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Chapter 4 Conformations and Stereoisomerism: Rings and Double Bonds
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Chapter 4 Problems In-Text Problems 1 - 5 8 - 22 24 End-of-Chapter Problems 25a, b 26a, b 27a, b 28a, b 31 - 35 37, 39, 40, 42, 43, 47, 51 52a, c, d, f, h 54a, c, d Read Sect. 4.4 and 4.10 (no lecturing) Read steroid (pp 321-324) and terpenes (pp 349- 351) for interest.
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Homework Assignment Molecular Modeling Assignment: Spartan Download this exercise from my website. Note that there are two pieces of material: Molecular Modeling Instructions Molecular Modeling Report Sheet. This exercise will be omitted this quarter
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How to find Spartan on campus computers 1)” My Network Places” should be on the desktop on computers in all university computer labs. 2) Select Novell and look for Mendeleev. If you find it then work your way through the menus, as follows: mendeleev\data1\programs\PC Spartan Pro 3) If Mendeleev doesn’t appear as one of the choices, search for it from Novell. 4) Once you have found Mendeleev, now find PC Spartan Pro from data1, programs, PC Spartan Pro 5) You want PC Spartan Pro and not PC Spartan! 6) Click on WFPro.exe to launch the program
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Another way to find Spartan Pro on campus computers 1)Click on RUN 2)Type in the following: \\mendeleev\DATA1\PROGRAMS\PCSpartan Pro\WFPro.exe 4) Click OK 1)Click on START
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Sect 4.1: Conformations Different arrangements of atoms within a molecule that can be converted into one another merely by rotation about single bonds.
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course CH 101 taught by Professor Sutcliffe during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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