Ch 5 6 7 types of problems

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Chapter 5 Types of problems Know the vocabulary of stereochemistry: chirality, plane of symmetry, chirality center, stereoisomer, enantiomer, dextrorotatory, levorotatory, optically active, specific rotation, diastereomer, meso, racemic mixture, resolution, pro- chirality, pro-R, pro-S, Re, Si . See list of terms in page 173 and 174 (Summary and Key words) and definitions in Appendix C (Glossary). Identify chirality centers and apply the sequence rules to designate R or S configurations; predict the number of stereoisomers, Identify meso compounds (Problems 5.37 to 5.55) Perform calculations involving Optical rotation . [ ] D = /l*c (see worked example 5.2 in the textbook) Understand the logic of resolution of enantiomers (See figure 5.13) Identify prochiral centers, assign pro-R and pro-S atoms (or groups) and Re and Si faces (Problems 5.56 to 5.61).
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Chapter 6 Types of problems Classify reactions as addition, elimination, substitution or rearrangement and identify kinds of steps within a radical reaction as initiation, propagation, termination. (problem 6.1, 6.20)
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