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Final Exam Topic Recount I. Structure and Bonding a. Be able to manipulate basic organic structures b. Differentiate between different structural formulas (expanded, line- bond, hybrid, etc.) c. Be able to translate structures in different dimensions (e.g., 2D Æ 3D Æ 2D) d. Provide IUPAC names to functionalized rudimentary hydrocarbon structures e. Understand concept of resonance and induction. Know difference between each, and indicate understanding through illustration II. Stereochemistry a. Understand the nature of stereoisomers and be able to apply assignment methodology (cis/trans, R/S, E/Z) to organic structures b. Deduce relationships between pairs of organic molecules III. Mechanisms a. Understand the nature of electron distribution within covalent bonds to carbon i. Use δ + and δ - notation to indicate this distribution b. Understand how resonance and induction can affect and define the reactivity of particular functional groups c. Nuts and bolts of acid-base reaction mechanisms d. Nuts and bolts of nucleophile/electrophile partnerships
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