Lecture Slides • Fall 2017

Lecture 1: January 18, 2017
Main topics include:
• Syllabus
• succeeding in orgo I: best practices and reducing stereotype threat
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• define organic chemistry
• orbitals (Schrodinger equation)
• valence electrons
• models of bonding
• bond-line formulas
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Lecture 2: January 23, 2017
Main topics include:
• review: 3 models of bonding
• molecular orbital (MO) theory
• valence electrons and formal charge
• drawing bond-line structural formulas
• resonance structures
• curved arrow notation
• determining major resonance contributors
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Lecture 3: January 25, 2017
Main topics include:
• Arrenhius, Bronsted and Lewis acids
• conjugate pairs
• pKa scale
• structural effects on acidity: electronegativity, bond strength, resonance
• resonance contributors effect
• determining Keq from pKas
Lecture-3
Lecture 4: January 30, 2017
Main topics include:
• Classes of hydrocarbons
• Hybridization (sp3)
• Bonding (VB) in hydrocarbons
• IUPAC nomenclature of alkanes
• Physical properties of alkanes: bp
• Van der Waals forces, London dispersion
• Polarizability
• Chemical properties: combustion
• Heat of combustion; • Solubility
Lecture 4
Lecture 5: February 1, 2017
Main topics include:
• sp2 and sp hybridization
• sigma bonds, pi bonds
• conformational isomers (tree)
• Newman, dash-wedge, sawhorse proj.
• eclipsed vs. staggered conformations
• eclipsed, gauche, anti relationships
Lecture 5
Lecture 6: February 6, 2017
Main topics include:
• steric argument for conformer energies
• hyperconjugation argument
• conformational analysis of butane, sterics
• cycloalkanes: naming, angle strain
• conformations of cycloalkanes
Lecture 6
Lecture 7: February 14, 2017
Main topics include:
• conformations of cycloalkanes
• configurations of cycloalkanes
• 1,3-diaxial interactions
• chair and boat cyclohexanes, drawing
• cyclohexane ring inversion
• cis and trans configurational isomers
• Skillbuilder 2
223-Lecture7.pdf
Lecture 8: February 13, 2017
Main topics include:
• chirality
• symmetry tests for chirality
• chirality centers, asymmetric carbon
• chirality centers of N, S and P
• pyramidal inversion
• stereogenic centers
• enantiomers
• CIP sequence rules (R/S-notation)
Lecture 8
Lecture 9: February 15, 2017
Main topics include:
• Fisher projections
• optical rotation
• demonstration of homemade polarimeter
• enantiomeric excess (ee) and [a]
• diastereomers and properties
• mess forms
• determining total number of stereoiosmers
223-Lecture9.pdf
Lecture 11: February 28, 2017
Main topics include:
• IR of functional groups
• EWG and EDG effect of IR of carbonyls
• nuclear magnetic resonance, theory
• precession; Larmor frequency
• Faraday induction
• free induction decay (FID)
• chemical shift scale, TMS
• shielding effect
Lecture 11
Lecture 12: March 1, 2017
Main topics include:
• structural effects: EN, #Hs, anisotropy
• examples of NMR spectra and structural effect on chemical shift value
• H-NMR equivalency and # signals
• homotopic, enantiotopic, diastereotopic, heterotopic H-atoms
• test for equivalency
• multiplicity, spin-spin splitting
• n+1 rule
223-Lecture12.pdf
Lecture 13: March 6, 2017
Main topics include:
• complex multiplicities
• splitting trees
• coupling constant (J-value)
• peak distortion (leaning)
• 13C-NMR
• DEPT
• Practice
Lecture 12
Lecture 14: March 8, 2017
Main topics include:
• intro to alcohols and alkyl halides
• nomenclatures of alcohols and halides
• physical properties: polarity, bp
• intro to chemical reactions
• bond dissociation energies (BDE)
• calculating enthalpy of reaction
• reaction coordinate diagrams, Ea
• intermediates and transition states
Lecture 14
Lecture 15: March 20, 2017
Main topics include:
• reactivity of alcohols
• reactivity of hydrogen halides
• SN1 mechanism, carbocations
• carbocation stability: inductive effect and hyperconjuation
• Hammond postulate
• transition state energies
• SN2 mechanism and rate laws
Lecture 15
Lecture 16: March 27, 2017
Main topics include:
• nucleophiles and electrophiles
• definition and examples
• examples of SN2 with various nucs.
