Coverage from MQ to Final - Summer 2011 Chem 223 Coverage...

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1 Summer 2011 Chem 223 Coverage /// after the MidQtr keyed to the 6 th edition – numbering 5 th edition given in some cases Chap. 5 – Finished up with the ways in which the various E+ are generated and gave examples of other aromatics with 2 and 6 electrons in a loop of p-orbitals. Ortho,para vs meta directors – meta directors are all electron withdrawing subsituents Additional reactions of Aryl-(C=O)-R and aryl-SO3H. Synthesis planning, the importance of the order of addition. additional suggested questions - 5.9, 5.11, 5.12c, 5.32-3, 5.34c, 5.35-36, 5.38bc, 5.41-3, 5.46, 5.50, 5.53, 5.58-9. Chap. 6 Stereoisomerism [ no testing on calculating specific rotations or optical purity (sec. 6.4) or on the historical aspect of sec 6.5 ] Suggested problems (6 th ) 6.1bc, 6.3bc, 6.12, 6.26d,e, 6.28, 6.29b, 6.30, 6.36bc, 6.37-8, 6.41, 6.46-7, 6.51, 6.56 (also start with trans-2-butene), 6.62. Suggested problems (5 th ) 6.26 a,b,d,e, 6.28, 6.29b, 6.30, 6.34a, 6.35bc, 6.36-7, 6.41, 6.46-7, 6.51, 6.56 (but start with trans-2-butene), 6.62. Key concepts in Chap. 6 – mirror images are enantiomers if not identical, chirality versus internal
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