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Intro to Organic Chemistry 2016-17

INTRO TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY COURSE 2016-17

This is the course page for Introduction to Organic Chemistry 2016-17.

Here you will find the details of the course, listed by Topic (1-6) and in turn by the sub-headings of Notes, Homework, Tests, Quizzes and Other. This page should help you to keep track of the progression of the course throughout the semester.


TOPIC 1 – Nomenclature


Notes:

Homework:

Tests:

  • 01 – Nomenclature – 9/1

Quizzes:

  • 01a – Skeletal, Graphical, Molecular and Empirical Formula conversions – 8/30

Labs:

  • 01a – Models & Nomenclature – 8/19

Other:

MSU problems;

  • MSU GQ1 – Common Valencies
  • MSU GQ4 – Line & Condensed Structural Formulas
  • MSU GQ5 – Identifying Line Formulas
  • MSU GQ7 (1-6) – Structural Formulas & Alkane Nomenclature
  • MSU GQ12 (1-4) Interpreting Molecular Formulas of Hydrocarbons
  • MSU N1 – Identifying IUPAC Suffix and Chain Length
  • MSU N2 – Alkane Nomenclature
  • MSU N3 – Nomenclature Problems
  • MSU GQ19 – Identifying Functional Groups
  • MSU GQ20 – Functional Groups I
  • MSU GQ21 – Functional Groups II

Textbook (Organic Chemistry: A Short Course 13th Ed., Hart, Haddad, Craine & Hart) Reading & Problems;

  • p38-44 Alkane & Halogeno Nomenclature: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8
  • p50-64 Cycloalkane Nomenclature: 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.26, 2.27, 2.28, 2.29, 2.30
  • p72-109 Alkene and Alkyne Nomenclature: 3.3, 3.4, 3.34, 3.35 (a-e, i-j)
  • p120-141 Aromatic Nomenclature: 4.7, 4.8, 4.20 (a-e, g, i, l-m), 4.21 (a-b, d, f, h)
  • p208-230 Alcohol Nomenclature: 7.1, 7.2, 7.26 7.27 (a-f, i-j), 7.29
  • p255-283 Aldehyde & Ketone Nomenclature: 9.1, 9.2, 9.30 (a-f, h, i), 9.31 (a-e, g, i-j)
  • p289-322 Carboxylic Acid Nomenclature: 10.1, 10.2, 10.37 (a-c, i-k), 10.38
  • p310 Ester Nomenclature: 10.14, 10.15
  • p323 Acid Halide Nomenclature: 10.44 (i)
  • p313 Amide Nomenclature: 10.31
  • p329 Amine Nomenclature: 11.2, 11.3, 11.4, 11.24 (a-i, k-l), 11.25 (a-f)

Links;


TOPIC 2 – Isomerism


Notes:

Homework:

Tests:

  • 02 – Isomerism – 09/22

Quizzes:

  • 02a – Structural Isomerism – 09/15
  • 02b – Stereoisomerism – 09/19

Labs:

  • 02 – Cis/Trans Isomerism – 08/25 – 08/30

Other:

MSU Problems;

Textbook (Organic Chemistry: A Short Course 13th Ed., Hart, Haddad, Craine & Hart) Reading and Problems;

  • p12-64 Structural Isomerism: 1.17, 1.20, 1.38, 1.39, 2.31
  • p47-49 Conformers: 2.9
  • p76-78 Geometric (Cis/Trans) Isomerism: 3.6
  • p148-152 Optical Isomerism: 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5
  • p153-157 R-S Convention: 5.10, 5.11
  • p157-158 E-Z Convention: 5.12, 5.13

Links;


TOPIC 3 – Mechanisms


Notes:

Homework:

 Tests:

  • 03 – Mechanisms – 10/13

Quizzes:

  • 03a – Mechanisms and Curly Arrows – 10/5

Labs:

  • 03 – Lewis Acids and Bases in complex ions –

Other:

MSU Problems;

  • MSU M3 (1-8) – Evaluating Curved Arrow Mechanisms Part 1
  • MSU M4 (1-3) – Evaluating Curved Arrow Mechanisms Part 2
  • MSU EN2 – Identifying Electrophiles
  • MSU EN3 – Identifying Nucleophiles
  • MSU GQ9 – Identifying Polarity in Molecules
  • MSU GQ16 – Hybridization
  • MSU GQ17 – Hybridization in a Single Molecule Part 1
  • MSU GQ18 – Hybridization in a Single Molecule Part 2

Textbook (Organic Chemistry: A Short Course 13th Ed., Hart, Haddad, Craine & Hart) Reading & Problems;

  • p59-67 Homolytic Free Radical Substitution: 2.19, 2.20, 2.21, 2.22, 2.23, 2.24, 2.25, 2.50, 2.51, 2.52
  • p79-113 Heterolytic Electrophilic Addition: 3.8, 3.9, 3.10, 3.12, 3.41, 3.42, 3.62
  • p142 Heterolytic Electrophilic Substitution: 4.30
  • p191-203 Heterolytic Nucleophilic Substitution: 6.6 (first part), 6.8, 6.11, 6.12 (d, f, g)

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TOPIC 4 – The Reaction Catalog


Notes:

Homework:

  • Review for Quizzes 04a-04d and Topic 4 Test – (nothing to turn in)
  • Organic Worksheet 04a

Tests:

  • 04 Reaction Catalog – 11/18

Quizzes:

  • 04a – Reactions 1-5 – 10/31
  • 04b – Reactions 6-13 – 11/7
  • 04c – Reactions 14-16 – 11/11
  • 04d – Reactions 17-21 – 11/16

Labs:

  • 04a – Preparation of Esters
  • 04b – Fermentation
  • 04c – Organic Smells Identification Kit (Esters etc.)
  • 04d – Synthesis of Aspirin
  • 04e – Polymerization 1 (Foam)
  • 04f – Polymerization 2 (Slime)
  • 04g – Oxidation of an aldehyde

Other:

MSU Problems;

Textbook (Organic Chemistry: A Short Course 13th Ed., Hart, Haddad, Craine & Hart) Reading & Problems;

  • RC#1: 6.1a, 6.2b
  • RC#2: 6.9
  • RC#3: 10.16, 10.19
  • RC#4: 7.3
  • RC#5
  • RC#6: 2.19, 2.20, 2.21
  • RC#7: 3.8, 3.9, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.13, 3.14
  • RC#8: 7.14(a)
  • RC#9: 7.16, 7.17
  • RC#: 10.22
  • RC#11: 4.30(a)
  • RC#12: 4.38(g)
  • RC#13: 10.42(c)
  • RC#14: 6.2(c)
  • RC#15: 9.14, 9.15, 10.10, 10.11
  • RC#16: 10.22
  • RC#17: 10.13 (one route)
  • RC#18: 11.10
  • RC#19: 11.17
  • RC#20: None
  • RC#21: None

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TOPIC 5 – Structure Determination


Notes:

Homework:

Tests:

  • None

Quizzes:

  • 05a – Determining Structure –

Labs:

  • 05a – Make Your Own Silver Mirror (microscale)
  • 05b – The Mirrored Flask (larger scale)

Other:

MSU Problems;

Textbook (Organic Chemistry: A Short Course 13th Ed., Hart, Haddad, Craine & Hart) Reading & Problems;

Links;


TOPIC 6 – Synthesis


Notes:

Homework:

Tests:

Quizzes:

Labs:

Other:

MSU Problems;

Textbook (Organic Chemistry: A Short Course 13th Ed., Hart, Haddad, Craine & Hart) Reading & Problems;

Links;