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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Amine, Dimethyl Sulfide, Sulfur

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Klein ketone/aldehyde: prep of ketones and aldehydes, primary alcohol=> aldehyde, secondary alcohol => ketones, tertiary alcohol => cannot be oxidized,
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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Pi Bond, Electrophile, Halogenation

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11. 4a: equilibrium and reaction rates, free energy = overall equilibrium between reactant and product, height of transition state = rate of reaction,
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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Hydrolysis, Protonation, Ion

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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Hydride, Formaldehyde, Alcohol

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6. 7, 16. 12, 16. 13: raction of alkyl halides: synthesis fo alkanes, alkyl halides allow formation of c-h and c-c bonds, organometallic reagents b. i.
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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Alpha And Beta Carbon, Diethyl Malonate, Acetoacetic Acid

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Klein enolates and enols: alpha protons, alpha protons somewhat acidic, generates fairly reactive anion (enolate, keto-enol tautomerism a. Oh group: ke
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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Ylide, Elimination Reaction, Phosphonium

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16. 6, 16. 7, 16. 9, 16. 11, 16. 17: reactionsof carbonyl compounds: simple reversile additions, carbonyl = either electrophiles or nucleophiles depend
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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Thermodynamics, Ozonide, Dimethyl Sulfide

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16. 14a, 11. 6a,b and 11. 9: oxidation of monoalcohols, oxidize alcohol to aldehyde and, primary, secondary alcohols easily oxidized b. i. 2ndary = onl
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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Methoxide, Acetylide, Alkoxide

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X = f, cl, br, or i a. iii. Use root word that corresponds to longest carbon chain a. iii. 2. a. iii. 3. If numbering chain results in same substituent
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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Spectroscopy, Cuvette, Bond Length

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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Bromine, Acetaldehyde, Active Ingredient

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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Spectroscopy, Pi Bond, Molecular Orbital Diagram

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CHEM 35 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Transesterification, Alkylation, Hydrolysis

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Ch 19. 5e,c,d, 19. 8b-19. 9a: preview, how to make carboxylic acids a. i. Oxidation of aldehydes: nomenclature and properties of carboxylic acids, nami
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