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|1||January 17-Chapter 1-Video||19-Video-Video|
|3||31-Chapter 3-Video||February 2--Video-Video|
|4||7-Chapter 4-Video||9-Review 1-Video|
|7||28-Chapter 6-Video||March 2-Video|
|8||7-Chapter 7-Video||9-Review 2-Video|
|11||28-Chapter 8-Video||30-Drop Deadline-Video|
|14||18-Exam 3-||20-Chapter 9-Video-Video|
|16||May 2-||4-Review 4-|
|17||11-Comprehensive Final, 7
to 8:20 am
Exam 4, 8:25 to 9:45 am
Your grade for this course will consist of:
for a total of 500 points, A > 89.5 %, B > 79.5 %, C > 69.5 %, D > 59.5 % of these points.
Please look at the undergraduate catalog for policies pertaining to everything else.
(All lessons due on the midnight (SMT) of the date given).
L# stands for lessons, M# for mechanisms. Both count for your exercise grades.
|L# or M#||
|L1||Normal or n-Alkanes||Ö||79-81 (2.4-2.5)||Thursday, January 19|
|L2||Iso and Neo Common Names||Ö||72-79 (2.1-2.3)||Saturday, January 21|
|L3||Common Names of Alkyl Radicals||Ö||90-95 (2.7)||Tuesday, January 24|
|L4||Systematic Names of Alkyl Radicals||Ö||95-97 (2.7)||Thursday, January 26|
|L5||Branched Acyclic Alkanes: Systematic Nomenclature||Ö||81-87(2.5)||Saturday, January 28|
|L6||Smallest Example of a Functional Group||Ö||97-100 (2.8)||Tuesday, January 31|
|L7||Cis and Trans on Monocyclic Alkanes||Ö||146-156 (3.9-3.10)||Thursday, February 2|
|L8||Mono Cyclic Alkanes||Ö||87-90, 134-146, 156-159 (2.6, 3.5-3.8, 3.11)||Saturday, February 4|
|L9||Cis and Trans on Bicyclic Alkanes: Von-Baeyer Nomenclature||Ö||159-167 (3.12-3.13)||Tuesday, February 7|
|L10||Endo, Exo, Syn and Anti on Bicyclic Alkanes||Ö||839-846 (16.6)||Thursday, February 9|
|L11||Acyclic Alkenes: E-Z Nomenclature||Ö||100-109, 678-679 (2.9-2.10, 13.7)||Saturday, February 11|
|L12||Mono Cyclic Alkenes||Ö||165 (3.13)||Thursday, February 16|
|L13||Acyclic Alkanes with one Chiral Center: R, S Nomenclature||Ö||540-545 (11.2)||Saturday, February 18|
|L14||Acyclic Alkanes with two or more Chiral Centers||Ö||555-560 (11)||Tuesday, February 21|
|L15||Alkanes Review||Ö||Thursday, February 23|
|L16||Line Notation||Ö||74 (2.1)||Saturday, February 25|
|Equilibrium of Acid Base Reactions||(5)|
|L17||Acyclic Alcohols||Ö||581-588 (12.1)||Tuesday, February 28|
|L18||Acyclic Aldehydes and Ketones||Ö||298-300 (7.1)||Thursday, March 2|
|M1||Mechanism: The acid catalyzed synthesis of the ketal of cyclohexanone and ethane-1,2-diol||Ö||310-319 (7.5)||Saturday, March 4|
|M2||Mechanism: The acid catalyzed synthesis of the enol ether of 3-methylbutanone and methanol||310-319 (7.5)||Tuesday, March 7|
|L19||Hydrates, Hemiacetals, Hemiketals, Acetals, Ketals, Enols, Enolates, Enol Ethers and Oxoniums||Ö||310-319 (7.5)||Thursday, March 9|
|L20||Imines, Enamines, Hydrazones, and Oximes||Ö||319-324 (7.6)||Saturday, March 11|
|M3||Mechanism: The synthesis of the enamine of 2,2-dimethylcyclohexanone and pyrrolidine||319-324 (7.6)||Tuesday, March 14|
|M4||Mechanism: The synthesis of triethylamine by reductive amination||319-324 (7.6)||Thursday, March 16|
|L21||Reductive Addition to Aldehydes and Ketones||Ö||326-338 (7.7-7.8)||Saturday, March 18|
|M5||Mechanism: The synthesis of pentan-3-ol from bromoethane and propanal||326-338 (7.7-7.8)||Thursday, March 23|
|L22||The Wittig Reaction||Ö||341-347 (7.10)||Saturday, March 25|
|L23||Carboxylic Acids: Common and Systematic Nomenclature||Ö||300-303 (7.1)||Tuesday, March 28|
|M6||Mechanism: The Wittig reaction of iodomethane and cyclohexanone (#Ring Pi Electrons = 18)||341-347 (7.10)||Thursday, March 30|
|M7||Mechanism: The synthesis of caprolactone by the acid catalyzed Fischer esterification of 6-hydroxyhexanoic acid||359-382, 399-402 (8.1-8.4, 8.7)||Saturday, April 1|
|M8||Mechanism: The reaction of propanoic acid and methanamine with DCC||1209 -1216 (23.6)||Tuesday, April 4|
|L24||Synthesis of Carboxylic Acid Derivatives from Carboxylic Acids||Ö||359-382, 399-402 (8.1-8.4, 8.7)||Thursday, April 6|
|M9||Mechanism: The reduction of N,N-diethylethanamide with diisobutylaluminum hydride||382-391(8.5)||Saturday, April 8|
|L25||Reduction of Carboxylic Acid Derivatives||Ö||382-399 , 402-404 (8.5-8.6, 8.7)||Tuesday, April 11|
|M10||Mechanism: The reduction of methyl propanoate with methyl magnesium chloride and hydronium workup||391-399 (8.6)||Thursday, April 13|
|L26||Acyclic Alkyl Halides||Ö||(2)||Saturday, April 15|
|L27||Acyclic Thiols||Ö||581-588 (12.1)||Thursday, April 20|
|L28||Amines and Ammonium Salts||Ö||581-588 (12.1)||Saturday, April 22|
|L29||Acyclic Ethers||Ö||581-588 (12.1)||Tuesday, April 25|
|L30||IR of C4H8O2 Isomers||Ö||436-461 (9.2-9.8)||Thursday, April 27|
|L31||1H NMR of C6H14O Isomers||Ö||(10)||Saturday, April 29|
|L32||13C NMR of Acyclic Alkanes||Ö||(10)||Tuesday, May 2|
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