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CHEMISTRY 0320 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II Prof. C. S. Wilcox - University of Pittsburgh Unit 2 Reading: Chapter 15-16 I. Aromaticity. a. Know how to apply Hückel's rule to predict aromaticity. b. Be able to draw resonance forms for aromatic molecules or ions. c. Understand the meaning of "resonance energy". d. Know how to draw molecular orbital energy levels for any regular "N"-sided polygon based system of conjugated P-orbitals. II. Nomenclature and Vocabulary. a. Be able to name derivatives of benzene using the systems described in Chapters 15- 16. The student should know the structures for the following parent substances: benzoic acid aniline phenol anisole toluene nitrobenzene halobenzenes furan b. In addition, know the meaning of the following words, and be able to give examples to illustrate your knowledge. electrophile delocalized charge nucleophile activating group meta deactivating group ortho Friedel-Crafts alkylation para acylium ion III. Benzylic cations and radicals. The student should know why benzylic cations and radicals are especially stable and be
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course CHEM 320 taught by Professor Koide during the Spring '08 term at Pittsburgh.

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