• Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 1 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 1 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 1 introduction and review the organic chemistry. The goal is for you to learn: Review concepts from general chemistry that are essen-tial for success in organic chemistry, such as the electronic structure of the atom, Lewis structures and the octet rule, types of bonding, electronegativity, and formal charges; predict patterns of covalent and ionic bonding involving C, H, O, N, and the halogens. Identify resonancestabilized structures...

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 2 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 2 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 2 - Structure and properties of organic molecules. To understand these aspects of molecular structure we need to consider how the atomic orbitals on an atom mix to form hybrid atomic orbitals and how orbitals on different atoms combine to form molecular orbitals. In this chapter, we look more closely at how combinations of orbitals account for the shapes and properties we observe in organic molecules.

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 5 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 5 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    In this chapter, we study the three-dimensional structures of molecules to understand their stereochemical relationships. We compare the various types of stereoisomers and study ways to differentiate among stereoisomers. In future chapters, we will see how stereochemistry plays a major role in the properties and reactions of organic compounds.

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 7 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 7 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 7 - Structure and synthesis of Alkenes. The goal in this chapter: Draw and name alkenes and cycloalkenes; given a molecular formula, calculate the number of double bonds and rings; explain how the stability of alkenes depends on their structures; show how alkenes can be synthesized by eliminations from alkyl halides and alcohols.

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 4 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 4 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 4 - The Study of chemical reactions. In this chapter, students will be able to: Propose mechanisms and explain the steps for simple reactions such as free-radical halogenation; draw a reaction-energy diagram, and use it to identify the factors controlling the thermodynamics and kinetics of a reaction; use the mechanism, thermodynamics, and kinetics of a reaction to predict which of several possible products is the major product;...

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 3 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 3 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 3 - Structure and stereochemistry of alkanes. In this chapter you will learn: Draw and name the isomers of alkanes, and explain the trends in their physical properties; draw alkane conformations, compare their energies, and predict the most stable conformations; draw and name the isomers of cycloalkanes, and explain ring strain; draw the conformations of cycloalkanes, compare their energies, and predict the most stable conformations.

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 17 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 17 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 17 - Reactions of aromatic compounds. In this chapter, we will study several of these reactions and then consider how substituents on the ring influence its reactivity toward electrophilic aromatic substitution and the regiochemistry seen in the products. We will also study other reactions of aromatic compounds, including nucleophilic aromatic substitution, addition reactions, reactions of side chains, and special reactions of phenols.

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 6 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 6 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 6 - Alkyl Halides: Nucleophilic Substitution and Elimination. In this chapter, we consider the properties and reactions of alkyl halides. After studying this chapter you will be able to: Name alkyl halides, explain their physical properties, and describe their common uses; predict the products of substitution and elimination reactions, and explain what factors favor each type of reaction;...

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 8 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 8 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 8 - Reactions of Alkenes. This chapter include objectives: Explain why electrophilic additions are among the most common reactions of alkenes; Predict the products of the reactions of alkenes, including the orientation of the reaction (regiochemistry) and the stereochemistry; propose mechanisms to explain the observed products of alkene reactions; use retrosynthetic analysis to solve multistep synthesis problems with alkenes as...

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 19 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 19 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Amines are organic derivatives of ammonia with one or more alkyl or aryl groups bonded to the nitrogen atom. As a class, amines include some of the most important biological compounds. Amines serve many functions in living organisms, such as bioregulation, neurotransmission, and defense against predators. This chapter draw and name amines, and use spectral information to determine their structures; compare the basicity of amines with other...

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 10 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 10 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Alcohols are synthesized by a wide variety of methods, and the hydroxyl group may be converted to most other functional groups. For these reasons, alcohols are versatile synthetic intermediates. In this chapter, we discuss the physical properties of alcohols and summarize the methods used to synthesize them.

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  • Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 9 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Lecture Organic chemistry: Chapter 9 - L. G. Wade, Jr.

    Chapter 9 introduce to Alkynes. In this chapter, students will be able to: Draw and name alkynes, cycloalkynes, and their derivatives; show how to synthesize alkynes by eliminations from alkyl halides and by the additions and substitutions of acetylide ions; predict the products of the reactions of alkynes, including the orientation of the reaction (regiochemistry) and the stereochemistry;...

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