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September 10 - Lecture#7 Announcements(1 Quiz#1 September...

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Lecture #7, September 10, 2008 Announcements (1) Quiz #1: September 8-12 Material tested includes information through Friday’s (September 5) lecture (2) Please download gapped lecture notes on Conformational Analysis (Chapter 3) for lecture (3) Kathryn Wataha will offer free CHEM 3311 help in the room next to Ekeley M1B48 on Wednesdays from 12-12:50 PM. I recommend her very highly. Functional Groups (continued) Table 4.1, page 140 Review of 1º, 2º, and 3º alcohols ConcepTest (CT) Ouabain is a plant alkaloid from Strophantus gratus that has been used as a dart poison. It specifically binds to and inhibits sodium potassium ATPase. Carefully examine the structure shown below and determine the number of tertiary alcohol groups in the molecule. O O O O H OH OH OH HO HO HO HO HO H A) 1 B) 2 C) 5 D) 8 Discussion: In a tertiary alcohol, the carbon atom connected to the OH group is connected to 3 carbon atoms.
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2 Nomenclature of Alkyl Halides and Alcohols: Chapter 4.1 Functional Class Nomenclature Substitutive Nomenclature ( m y p r e f e r e
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