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Skills_for_Exam_I - appropriate 6 Be able to use activation...

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Skills for Exam I, the Final Exam, and the Rest of the Year You should: 1. Be able to use the localized bonding model to draw molecular structures, assign formal charges and show resonance stabilization, as well as to explain important parameters of molecular structure such as bond angles, dipole moments, bond lengths, bond strengths, and overall molecular geometry. 2. Be able to use the hybridization model to predict and explain bonding and important parameters of molecular structure, especially bond angles. 3. Be able to write and interpret the various condensed structures and projections used to represent organic compounds. 4. Be able to identify and estimate relative strengths of acids and bases and of electrophiles and nucleophiles. 5. Be able to calculate thermodynamic parameters from data and explain chemical and physical behavior by reference to ΔH, ΔS, an
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Unformatted text preview: appropriate. 6. Be able to use activation energy to explain chemical behavior. 7. Be able to name given structures or get structures from names of alkanes, halides, and cycloalkanes using the IUPAC system and common names. 8. Be able to correlate physical properties with molecular structure. 9. Be able to draw important conformations of alkanes, halides, and cycloalkanes using appropriate projections and determine their relative energies. 10. Be able to write reaction mechanisms using curved arrows. 11. Be able to identify different products of free radical halogenation and calculate relative yields. 12. Be able to identify the existence of strain and assess its effects on relative stabilities. 13. Be able to identify the existence of stereoisomerism and be able to name and assess the relative stabilities of stereoisomers....
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