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Class Notes for CHEM102 at University of Wollongong

Chemistry 1B: Structure and Reactivity of Molecules for Life

CHEM102 Lecture 12: Alkyl Halides

1. Alkyl Halides substitution and elimination reactions C based group attached to a halogen Haloalkenes (alkyl halides) are useful building blocks and more stable members are useful in their own right o Teflon (PTFE) o Dic...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
CHEM102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Pi Bond, Benzene, Addition Reaction

1. Aromatic Chemistry Common aromatic compounds Structure and aromaticity Alkenes have sp2 hybridised carbons and a localised pi bond formed from the overlap of 2 orbitals Aro...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
CHEM102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Newman Projection, Chemical Formula, Stereoisomerism

Alkanes Isomerism describes where 2 compounds have the same chemical (molecular) formula but different structure CONSTITUTIONAL ISOMERS (structural isomers) o Atoms connected differently o Same molecular formula (i.e. isom...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
CHEM102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Pi Bond, Electrophile, Nucleophile

Alkenes Relative stability of alkenes o In simple alkenes the presence of groups in a Z configuration stabilises that isomer relative to the isomeric alkene with the same groups in a E configuration E2butene is more stable...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
CHEM102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Coordination Complex, Electron Shell, Ferromagnetism

Transition metals and coordination chemistry Transition metals Located in middle block of periodic table 1 transition series is elements 2130 2 transition series is elements 3948 The five 3d metal orbitals These are their ...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
CHEM102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Spectrochemical Series, Transition Metal, Crystal Field Theory

Transition metals and coordination chemistry II Crystal Field Theory Describes the breaking of orbital degeneracy in transition metal complexes due to the presence of ligands. Ligands are Lewis bases that are attracted to ...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
CHEM102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Galvanic Anode, Cathodic Protection, Ammonium Chloride

Electrochemistry (Part 3) Corrosion Corrosion protection #1 o Coating e.g. tin plating of steel Disadvantage once layer scratched corrosion is actually accelerated...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
CHEM102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Conjugate Acid, Equivalence Point, Acid Strength

Aqueous Equillibria Buffers o Solutions of a weak conjugate acid/base pair o Resist pH changes, even when strong acid or base is added o Equimolar solutio...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
CHEM102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Standard Hydrogen Electrode, Membrane Potential, Electrochemistry

Electrochemistry (part II) Cell Potential Shorthand notation for cell: o E.g. Cell potential conventions o Potential: A mea...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
CHEM102 Lecture 4: Electrochemistry 1

Electrochemistry Electron transfer reactions o REDOX (reductionocidation) o Reduction = gaining of electrons e.g. Pb2+ + 2e Pb o Oxidation = loss of electrons e.g. Zn Zn2+ + 2e Oxidation numbers o Rules: Elemental form = 0...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
CHEM102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Molar Concentration, Titration, Conjugate Acid

Acid Base Chemistry AcidBase strength is determined by: o Structure and polarity o Stability of the conjugate base o Transition metal ions o Organic acids and bases AcidBase concentration is determined by: o Molar concentr...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
CHEM102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Conjugate Acid, Strong Electrolyte, Ph

1. Acid Base Equillibria Define Bronsted-Lowry acids and bases Bronsted Lowry definition: o Acid = proton donor o Base = proton acceptor The H+ ion o Simply a proton with no surrounding vale...

Chemistry
CHEM102
Aaron Oakley
Inorganic Chemistry - Reference Guides

This Guide provides invaluable reference material to anyone who requires readily accessible information concerning the basic principles that underlie this complex science. The Guide carefully references the Periodic Table ...

Chemistry
CHEM 30100
All Professors
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Iupac Nomenclature Of Inorganic Chemistry, Lithium Aluminium Hydride, Polyatomic Ion

p e r m a c h a rt s MT I n o r g a n i c C h e m i s t r y N o m e n c l a t u r e ...

Chemistry
CHEM 30100
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Locant, Parent Structure, Substituent

permacharts TM O r g a n icC h e m is t ryN o m e n c la t u r e Nam...

Chemistry
CHEM 22700
All Professors
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Beta Particle, Beta Decay, Atomic Number

permacharts TM Periodic Table of the Elements ...

Chemistry
CHEM 11100
All Professors
Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Carnot Heat Engine, Carnot Cycle, Isentropic Process

permacha srtM PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY Basics Adiabatic process in which no heat is transferred into or out Internal energy The total kinetic and potent...

Chemistry
CHEM 11100
All Professors
Introductory Chemistry - Reference Guides

This Guide serves as a well organized and effective point of entry for anyone embarking upon the study of Chemistry. All fundamental terms are clearly organized in chart form, with illustrative graphics. More complex conce...

Chemistry
CHEM 11100
All Professors

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