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CHEM 2250 OUTLINE 3 Chapters 3 and 7 CHAPTER 3 I. Types of Organic Reactions not in book II. Acid Base Equilibrium with Brønsted-Lowry Acid and Bases a. Brønsted -Lowry theory sec. 3.2 b. Conjugate Acids and conjugate bases sec.3.2 c. Ka and pKa sec. 3.3 d. Relative Acidity of Hydrogens bond to “Y”in H-Y * 1. Size and electronegativity of “Y”, periodic trends 2. Electron withdrawing groups (EWG) and electron donating groups (EDG) a. EWG and EDG by inductive effects and their effects on acidity b. EWG and EDG by resonance and their effect on acidity 3. Hybridization of “Y” e. pKa of Organic Functional groups Sec. 3.4 f. pKa and equilibrium position sec. 3.5 * Chapter 3 in Organic Chemistry as a Second Language is very helpful in following this section. III. Acid and Bases in nonaqueous solvents sec. 3.6 IV. Lewis Acid and Lewis Bases sec. 3.7 a. Examples of Lewis acids handout b. Examples of Lewis bases handout c. Curved arrows and electron movement sec. 3.8 V. Thermodynamics of Chemical Reactions a. Free Energy, G sec. 3.9 b.
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