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RA%20LO%20lec%2014%20and%2015%20F09 - are excited in a...

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Learning Objectives and Reading CHM 11500 Fa09 Lecture 14, and 15 READING: Sections 10.1 (pp. 442-447), 10.2 (pp. 447-450), 10.3 (pp. 461-462, 466- 468), 10.4 (pp. 468-472). Concepts to Understand Oil provides our society with a vast amount of resources besides just gasoline. Identify hydrocarbons and describe how they are important when considering the composition of oil The geometries about the carbon atoms in alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes Why some objects and substances are colored, whereas others are not Absorption of light in the UV and IR regions of the spectrum can be just as characteristic as visible absorption Identify the region of the electromagnetic spectrum where electronic transitions are excited in a molecule Identify the region of the electromagnetic spectrum where vibrational transitions
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Unformatted text preview: are excited in a molecule • The effect of mass on the vibrational frequency for a given pair of atoms. • The effect of bond energy and bond order on the vibrational frequency. • What types of characterizations problems can be solved by using IR spectroscopy Skills to Master • Drawing expanded, condensed, and carbon skeleton formulas of organic molecules • Assign names for simple alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes up to 10 carbons • Predict the products of combustion reactions of hydrocarbons, and calculate the enthalpy change by using bond energies • Recognizing key functional groups in organic molecules (hydroxy, carbonyl, carboxylic acid, amino), and the class of molecule to which they belong...
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