Organic Chemistry

ORGANIC CURRENT EVENT PROJECT:

  1. ARTICLE TITLE AND AUTHOR
  2. CITATIONS-USE CHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING NEWS PLUS TWO MORE AND CITE USING BIBME OR EQUIVALENT
  3. 3 MAIN POINTS MINIMUM THAT YOU THINK ARE INTERESTING FROM THE ARTICLE
  4. 2 IMAGES MINIMUM
  5. 1 MOLECULE OR REACTION MINIMUM THAT IS RELEVANT TO THE ARTICLE
  6. YOUR NAME

SYMMETRY OF MOLECULES

EQUILIBRIUM Prelab Assignment

EQUILIBRIUM LAB LINKS IN CLASS ASSIGNMENT PER 1 JAN 4/FINISH FOR HOMEWORK IF NECESSARY- please view the 3 crash courses below (each are approx. 10 min) and take notes turn in ( 1/3 page on #17, 1/3 page on #20, and 1/3 page on #28 is enough... this whole assignment should not take you more than 40 min). If there is any trouble on the ipads use a computer. If the library is open you may go there, bring headphones.


You should be able to answer questions about the main points presented and complete your next lab - Equilibrium lab with success! (The presenter talks fast! Don’t worry, there is a recap!!)

Online Chemical Editor

http://www.webqc.org/ moleculareditor2.php

Extraction Lab Data Organization

Make a data table that shows the beginning mass of the mixture, mass of

p-dichlorobenzene, p-toluidine, and 2-napthol, and the sum of the three products, difference in mass from start to finish if there is one - put this rough draft on right side of procedure at end

start thinking... where did your mass go, can you prove where it went - if you can than do that - document clearly what you are doing on the right side of procedure

TYPE THE FINAL DATA TABLE, MAKE LABELS AND UNITS CLEAR, PRINT THIS


Calculation- show how to compute your % yield of your products.


Conclusion - See the document below to help you get started.


Error Analysis


Works Cited

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ORGANIC CURRENT EVENT PROJECT:

  1. ARTICLE TITLE AND AUTHOR
  2. CITATIONS-USE CHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING NEWS PLUS TWO MORE AND CITE USING BIBME OR EQUIVALENT
  3. 3 MAIN POINTS MINIMUM THAT YOU THINK ARE INTERESTING FROM THE ARTICLE
  4. 2 IMAGES MINIMUM
  5. 1 MOLECULE OR REACTION MINIMUM THAT IS RELEVANT TO THE ARTICLE
  6. YOUR NAME

SYMMETRY OF MOLECULES






APP REVIEW

http://goo.gl/forms/kR8ShwJ9f2

EQUILIBRIUM Prelab Assignment

EQUILIBRIUM LAB LINKS IN CLASS ASSIGNMENT PER 1 JAN 4/FINISH FOR HOMEWORK IF NECESSARY- please view the 3 crash courses below (each are approx. 10 min) and take notes turn in ( 1/3 page on #17, 1/3 page on #20, and 1/3 page on #28 is enough... this whole assignment should not take you more than 40 min). If there is any trouble on the ipads use a computer. If the library is open you may go there, bring headphones.


You should be able to answer questions about the main points presented and complete your next lab - Equilibrium lab with success! (The presenter talks fast! Don’t worry, there is a recap!!)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqtUWyDR1fg this is Energy and Chemistry crash course #17


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsY4WcQOrfk this is Entropy-Second Law of Thermodynamics crash course # 20


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5wNg_dKsYY




Online Chemical Editor

http://www.webqc.org/ moleculareditor2.php

Extraction Lab Data Organization

Make a data table that shows the beginning mass of the mixture, mass of

p-dichlorobenzene, p-toluidine, and 2-napthol, and the sum of the three products, difference in mass from start to finish if there is one - put this rough draft on right side of procedure at end

start thinking... where did your mass go, can you prove where it went - if you can than do that - document clearly what you are doing on the right side of procedure

TYPE THE FINAL DATA TABLE, MAKE LABELS AND UNITS CLEAR, PRINT THIS

Calculation- show how to compute your % yield of your products.

Conclusion - See the document below to help you get started.

