Chapter 14 - ink 1.pptx - CHEM 332 Spring 2019 Course Structure and Syllabus Highlights Welcome to CHEM 332 4 credit course Laboratory CHEM 335 is a

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CHEM 332 Spring 2019 Course Structure and Syllabus Highlights
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Welcome to CHEM 332 Tuesdays and Thursdays at the following times and locations 11:40 in LH 008 1:15 in LH 014 4:15 in LH 014 6:00 in LH 014 Discussion Rooms: LH001; LH002; LH014, and LH008 4 credit course. Laboratory, CHEM 335 is a separate course that can be taken concurrently or after organic II
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CHEM 332 covers: Spectroscopy Organometallic reagents and organometallic chemistry Alcohols, ethers, epoxides and their sulfur analogues Carbonyl compounds and chemistry Acyl compounds and chemistry Amino Acids, Proteins, Sugars; Lipids, Nucleic acids Polymers
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Text; Supplies The text is Carey and Giuliano: Organic Chemistry, 10 th edition, McGraw Hill) Model kits can be useful in the second semester but not nearly as useful as If you are a Chemistry Major, we strongly encourage you to get an HGS model kit Models are less critical in second semester, but still useful
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Evaluation: Your class grade is based on 1000 points Discussion group points 80 pts (best 8/10) On line Homework assignments 100 pts Spec-quiz 40 pts Quick pre exam assessments 15 points each (best 2of 3) 30 pts Class Exams 250 each pts (best 2 of 3) for 500 pts Take home polymer assignment 10 pts Organometallic catalysis take home worksheet 10 points Biological and polymer chemistry discussion workshop 20 pts MANDATORY Final exam 250 pts
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Test and exam Schedule Spec-quiz: February 5, 8:00 pm Chapter 13 Background information and theory with limited spectral interpretation. Exam I February 26, 7:35 pm Chapter 15 and Chapter 16, Chapter 17, and practical spectroscopy Exam II: April 2, 7:35 pm Remainder of Chapter 17, Chapter 18, Chapter 19, Chapter 20 and practical spectroscopy Exam III: April 30, 7:35 pm Chapter 21, Chapter, 22, Chapter 23, 24, 25 And practical spectroscopy Mandatory Cumulative Final Exam during Final exam period
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Other important information located in your syllabus: There are many offices on campus that offer SUPPORT for Students- a complete listing is found in your syllabus The university has an office specializing in Disability-related Equal Access Accommodations see syllabus for further information The add/drop deadline is February 4 Withdrawal deadline is April 2.
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Abundant office hours to serve you Monday: Tong: 4:00-5:30pm Kissling: 1:10-2:50; 7-8:30 pm Wednesday: Tong: 9:40-11:00 am; pm Kissling: 10:50 am-1:00pm; 6:15-7:30 Thursday: Tong: 10-11:30 pm Kissling: 8:30-9:55 Friday: Tong: 9:40-11:00 am
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Students who do not have groups for tonight’s discussion please report to the front the lecture hall you end up in and let a TA know.
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Chapter 14 Spectroscopy Part 1
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11 Index of Hydrogen Deficiency (IHD)- a useful tool (2C+2)-(H+X-N) 2 IHD = Number of pi bonds and/or rings there are in a molecule. Example : Both compounds have an IHD = 2 IHD = What is the IHD for C 6 H 10 FN? C N H 3 C
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Before we start lets talk about determining unique- or ‘inequivalent’ hydrogens and carbons 12 Protons in equivalent chemical environments have the same chemical shift As a rigorous test for equivalence, replace the two H’s with a test group to generate two “test molecules” If the test molecules are identical, the H’s are equivalent There are 2 types of protons in propane, 6 identical methyl Hs and 2 identical methylene Hs
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More about inequivalent or unique C and H 13
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