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1 Summer 2010 Chem 223 Coverage /// keyed to the 6 th edition – numbering 5 th edition given in some cases Chapter by Chapter list of sections that won’t appear on tests, suggested problems at end of chapter, and key concepts Chap. 1 // no deleted sections except interlude Suggested problems warm up with the following problems in the chapter: 1.2, 1.3, 1.5, 1.6c, 1.7, 1.11, 1.17, 1.20b; move on to these key problems - 1.26, 1.30-1.47, 1.52-1.58, 1.62, 1.65-1.66. Key concepts – valency (how many bonds different atoms can make, Lewis structures (octet rule), electronegativity and polar bonds, hybridization and geometry, sigma ( ) and bonds, acid/base reactivity (particularly Lewis basicity), relative basicity and the acidity of the conjugates acids NOTE, correction – in Fig. 1.14 (p. 23) hydrogen chloride is NOT a Lewis acid. It can not accept an electron pair without falling apart. Parts of Chapter 2 on Quiz 1: sec. 1 (Table 2.1 p. 36 through “alcohol”, p. 37 “aldehyde to carboxylic acid”), sec. 2.2 and 2.3 (alkane and haloalkane nomenclature) The quiz section instructors write the quizzes.
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