17 November 2016
Experiment VIII The Bromination of Cholesterol An Electrophilic Addition Reaction to a
The purpose of this experiment was for cholesterol to undergo an electrophilic addition reaction
1 December 2016
Experiment IX Fischer Esterification of Acetic Acid with Isopentyl Alcohol
The purpose of this experiment to produce an ester from a carboxylic acid and alcohol
through acid-catalyzed esterification. This w
People are exposed
to both acids and
bases on a daily
Found in foods.
Found in consumer
Vitamin C (Ascorbic
Lemons (Citric Acid) Baking soda
Chemical Quantities and
Dr. Jaimie L. Gosselin
Atoms are so little that even the smallest laboratory
sample will contain an enormous number of them.
However in the laboratory we want to be able to
measure a large number of atoms in a simple and
Dr Jaimie L. Gosselin
Solution homogeneous mixture
with solute dispersed
(dissolved) in solvent
The solvent and solute maybe any state
Solution will take the state of the solvent
Like dissolves like
Chemistry and Measurements
Measurement is essential in
health orientated careers.
Typical laboratory work requires
the measurement of chemicals
like glucose, urea, and protein.
Units of Measurement
Chapter 2.1 Measurement
Dr. Jaimie L Gosselin
Element is defined as substances that can not
be broken down to simpler ones by any
4.1 Elements & Symbols
Chemical Symbols are one or two letter
abbreviations for the element.
Welcome to Basic Chemistry
Dr Jaimie L. Gosselin
Basic Chemistry 110.B
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Preferred)
Office: MATR 3019
Campus Mailbox: F260
Office Hours: Wednesday 1:00-2:50 PM or by
appointment. Additional off
More Curved Arrows and Resonance
Pre-Class Quiz 4 CHE 321 Organic Chemistry I
Follow the curved arrows and draw the product of the following reaction.
Draw a Lewis structure for diazomethane, CH2NN. Make sure to include all important
Pre-Class Quiz 12 CHE 321 Organic Chemistry I
To work these problems you should read chapter 4. Section 4.9 discusses butane conformations.
Which of the above structures are anti?
D i + ii
E i +iii
F ii +
Which is the Strongest Acid?
Pre-Class Quiz 6 CHE 321 Organic Chemistry I
This quiz will investigate the relative strengths of acids and bases. For each pair choose the strongest member of the pair and explain
your choice. You should read the acid base ch
Pre-Class Quiz 5 CHE 321 Organic Chemistry I
The identification of compounds be infrared spectroscopy is discussed in the opening chapters of the book. Read those sections and
work the following problems.
These answers are for proble
Pre-Class Quiz 11 CHE 321 Organic Chemistry I
Three easy post exam questions. We are starting Chapter 4 Friday.
Name the following compound.
Draw a the structure of 4-ethyl-3-methylnonane.
Draw the structure o
Pre-Class Quiz 13 CHE 321 Organic Chemistry I
Which of the above molecules would be the most stable?
The next two questions require A-values. We worked one of these problems in class on Monday.
Look at the lecture note
Pre-Class Quiz 3 CHE 321 Organic Chemistry I
Determine the structure of deprotonated (E)-but-2-enal. First figure out which of the four indicated H atoms would be the most acidic.
Draw the single best resonance structure of the anion t
Equilibrium and Free Energy
Pre-Class Quiz 2 CHE 321 Organic Chemistry I
When you took General Chemistry you learned about the relationship of equilibrium and Free Energy, G. The free energy is
proportional to the negative log of the equilibrium constant.
Opening Day - Curved Arrows
Pre-Class Quiz 1 CHE 321 Organic Chemistry I
During the first few classes we will be covering the material in the first three chapters. Most of the content will be review from your
General Chemistry course, although some of the
Pre-Class Quiz 14 CHE 321 Organic Chemistry I
Choose the structure which represents the enantiomer (mirror image) of compound 1.
The reaction below gives a product mixture of two alcohols. They both have the
CHE 231 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY EXAM Illb Name
November 22, 2010
1. Fill in the following blanks: A LeWis acid is 2101) acceptor.
Hydronium ion is the conjugate of water. The stronger the acid, the more stable is
its . In addition to resonance dichloroacetate i
_2). Select the internal human body structure that does not normally have a normal biota.
all these could have a normal biota
[Some of the following may not be covered or mentioned in lecture try to answer them anyway!]
IDENTIFICATION OF PROKARYOTIC STRUCTURES
Label the appropriate structures indicated on the accompanying figure. The terms to be used are listed below. In
BIO 255 Lecture Exam II Review Questions
Most bacteria grow by the process of binary fission meaning they each split into 2 equal cells.
For each generation the population of cells increases by a factor of 2.
With a generation time of 30 minutes
Simple Distillation: Separation of Hexane and Toluene
Jamie V. Nguyen
Student ID: 0154151
Organic Chemistry Lab CHE 231 L3
Lab Report 3
9 October 2012
Abstract: The purpose of this experiment is the separate a mixture of hexane and toluene. In
order to se
Isolation of Acetylsalicylic Acid (ASA) from Aspirin Tablets
Jamie V. Nguyen
Student ID: 0154151
Tuesdays 3:00-5:50 PM
Organic Chemistry 1 Laboratory (CHE231 L3)
Lab Report #1
Abstract: The purpose of this experiment is to isolate acetylsalicylic acid (AS
Study Guide II
Terminology and Concepts
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Microbial Growth - Chapter 6
Direct Microscopic counts (counts dead and alive cells)
BIO 255 Exam III Study Guide Chapters 14, 15, 16, 17
MO and Human Health - Chapter 14
normal flora, microbiota, resident, transient
symbiosis: commensalism, mutualism, parasitism
The material for test 1 will include classes 1 7:
In the Course Notes book study: all of Unit 11 and Unit 12, ch 1 & ch 3.
What is covered
Unit 11, ch 1 & ch 2
Unit 11, ch 3 & 4; ch 5
Unit 11, ch 5 - ch 8
Unit 11, ch 9 & ch 10
Fractional Distillation: Separation of 2-Methylpentane
Jamie-Dong V. Nguyen
Tuesday 3:00 5:50 PM, CHE231 L3
15 October 2012
Lab Report 4
Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to separate 2-Methylpentane and cyclohexane in