CHEM 2OA3 Lecture Notes - Khan Academy, Hydroxy Group, Boiling Point

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SN1, SN2, E1, and E2 Reactions
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o We’re working out practice problems
From now on, “Negative and Positive Reactions”
o Negatively charged things are going to react with positively charged things
Chapter 8 The Hydroxyl Functional Group
Alcohols have more reactivity than Alkyl Halides
o Very polar Carbon-Oxygen bond
o Can undergo Redox Chemistry
o Polarized Carbon to Oxygen and Hydrogen to Oxygen
Carbon and Hydrogen are slightly positive, Oxygen is slightly negative
C+--O--+H
Need to be able to look at a name and draw a structure of it
o Lots of common names that have stuck around for hundreds of years in O-Chem
Some of the More Common Alcohols in Real Life:
o Methanol: CH3OH
o Ethanol: CH3CH2OH
o Isopropyl Alcohol: (CH3)2COH
o T-Butyl Alcohol: (CH3)3COH
Suffix for Alcohol Function Group is ol
o Take name of Alkyl, then drop “e” and add “ol”
CH3CH2CH2CH2OH (Butane→1-Butanol)
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See the summary pdf i downloaded, watch khan academy videos for it: we"re working out practice problems. From now on, negative and positive reactions : negatively charged things are going to react with positively charged things. Alcohols have more reactivity than alkyl halides: very polar carbon-oxygen bond, can undergo redox chemistry, polarized carbon to oxygen and hydrogen to oxygen. Carbon and hydrogen are slightly positive, oxygen is slightly negative. Need to be able to look at a name and draw a structure of it: lots of common names that have stuck around for hundreds of years in o-chem. Some of the more common alcohols in real life: methanol: ch3oh, ethanol: ch3ch2oh, isopropyl alcohol: (ch3)2coh, t-butyl alcohol: (ch3)3coh. Suffix for alcohol function group is ol: take name of alkyl, then drop e and add ol . Ch3ch2ch2ch2oh (butane 1-butanol: start numbers so that the oh is the lowest possible number! Ch3ch2ch3 has a boiling point well below room temperature.

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