural factors that influence acid/base strength (continued…) Lewis acids and bases Acid-base chemistry and the resolution of enantiomers Introduction to alkenes (Chapter 5)
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C H H 3 C NH 2 (R)-1-phenylethylamine (chiral) + (R) (R) Relationship? diastereomeric salts Diastereomers typically differ in their physical
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Unformatted text preview: properties, and thus are more easily separable (separable) C C O OH CH 3 H HO Lactic acid (R)-C CH 3 H HO C O OH Lactic acid (S)-(50%) (50%) + (not separable) C C O O CH 3 H HO C H H 3 C NH 3 C CH 3 H HO C O O (R) C H H 3 C NH 3 (S) Acid-Base Chemistry in the Resolution of Enantiomers The process of separating a racemic mixture into its component enantiomers is called resolution . In practice, the resolution of enantiomers can be difficult, because of the fact that enantiomers have identical physical properties. (optically inactive) (optically active) (optically active)...
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