Final Exam Chemistry 3332 May 3, 2006
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Chem 3331 2011 Final Review
Acid/Base strength based on pKa on conjugate strength
Orbitals and hybridization (molecular shapes)
Intermolecular forces and their impact on physical properties.
Newman projections (energies of conformers)
Planning a Synthesis
There are often a number of routes that can be taken to synthesize a given molecule.
There are at least three different routes to synthesize 3-phenyl-3-pentanol. This handout will
illustrate these three routes using first retrosynthei
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1
Alkanes, alkenes, alkynes
Hydrocarbons contain only carbon and hydrogen.
single bonds between atoms; general fo
Review of Alkene Reactivity
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A. Nomenclature: Total = 12 points
Please provide a proper IUPAC name for each of the following compounds. Include stereochemistry where
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Dr. Randy Thummel
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University of Houston Chem 3331
Step by step approach to unknown analysis by IR
1. Look first for the carbonyl C=O band. Look for a strong band at 1820-1660 cm-1. This band is
usually the most intense absorption band in a spectrum. If you see the carbonyl
Two atoms can share more than one pair of electrons
Called multiple bonds
What about other structures?
How does this compare to the rules?
Rules 1 and 3
What about rule 4?
Are there other structures you can draw?
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