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CHEM 281 - 2011-3 Problem Set 5 - WEEK 6

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1 CHEMISTRY 281-4 (2011-3). Dr. Pete Wilson ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I: PROBLEM SET 5. WEEK 6 – LECTURE 15 (Wednesday, 12 October) Problems from Bruice, 6e Organic Chemistry Custom Volume 1 ¾ For discussion in tutorials (Week 7 ) in addition to any other general questions you may have about the course material. Problems Additional Problems (Chapter 5), Stereochemistry: 11, 12, 15 (you will need to understand the nomenclature of haloalkanes here – it should be self-evident, if not read up on the nomenclature system for haloalkanes and also alcohols for subsequent problems), 17, 18, 20, 27, 31, 33, 34 (this one will keep you busy… do some), 37. Problems (Chapter 1), Acids and Bases*: 38, 39, 44-47, 49, 57, 69.
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Unformatted text preview: * Of note: This topic will provide an introduction/basis to chemical reactivity - the reactions/transformations of various classes of organic compounds [alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides (haloalkanes), alcohols, ethers, amines, aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids as well as their derivatives]. These chemical reactions will be discussed after I have discussed the topic of spectroscopy/structure determination of organic compounds. However, as acids and bases relate to a topic concerning stereochemistry ( i.e. the resolution of enantiomers), I will discuss acids and bases before spectroscopy. Please see the Course Outline for a listing of the relevant chapters and sections in the textbook....
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