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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15.7-15.8: Acyl Group, Aluminium Chloride, Acylation

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Acyl group = cor: acylation is adding the cor group onto the molecule, two common acyl groups are acetyl (coch3) and benzoyl (coar) Friedel-crafts acyl
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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15.5-15.6: Sulfonate, Sulfur Trioxide, Sulfuric Acid

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Benzene reacts with fuming sulfuric acid at room temperature: to make benzenesulfonic acid, fuming sulfuric acid = sulfuric acid (h2so4) mixed with sul
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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.1-13.3: Allyl Chloride, Allyl Group, Propene

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Conjugated unsaturated system = molecular unit contain electrons which can be delocalized over three or more contiguous atoms: a. k. a. a double single
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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.8-12.9: Formaldehyde, Protecting Group

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Grignard reagents can react with formaldehyde to make a primary oh. Grignard reagents can react with all other aldehydes to form secondary oh: 3. Grign
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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.1-11.4: Alkoxy Group, Methanol, Anethole

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Nature has many sources of natural ether and alcohols: ex. menthol, vanillin, anethole, ethanol, borneol, eucalyptus. Alcohols = hydroxyl group (oh) bo
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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14.8-14.11: Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon, Cyclopentene, Pyrene

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Benzenoid aromatic compounds a broad class of aromatic compounds: polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (pah) Consist of molecules having two or more benzen
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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.6-12.7: Grignard Reaction, Group 2 Organometallic Chemistry, Reagent

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Organolithium: made by reducing organic halides with li metal. Grignard reagents a. k. a. organomagnesium halides: grignard reagents can be made by rea
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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.9-11.11: Sulfonyl Halide, Thionyl Chloride, Organochloride

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Chapter 11. 9: alkyl halides from the reaction of alcohols with pbr3 or socl2. Primary and secondary alcohols react with phosphorus tribromide to make
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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.1-12.3: Trigonal Planar Molecular Geometry, Nucleophilic Addition, Sodium Borohydride

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Carbonyl groups are versatile and found in many functional groups. Carbonyl contains aldehydes, amides, esters, carboxylic acids, ketones, etc: it"s ba
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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11.5-11.8: Phosphorus Tribromide, Leaving Group, Thionyl Chloride

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Reactions of alcohols occur because of: o in oh being nucleophilic and weakly basic, h in oh being weakly acidic, oh has the ability of being a leaving
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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.4-13.7: Unpaired Electron, Allyl Group, Pi Bond

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The propenyl cation is more stable than a secondary carbocation and almost as stable as a tertiary carbocation. Carbocation stability: substituted ally
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CHEM 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.4-12.5: Pyridinium Chlorochromate, Jones Oxidation, Alcohol

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Oxidation of primary alcohols into aldehydes: primary oh can be oxidized into aldehydes then into carboxylic acids. It"s easier to oxidize oh into carb
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