Error Analysis

Works Cited

Extraction Lab Conclusion Help

Conclusion: INTRO (In this lab…………………………)

BODY ( Explain the chemistry that you performed. Use words like extraction, solvent, solute, distribution coefficient, soluble, insoluble, acid, base, salt, neutralization, aqueous, seperatory funnel, recrystallization, filtering, dissolving, Buchner funnel.-

BUT BE CAREFUL not to rewrite the procedure, use to help conclude something. This will be several paragraphs for this lab.

CONCLUSION ( Refer to your objective(s) and intro, were you successful? If not, describe why not in the next part.

Error Analysis: (If you were not successful in achieving all of your

Objective(s) why not? Be specific. This will be several

paragraphs for this lab.

Works Cited

Don’t forget to list your sources here that you used!

General Lab Conclusion Help

USE PAST TENSE AND THIRD PERSON WHEN WRITING LABS.

Conclusion:

INTRO In this lab.... refer to your objectives and briefly discuss what was accomplished.

BODY Analyze your data and make valid conclusions on data table 1, for each test. Use organic and inorganic chemistry to explain.

CONCLUSION Sum up the tests that were done in the lab. Refer to our objectives. Did you have success in all tests? Did the results come out as expected? Compare to the literature in your lab/text book.

Error Analysis: Either you state that there was no error in your experiment or you explain where and why there was any errors.

Alkane Production

Clean Energy Fuels Video: Where does natural gas come from?

TO VIEW THIS, CLICK THE FULL SCREEN ICON. (Icon has four arrows.)


Study the Polyatomic Ions click on this link

http://www.chemistry.wustl.edu/~edudev/LabTutorials/PeriodicProperties/Ions/ions.html


Polyatomic Ion Study Stack and Test

Instructions:

  • Leave a space between the name and the ion.
  • All 1s are implied
  • Negative or positive comes before the number.


CLICK HERE FOR THE TEST.

Monatomic Ions Study Stack and Test

http://www.studystack.com/quiz-1540097

Monatomic Ions 2 Study Stack and Test

http://www.studystack.com/quiz-1540122

Buckyball, Nanotubes and Graphene

Buckyball & Nanotubes

Joe and Alison's Graphene Revolution

Polarization

Organic Chemistry is Colorful!

http://www.chemguide.co.uk/basicorg/isomerism/polarised.html

http://www.acs.psu.edu/drussell/demos/waves/wavemotion.html

http://willkempartschool.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/colourwheel01.gif

Review

http://videos.howstuffworks. com/hsw/22643-compounds- polyatomic-ions-video.htm

http://papapodcasts.blogspot. com/

aldehydes and ketones

http://ull.chemistry.uakron.edu/genobc/Chapter_14/

Polymers

http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/CHEMWEEK/POLYMERS/Polymers.html

Saponification

http://candleandsoap.about.com/od/coldprocesssoapmaking/ss/sscpsoap.htm

CARBOHYDRATES

Carbohydrates as Enantiomers and Diastereomers

Carbohydrates as Enantiomers and Diastereomers from Univ. of California

Students: use this link on Biological Molecules as a summary of new terms and structural relationships for carbohydrates

http://mcat-review.org/carbohydrates.php

Use this link to go through the Intro, Monosaccharides, Disacchardes, Polysacchardies, and than most importantly the Quiz at the end(The Quiz is EXCELLENT)!

http://www.austincc.edu/biocr/1406/lec/carbs/index.html

CARB,LIPID,PROTEIN LAB

Directions: Create a data table and record all results. Label each test and the chemical required to do the test. Follow this link:

Carb,Lipid,Protein online lab

Proteins

Proteins PDF

Molecular Modeling

Lipids, DNA, Proteins

You will need the CHIME plug in for the PC. Open Internet Explorer. Here is how you get it:

Go to http://www.mdl.com/downloads/downloadable/index.jsp.

You will need to register with the site before you can download, then you will get further directions from there.

FINAL REVIEW

http://www.chem4kids.com/ extras/quiz_chemistry/index. html

http://www.chemhelper.com/ practicetests.html

http://www.syvum.com/cgi/ online/serve.cgi/members/ gillilandd/quizzes/ organicquiz.tdf

http://www.files.chem.vt.edu/ RVGS/ACT/Tests/organic_review_ quiz.html

Other Resources

Flash Card Sites

StudyStack

Quizlet