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Organic Chemistry I

Organic Chemistry I

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Organic Chemistry I

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  1. Organic Chemistry I W e l c o m e

  2. Dr. Tim Schoof Instructor / Host

  3. Course Outline • Introduction to Organic Chemistry • Organic Definition • Reasons for Organic Chemistry • Review of Major Concepts in Chemistry I (Chapter 1) • Trends in the Periodic Table • Atomic Theory

  4. Course Outline Cont. • Review of Major Concepts (Cont.) (Chapter 1) • Bonding • Chemical Formulas • Lewis Structures • Formal Charge • Molecular Geometry • Isomers • Resonance

  5. Course Outline Cont. • Review of Major Concepts (Cont.) (Chapter 2) • Physical Properties • Functional Groups Test 1 • IUPAC Nomenclature (Chapter 4) • Basic Rules • Functional Groups • Side chains and substitutive groups

  6. Course Outline Cont. • IUPAC Nomenclature (Chapter 4) • Ring Structures • Bicyclic Compounds • Side chains and substitutive groups Test 2 • Alkanes (Chapter 4) • Sources of Alkanes • Petroleum Refining

  7. Course Outline Cont. • Alkanes (Chapter 4) • Cracking • Physical Properties • Sigma Bonds and Bond Rotation • Relative Stabilities (Energy & Stabilities) • Chair Conformation • Cis-Trans Isomers • Chemical Reactions of Alkanes

  8. Course Outline Cont. • Stereochemistry (Chapter 5) • Chirality • Enantiomers • History • Biological Importance • Nomenclature of Enatiomers • +/- System • D/L System (Chapter 22) • R/S System

  9. Course Outline Cont. • Stereochemistry (Chapter 5 Cont.) • Fischer Projection vs. Haworth Formulas • Anomers (Chapter 22) • Polysaccharides (Chapter 22) • Racemic Forms • Meso Compounds • Separation of Enatiomers Test 3

  10. Course Outline Cont. • Reactions (Chapter 6) • Physical Properties of Alkyl Halides • Substitution Reactions • Sn2 • Sn1 • Sn2 vs. Sn1 • Elimination Reactions • E2 • E1 • Energy of Activation (Ea) vs. Collision