Outline_2_chpt4_5

Outline_2_chpt4_5 - CHAPTER 5: I. The Electromagnetic...

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CHEM 2250 OUTLINE 2 Chapters 4 and 5 CHAPTER 4 I. Drawing Organic Structures with 3-D Notation sec. 4.2 II. Conformations of Alkanes a. Conformations of ethane and propane sec. 4.3 & 4.4 b. Conformations of butane sec. 4.5 c. Types of conformational strain III. Conformations of Cyclopropane, Cyclobutane and Cyclopentane sec. 4.7 IV. Conformations of Cyclohexane sec. 4.8 & 4.9 a. Axial and equatorial positions in the chair conformation sec. 4.10 b. Monosubstituted cyclohexanes sec. 4.11 V. Geometric Isomers a. Disubstituted cycloalkanes sec. 4.12 b. Disubstituted cyclohexanes sec. 4.13 VI. Fused Polycyclic Ring Systems sec. 4.14 Problems: 1,3,4-6, 9, 01, 12, 13, 14(a&b), 15-17, 20-25, 27, 28-30.
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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 5: I. The Electromagnetic Spectrum sec. 5.2 II. IR Spectroscopy a. Vibration of bonds and absorption of IR light sec. 5.3 &5.4 b. Relationship between atom size, bond strength and bond length sec. 5.8 c. Determining functional groups from IR spectra sec. 5.5 & 5.6 III. Degrees of Unsaturation sec. 5.11 IV. NMR a. Absorption of radio waves in the presence of a magnetic field sec. 5.9 b. The chemical shift of 13 C nuclei sec. 5.10 c. Equivalent carbons and the number of 13 C signals sec. 5.10 (box 5.1) V. IR, 13 C NMR and Molecular Formulas in Structure Determination sec. 5.12 Problems: 1-27; also go through all the samples problems 1-9....
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