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Class Coverage to MidQtr Exam 2

Class Coverage to MidQtr Exam 2 - Chem 237 coverage to...

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Chem 237 coverage to MidTerm #2 (rev1) Chap. 6. You do not need to know details from Table 6.1 just the trends in relative stability. The mechanism on the top of p. 254 is important. There will be zero emphasis on these sections -- rules, theories, etc. sidelight (p. 237 [235] ), sec 6.18 [6.8] (radical addition of HBr), mechanism 6.5 [6.7 (p. 250)] , sec 6.21 [6.22] , and pp. 275-277 [274-275] -- low (not zero) emphasis on sec 6.10 [6.11] , no computational or equation details required from this section. Suggested Problems - 6.4cd, 6.7 [6.9] , 6.9 [6.11] , 6.13 [6.15] , 6.15def [6.16] , 6.18 [6.19] , 6.19cd [6.20] , 6.26befh, 6.28 likewise, 6.29, 6.31, 6.32bde, 6.34cefi, 6.37bcd [bcde] , 6.39, 6.43, 6.47, 6.52, 6.58 and 6.63. Chap. 7. Stereochemistry and Chirality The instructor stresses that “ Recognizing the presence or absence of symmetry is a better guide to understanding chirality and optical activity than looking for stereocenters. There will be zero emphasis on sections 7.16 [7.15] and 7.09; very little emphasis of sections 7.4, 7.7, 7.15 (resolution) [7.14] , and 7.17 [7.16] . You do need to understand resolution, but not the specifics of procedures. Likewise (sec. 7.4), you need to understand optical activity but I will not ask questions that require calculations of optical purity or enantiomeric excess from
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