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Extra Office Hour: Nov 28 (Mon): 11:30-2:30pm Nov 29 (Tues): 9:00-1:00pm Nov 30 (Wed): 11:30-2:30pm Dec 1 (Thurs): 11:00-2:30pm Dec 5 (Mon): 9:00-2:30pm Dec 6 (Tuesday): Final Exam (3h) Final Exam Grade: 200 pts total. If you decide to drop final exam, you are allowed to drop half.
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Ch. 12 - 2 Chapter 12 Chapter 12 Alcohols from Alcohols from Carbonyl Compounds Carbonyl Compounds Oxidation Oxidation - - Reduction & Reduction & Organometallic Organometallic Compounds Compounds
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Ch. 12 - 3 1. Structure of the Carbonyl Group Carbonyl compounds Structure
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Ch. 12 - 4 1A. 1A. Reactions of Carbonyl Compounds Reactions of Carbonyl Compounds with with Nucleophiles Nucleophiles One of the most important reactions of carbonyl compounds is nucleophilic addition to the carbonyl group Two important nucleophiles: Hydride ions (from NaB H 4 and LiAl H 4 ) Carbanions (from R Li and R MgX)
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Ch. 12 - 5 2. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions in Organic Chemistry Reduction of an organic molecule usually corresponds to increasing its hydrogen
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