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1057-RG_12-09 - Chem 1057 J Walcott LEARNING STRATEGIES...

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Chem 1057 J. Walcott LEARNING STRATEGIES CENTER Fall 2009 Review Guide #12 Lectures: 11/23/09 – 12/4/09: Chapters 11 and 13 I. Unsaturation Units: To determine a possible structure of an unknown compound, it is useful to find the unsaturation units. U = C + 1 – 1/2 ( X- N) where C = # of carbons (tetravalent atoms), X = # of H and halogens (monovalent atoms) and N = # of nitrogens (trivalent) atoms. When U = 1, a ring or 1 double bond is possible. When U = 2, a ring and a double bond, 2 rings, 2 double bonds or a triple bond are possible etc. II. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy A. When certain nuclei are placed in a strong magnetic field, their spins cause them to behave like tiny magnets (magnetic dipoles) which orient either with or against the field. The nuclei with magnetic dipoles aligned parallel to the applied field are lower in energy, and those with magnetic dipoles aligned antiparallel to the applied field are higher in energy. If the sample is subjected to electromagnetic radiation equal to this energy difference, energy can be absorbed by nucei in the lower energy state causing the nuclei to invert or “flip” their spins.
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