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CHEM 2OA3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 73 pages long!)

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CHEM 2OA3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 44 pages long!)

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CHEM 2OA3- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 58 pages long!)

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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

[CHEM 2OA3] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (74 pages long)

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We can construct all compounds by combining atomic molecules, forming degenerate hybrid orbitals. All the bonds in this molecule has an antibonding mo.
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonSpring

CHEM 2OA3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Lindlar Catalyst

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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonSummer

CHEM 2OA3 Study Guide - Ethane, Trichloroacetic Acid, Nan

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Bases accept a proton: recall from general chemistry this classic example. A conjugate acid results when a base accepts a proton. A conjugate base resu
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Study Guide - Bromine, Formaldehyde, Sodium Hydroxide

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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pencil, Correction Fluid

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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Gregory Bahun Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Final: chapter 1 2OA3 Chem

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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Jeff LandryWinter

CHEM 2OA3 Study Guide - Sn2 Reaction, Amide, Elimination Reaction

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Sn2 if either of the reactants is charged. Aprotic favors e2 if either of the reactants is charged. Nu: strength, but but low [nu:] weak nu: disfavors
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Lecture 1: Podcast 1 Introduction

Almost all chemical reactions need some form of separation to obtain a pure product. There are 100,000 compounds in a human cell. To create a profile,
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Lecture 2: Podcast 2 Infrared

Light can be thought of as waves of energy or packets of energy called. Properties of light waves include wavelength and frequency and energy. Small wa
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Lecture 3: Podcast 3 Mass Spectrometry

Gives molecular weight of the compound, but does not give the functional groups. In solving chemical structures, we can almost never rely on one techni
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Lecture 5: Podcast 5 Proton NMR Spectroscopy

Measure: number of signals, signal location shift, signal area integration, signal shape splitting pattern. Number of signals: number of unique h envir
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Lecture 4: Podcast 4 Carbon NMR

Nmr is far more information rich than infrared or mass spec. Proton: several different pieces of independent information: chemical shift tells about en
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Gregory Bahun Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Lecture 2: Molecular Orbitals Explained

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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Harald StoverFall

CHEM 2OA3 Lecture Notes - Methyl Group, Activation Energy, Cyclic Compound

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Recall that electrons achieve a lower energy state when they occupy a bonding molecular orbital. Thus, breaking a bond requires an input of energy. For
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonWinter

CHEM 2OA3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sodium Hydroxide, Reagent, Formaldehyde

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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Lecture 6: Podcast 6 Proton NMR Multiplicity

Proton chemical shift: tells us about the environment of the protons. When a signal is observed in the h nmr, often it is split into multiple peaks. We
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Gregory Bahun Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Lecture 2: Chapter 1 lecture 2

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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonSpring

CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Lone Pair, Allyl Group, Octet Rule

C: indicated by a point on the line. H: assumed so carbon fulfills octet rule. Bonds: triple bonds are drawn to be linear. Heteroatoms (other than c an
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonSpring

CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Valence Bond Theory, Pauli Exclusion Principle, Infrared Spectroscopy

Constitutional isomers- same molecular formula but different atom arrangements. Tetravalent (carbon), trivalent (nitrogen), divalent (oxygen) and monov
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Enthalpy, Alkene, Nucleophile

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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Leaving Group, Alkene, Nucleophile

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Chapter 8 alkenes: structure and preparation via elimination reactions. Elimination is commonly observed for compounds with leaving groups. A proton fr
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Leaving Group, Nucleophile, Thiol

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Substitution: exchange on group for another: occurs when a suitable electrophile + (substrate) is treated with a nucleophile . Water = weak nucleophile
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonSpring

CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Conjugate Acid, Acid Dissociation Constant, Electronegativity

Water can be an acid or a base. Curved arrows show the flow of electron densities (unlike resonance structures: arrow are a tool) Reaction mechanism- h
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonSpring

CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pauli Exclusion Principle, Linear Combination Of Atomic Orbitals, Euclidean Vector

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Organic compounds are often difficult to isolate and purify, and when heated, 1. 2 they decompose more readily than inorganic compounds. Substances are
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonFall

CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Nucleophile, Electrophile

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Bonds can break homolytically or heterolytically: heterolytic: both electrons move to one atom uncharged radicals. Bond dissociation energy (bde): ener
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Paul HarrisonSpring

CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Rate-Determining Step, Sn2 Reaction, Substitution Reaction

Occurs when a leaving group is replaced by a nucleophile. Function of leaving groups: lg takes e- density via induction, making the connecting atom ele
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MCMASTERCHEM 2OA3Jeff LandryFall

CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes -Decane, Benzene, Mass Spectrum

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Mass spectrometry is primarily used to determine the molar mass and formula for a compound. High performance chromatography to separate compounds, mass
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CHEM 2OA3- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 58 pages long!)

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CHEM 2OA3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 44 pages long!)

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CHEM 2OA3 Lecture 1: Podcast 1 Introduction

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CHEM 2OA3 Lecture 2: Podcast 2 Infrared

Light can be thought of as waves of energy or packets of energy called. Properties of light waves include wavelength and frequency and energy. Small wa
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CHEM 2OA3 Lecture 3: Podcast 3 Mass Spectrometry

Gives molecular weight of the compound, but does not give the functional groups. In solving chemical structures, we can almost never rely on one techni
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CHEM 2OA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Lone Pair, Allyl Group, Octet Rule

C: indicated by a point on the line. H: assumed so carbon fulfills octet rule. Bonds: triple bonds are drawn to be linear. Heteroatoms (other than c an
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CHEM 1A03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Writing Implement, Css Box Model, Nanowire

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Midterm is worth 25 points, not including extra credit, which gives you up to 8 extra points. Right now- fill in your id number, the bubbles and your v
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CHEM 1A03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Calcium Hydroxide, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors Fc, Electron Configuration

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18. 9% phosphorus, and 39. 0% oxygen. (10 points) formula of a compound that is composed of 42. 1 % sodium, Balance the following chemical equation and
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CHEM 1A03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Massless Particle, Tennis Ball, Hydrogen Atom

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Please write numerical answers with the correct number of signi cant gures. Useful constants and equations are found at the back of the exam, along wit
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CHEM 1A03 Midterm: CHEM1A Midterm Solutions

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CHEM 1A03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Bond Order, Rydberg Constant, Sodium Hydroxide

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There are 35 multiple-choice questions appearing on pages numbered 3 to 26. Pages 27-30 are extra space for rough work. 31 includes some useful data an
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CHEM 1A03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Uncertainty Principle, Rydberg Constant, Aluminium Chloride

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Information you may (or may not) nd useful. Avogadro"s number gas constant (r) gas constant (r) electron charge (e) electron mass. An electron has a wa
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