M1_6s - Unit 6 How do we control chemical change? In order...

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Chemistry XXI The central goal of this unit is to help you identify the environmental and structural factors that can be used to control chemical reactions. Unit 6 How do we control chemical change? In order to control chemical processes, we need to consider two important factors: STRUCTURE Reactants Products CONDITIONS T and P Solvent
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Chemistry XXI Unit 6 How do we control chemical change? M4. Selecting the Reactants M2. Changing the Environment . M3. Analyzing the Products Analyzing the effect of charge stability. Exploring the influence of external factors. Evaluating the impact of electronic and steric effects. M1. Characterizing Interactions Recognizing interactions between reacting molecules. FOUR MAIN MODULES
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Chemistry XXI Context To illustrate the power of chemical ideas and models in controlling chemical change, we will focus our attention in understanding the synthesis and properties of drugs and the way they interact inside our body. Why do you think drug designers and pharmacists may be interested in learning how to control chemical reactions ? Why do we care?
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Chemistry XXI Unit 6 How do we control chemical change? Module 1: Characterizing Interactions Central goal: To characterize the nature and effect of interactions between polar molecules and water. δ - δ +
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Chemistry XXI The Challenge Drugs interact with a variety of systems in our body: in the stomach, in the bloodstream, inside cells. Drug action and delivery depends on the nature and effect of these interactions. Transformation How do I change it? How can we predict the types of interactions that drugs will have with their surroundings?
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2010 for the course CHEM 152 taught by Professor Grall during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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M1_6s - Unit 6 How do we control chemical change? In order...

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