• reactivity of halide leaving groups
• stereochemistry of SN2; stereospecific
• steric effects on the rate os SN2
• strength of nucleophiles; nucleophilicity
Lecture 16
Lecture 17: March 29, 2017
Main topics include:
• review SN1 and SN2 mechanism
• solvolysis; SN1 and SN2 with neutral nut
• carbocation stabiliti: resonance effect
• carbocation stability: solvent effect on the rate of SN1
• polar aprotic solvents: rate effect on SN2
• stereochemistry of SN1: ion pairs
• sulfonate leaving groups; preparation
Lecture 17
Lecture 18: April 3, 2017
Main topics include:
• review alkene structure and hybridize
• review IHD
• E/Z nomenclature; naming alkenols
• CIP priority review
• stability of alkenes; heat of combustion
• cis vs trans stability
• intro to B-eliminations
Lecture 18
Lecture 19: April 5, 2017
Main topics include:
• mechanism of E1 & E2 dehydration
• carbocation rearrangements
• E2 dehydrohalogenation
• reactivity and mechanism
• anti elimin. for dehydrohalogenation: torsional strain and hyperconjugation
• stereospecific E2
Lecture 19
Lecture 20: April 10, 2017
Main topics include:
• Competition between substitution and elimination; conditions
• addition reactions to alkenes
• hydrogenation; stereoselectivity
• Markovnikov addition of HX
• peroxide effect; anti-Markovnikov
• addition of H2SO4 to alkenes
• hydration of alkenes
Lecture 20
Lecture 21: April 12, 2017
Main topics include:
• Hydroboration-Oxidation
• Halogenation; vicinal halohydrins
• Rates of addition to alkenes
• ozonolysis
• dihydroxylation
• epoxidation
• synthesis; retrosynthetic analysis
Lecture 21
Lecture 22: April 17, 2017
Main topics include:
• Alkynes: physical and chemical props.
• alkyne acidity; common bases
• alkylation of alkynes with alkyl halides
• double dehydrohalogenation
• addition reactions of alkynes: HX, hydration by Hg2+, halogenation,
• hydrogenation; Lindlar catalyst (cis)
• dissolving metal reduction (trans)
• Skillbuilder 4
Lecture 22
Lecture 23: April 19, 2017
Main topics include:
• reactions of alkynes: Hg cat. hydration, halogenation, HX addition, hydroboration
• conjugated systems; allylic carbocations
• SN1 and SN2 reactivity of allylic halides
• allylic radical halogenation
• NBS and NCS
Lecture 23
Lecture 24: April 26, 2017
Main topics include:
• review of allylic substitution runs
• classes and nomenclature of dienes
• conformations of conjugated dienes
• E1 and E2 of allylic and homoallylic halides gives conjugated dienes
• kinetic vs thermodynamic addition
• Diels-Alder Reaction; stereospecificity
• Diels-Alder activating groups
Lecture 24
Lecture 25: April 26, 2017
Main topics include:
• Frontier molecular orbitals (FMOs)
• Constructing the HOMO and LUMO of conjugated systems
• predicting symmetry allowed cycloadditions
Lecture 25
Lecture 26: May 1, 2017
Main topics include:
• Benzene: observations of aromaticity
• Constructing MOs of benzene
• Defining aromaticity as closed shell for cyclically conjugated systems
• Frost Circle; Antiaromatic systems
• Consequences of aromaticity: tropylium
Lecture 26
Lecture 27: May 3, 2017
Main topics include:
• Reactions of benzylic carbons: styrenyl additions; halogenation, SN1, SN2, E1, E2
• Clemensen and Wolf-Kishner reduction
• Hydrogenation of benzylic ketones
• KMnO4 oxidation of benzylic carbons
• Electrophilic aromatic substitution
• nitration, sulfonation, bromination
• Friedel-Crafts alkylation and acylation
Lecture 27
Lecture 28: May 8, 2017
Main topics include:
• Electrophilic aromatic substitution
• ortho/para directors
• meta directors
• explanation for regioselectivity
• multiple directing effects
• nucleophilic aromatic substitution
• addition-elimination mechanism
Lecture 28
Lecture 10: February 22, 2017
Main topics include:
• spectroscopy vs. spectrometry
• mass spectrometry, spectrometer
• Lorentz forces, right-hand rule
• MS spectrum: base peak, M+ and M+1
• infrared spectroscopy, electromagnetic
• stretching, bending movements, dipoles
• wave numbers, areas of IR spectrum
• examples of IR functional groups
223-Lecture10.pdf