Chemistry 50 General Chemistry I
Instructor: Alan Efron
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Email: [email protected]
Time: T Th 8:00-11:10 am (Lab) T Th 11:30-12:55 pm (Lecture)
Room: 7-2102 (Lecture) 60-3620 (Lab)
Office Hours: TBD, By appointment
Things to know for the 2nd Exam
o Limiting reagents
o Excess reagents
o Amounts left over at end of reaction
o Yields (actual, theoretical, and % yield)
Molecular, total and net ionic equations
o Write all of those
Answers to Exam 1 worksheet
2.46 x 1010 L or 24,600,000,000 L
9.) Complete the following chart of
Things to Know for the 1st Exam
o Scientific method
o Units, measurements
o Accuracy, precision
o Significant figures
o Scientific notation
o Physical and chemical changes
o Matter, mixtures, separation/types of mixtures
o Elements, compounds
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Radioactive Isotopes Used in Medical Diagnosis and Therapy
Alchemical Symbols Used in Biology and Botany
Sun; gold; annual plant.
Moon; silver; sometimes female sex.
Venus; copper; female sex.
Earth; terra; sometimes male sex.
Having male and female flowers separate.
Having male and femal
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Oxidation of Aromatic Aldehydes Using Oxone
Article in Journal of chemical education May 2007
Professor Truttmann, Chem 80, Spring 2016
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IR Spectrum of Heptane between salt plates
IR Spectrum of Acetone between salt plates
IR Spectrum of Ethanol between salt plates
IR Spectrum of 4-Chlorobenzaldehyde on ATR
IR Spectrum of Urea on ATR
IR Spectrum of Naphthalene on AT
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Table 1: Titration Data
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draw a mechanism for its formation (1 pt).
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1) Name the alkene shown below, making sure to include its stereochemistry. (2 pts)
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