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CHEM 2060 FINAL EXAM Study Guide Chapters 1 through 10 and 13-14 Refer to Exam #1, Exam #2 and Exam #3 study guides. Chapter 15:  Derivatives of Carboxylic Acids Know IUPAC nomenclature of carboxylic acid derivatives ( like 15.9-15.10 pgs. 571-572 ). Know reactions of carboxylic acids and acid derivatives ( like 15.15-15.27, 15.29,  15.33 pgs. 573-574 ). Know how to do synthesis ( like 15.38-15.45 pgs. 576-577 ). Chapter 18:  Carbohydrates Be able to identify D or L aldoses or ketoses on a Fischer projection ( like 18.8, 18.11,  18.13 pg. 677 ).  Know that the  α  and  β  designations for cyclic saccharides refer to the OH on the  hemiacetal carbon (anomeric carbon).  If the OH is down, it is  α  and if the OH is  up, it is  β  ( like 18.18, 18.19, 18.20 pg. 678
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Unformatted text preview: ). Be able to recognize the glycoside bond in starch or cellulose ( Notes pgs. 263-264, like Figs. 18.4 and 18.5 pg. 672 ). Chapter 21: Lipids Be able to recognize structures like those in Table 21.1 pg. 750 as being fatty acids. Be able to recognize structures of fats or oils which are long chain triesters of glycerol ( like glyceryl tripalmitate in Notes pg. 267 ). Know that base hydrolysis of a fat is called saponification and results in a soap ( see soaps in Notes top of pg. 268 ). Be able to recognize steroids by their four fused rings (3 six-membered rings and 1 five-membered ring) ( see steroids in Notes bottom of pg. 268; structures in text pgs. 759-762 )....
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