Oxidation1 - Oxidation of Cyclododecanol Introduction to Infrared Spectroscopy P a r t A p 5 3 1 O x id a tio n o f c y c lo d o d e c a n o l w

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1 • Oxidation/Reduction • Oxidizing agents (bleach) • Reaction Mechanisms • % Yield Calculations • Infrared Spectroscopy: functional group identification • Starch-Iodine test Important Concepts Part A, p. 531: Oxidation of cyclododecanol with bleach. First formal report. Introduction to Infrared Spectroscopy
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2 Oxidation: The net loss of electrons or addition of oxygen to a molecule. Usually there is an increase in the oxidation state of the molecule. Reduction: The net gain of electrons or addition of hydrogen to a molecule. Usually there is a decrease in the oxidation state of the molecule. OH Oxidation O [o] Reduction Oxidation state changed
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3 Calculating the Oxidation State of Carbon a) +1 for each bond to a hydrogen atom or atom that is less
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Oxidation1 - Oxidation of Cyclododecanol Introduction to Infrared Spectroscopy P a r t A p 5 3 1 O x id a tio n o f c y c lo d o d e c a n o l w

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