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Unformatted text preview: CHM 233 (UBC) Study Sheet Basic Organic Chemistry STRUCTURE, BONDING AND PROPERTIES know orbital shapes electron configurations, valencies, Lewis structures PART II – Reactions of Alkanes, Alkenes and Alkynes ALKANES synthesis and reactions ALKENES synthesis and reactions ESPECIALLY MECHANISMS ISOMERISM AND STEREOCHEMISTRY R/S designation Difference between enantiomers and diastereomers Meso compounds ALKYNES More free study sheet and practice tests at: R A synthesis and reactions FUNCTIONAL GROUPS need to be able to recognize all of these nomenclature of all organic compounds CHEMICAL REACTIONS AND EQUILIBRIUM equilibrium equations and activation energy know how to draw reaction coordinate diagrams ACIDS AND BASES know certain pKa values understand how the apply to equilibrium reactions know the difference between Bronsted/Lewis acid ESONANCE AND ROMATICITY Huckel’s rules Resonance structure drawing PART III – Carbonyl Chemistry CARBONYL CHEMISTRY preparation addition reaction CARBOXYLIC ACIDS Properties and preparation of carboxylic acids Reactions of carboxylic acids More free Study Sheets and Practice Tests at: More free study sheets and practice tests at PART IV – REACTIONS α TO THE CARBONYL ENOLATE CHEMISTRY Enol tautomerization and structure Reactions at the α position of carbonyls (β) Elimination of malonic esters CARBONYL CONDENSATION REACTIONS Aldol condensation (mixed, intramolecular, etc) Claisen condensation (mixed, cyclizations, etc) More free study sheet and practice tests at: CARBOXYLIC ACIDS DERIVATIVES Nucleophilic acyl substitutions Anhydride preparations and reactions CARBOHYDRATES – PROPERTIES AND REACTIONS Fisher, Haworth and chair conformations Reactions, including Kiliani-Fisher and Wohl Helping students since 1999 ...
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