How many bonds stable compounds carbocations

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How many bonds? Stable compounds, carbocations, carbanions, radicals How are they arranged in space? How long? How strong? Structure, bonding, stereochemistry, spectroscopy What happens once we start pulling the bonds apart? Reactions C It’s organic chemistry, so we need a carbon atom The Beginning of Organic Chemistry and Your Academic Family Tree
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7 J. J. Berzelius (1779 – 1848), Karolinska Institute, chemical analysis, isomers F. Wöhler (1800 – 1882), Göttingen, isomers, synthesis of urea W. R. Fittig (1835 – 1910), Göttingen, aldehyde/ketone chemistry Ira Remsen (1846 – 1927), Johns Hopkins, chemical education, saccharin Your academic great-great-great-great grandfather! E. P. Kohler (1865 – 1938), Harvard, conjugate addition, synthesis J. B. Conant (1893 – 1978), Harvard, chemical equilibria and rates P. D. Barlett (1907 – 1997), Harvard, rearrangements, radicals J. M. McBride (1940 – ), Yale, solid state organic chemistry JPT (1965 – ), Johns Hopkins, TRIR spectroscopy, HNO chemistry YOU
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8 Intro to Drawing Structures and Constitutional Isomers (for Conference Session tomorrow) Constitutional isomers = compounds with same atoms (molecular formula), but differ in the way the atoms are connected (bonded) C 4 H 10 H C C H H C C H H H H H H H CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 CH 3
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