Chapter 26 - Objectives

Chapter 26 - Objectives - Chapter Objectives for Chapter...

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Chapter Objectives for Chapter 26, Petrucci, 9th ed. - Edited for Chem 1AA3. 26 Organic Chemistry The most important objectives appear in bold font. Objectives (or parts of objectives) for which you are not responsible appear in red . 1. Give examples of alkane, cycloalkane, alkene, alkyne, and aromatic hydrocarbons. 2. Draw structural and condensed formulas for hydrocarbons, given systematic (IUPAC) or common names; and name hydrocarbon molecules (including the use of common names for substituent groups) given structural or condensed formulas. 3. Determine all the possible skeletal (structural) isomers of simple hydrocarbons, substituted hydrocarbons or other functional groups of given formulas. 4. Draw and interpret dash-wedge and Zig-Zag structures for organic molecules. 5. Draw Newman projections for organic molecules. Draw and be able to identify staggered and eclipsed conformations; label staggered conformations as anti and gauche , where appropriate. Identify the conformations which represent local and global energy maxima and minima on a graph of relative energy versus rotation angle. Explain why staggered conformations are of lower energy than eclipsed
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