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UTSGCHM136H1Clive Scott Browning, Kristine QuinlanWinter

CHM136H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Prochirality, Racemic Mixture, Trigonal Planar Molecular Geometry

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Meso compounds do not happen often in nature despite a chirality centre, the molecules is achiral. Very helpful for visualizing and for drawing mirror
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UTSGCHM136H1Andrew( Andy) DicksFall

CHM136H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Lone Pair, Bond Length, Molecular Geometry

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Chm138h1 - lecture 2 - introduction to organic chemistry (continued) 1858: kekul and couper independently observed that c always has four bonds, which
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CHM136H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Chemical Polarity, Valence Electron, Lone Pair

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CHM136H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Trigonal Planar Molecular Geometry, Sigma Bond, Pi Bond

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UTSGCHM136H1Clive Scott Browning, Kristine QuinlanWinter

CHM136H1 Lecture 2: Structure & Bonding

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UTSGCHM136H1Andrew( Andy) DicksFall

CHM136H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cholesterol, Oxycodone, Rofecoxib

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Chm138h1 - lecture 1 - introduction to organic chemistry. All living things are made of organic chemicals. Found in 99% of more than 50 million known c
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UTSGCHM136H1Clive Scott Browning, Kristine QuinlanWinter

CHM136H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Optical Rotation, Stereoisomerism, Atomic Number

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UTSGCHM136H1Clive Scott Browning, Kristine QuinlanWinter

CHM136H1 Lecture 13: Intro to Stereochemistry

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Chapter 5 (not 5. 10) & chapter 25 (25. 2 only) Isomers different compounds with the same molecular formula. Constitutional isomers isomers with differ
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UTSGCHM136H1Clive Scott Browning, Kristine QuinlanWinter

CHM136H1 Lecture 8: Alkanes & their stereochemistry

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UTSGCHM136H1Clive Scott Browning, Kristine QuinlanWinter

CHM136H1 Lecture 7: lec 7 CHM136H1 Lecture 7:ecture 7:Alkanes & Their Stereochemistry

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Noncovalent interactions (intermolecular forces, ie. between separate molecules) Dispersion especially important for non-polar molecules (instantaneous
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UTSGCHM135H1Gilbert Walker, Eugenia Kumacheva, Kristine QuinlanFall

CHM135H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Current Meter, Work Function, Photon

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UTSGCHM136H1Clive Scott Browning, Kristine QuinlanWinter

CHM136H1 Lecture 15: Chirality

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Rank atoms on each end of the bond by decreasing atomic number. If the first atoms in the substituent are the same, look at the 2nd, the 3rd, until the
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