Skyline College A.J. Bates Professor of Chemistry

     Chemistry 234 - Organic Chemistry 1 - Spring 2013

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CHEM 234 Lecture Notes, Homework & Readings

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Reading & Textbook Problem Assignments Lecture Notes Outlines, Reference, Animations & Tutorials Molecular Modeling & Extra Practice Worksheets Current Semester
Quiz & Exam Answer Keys
Previous Semester Exams & Review Materials

 

Sapling Online Homework (Problem Sets): https://www.saplinglearning.com/
Online Homework will be handled through the Sapling online Homework system. Please follow the link above to create an account, register in the course, and access you problem sets.

 

Reading & Textbook Problem Assignments

  • Chapter 1 - Structure & Bonding
    • Ch. 1 Reading Problems: 1-36
    • Ch. 1 End-of-Chapter Problems: 37-42,44-47,49-61,63cd,64e,67,69-85,88
  • Chapter 3 - Intermolecular Forces & Functional Groups
    • Ch. 3 Reading Problems: 1-13,20
    • Ch. 3 End-of-Chapter Problems: 21-23,26-30,32-35,38-43,45,47,48
  • Chapter 2 - Acids & Bases
    • Ch. 2 Reading Problems: 1-32
    • Ch. 2 End-of-Chapter Problems: 33-69
      • All of these problems are applicable to our study of acids and bases. I recommend working 2-3 problems under each section heading, checking your answers. If more practice is needed, work other questions in those sections.
    • Ch. 2 Callenge Problem: 70,73,74
  • Chapter 4 - Alkanes
    • Ch. 4 Reading Problems: 2-4,6-11,13,14,16,18,19,21-32
    • Ch. 4 End-of-Chapter Problems: 35,36,39achkm,41,44,47-52,54-59,61-63,65,66,74
    • Ch. 4 Extra Practice Problems: 60
 

Lecture Notes Outlines, Lecture Information, Reference Materials, Animations, & Tutorials
Powerpoint slides handouts are outlines of some lecture notes only. Many of the notes for the course will only be presented in lecture.

  • Topic 2: Acid-Base Chemistry - Chapter 2
    • Powerpoint Slides
      • Acid-Base Chemistry, Part 1
      • Acid-Base Chemistry, Part 2 was presented as board notes only.
    • Reference Handouts
      • pKa Chart (updated)
        • Note: A very similar version was provided in lecture. This includes updates discussed in lecture.
 

Molecular Modeling & Extra Practice Worksheets
These include selected problems on topics being studied, including problems from old exams.

General Chemistry Bonding Review:

  1. Electron Dot Structures 1 - Answer Key
  2. Electron Dot Structures 2 - Answer Key
  3. VSEPR - Answer Key
  4. Polarity - Answer Key
  5. Isomers - Answer Key

 

Molecular Modeling Activities:

  1. Isomers (activity only - no answer key)
  2. Alkanes - Newman Projections A Answer Key
  3. Chair ConformationsAnswer Key
  4. StereoisomersAnswer Key

 

Extra Practice Worksheets:

  1. Bonding 1Answer Key
  2. Bonding 1AAnswer Key
  3. Bonding 1BAnswer Key

  4. Acid-Base Chemistry 1 Answer Key
  5. Acid-Base Chemistry 1AAnswer Key
  6. Acid-Base Chemistry 2Answer Key

  7. Alkane Nomenclature 1Answer Key
  8. Newman Projections 1Answer Key
         Nomenclature for Q3 is NOT required.
         Clarification to #1 answer: The conformation
         depicted in the bond-line formula is conformer C.
  9. Chair Conformations 1Answer Key
  10. Conformations 1 (Please print & bring to class on Monday, March 30) • Answer Key

  11. Bond Dissociation Energies 1Answer Key
  12. Stereochemistry 1Answer Key
  13. Stereochemistry 2Answer Key
  14. Stereochemistry 3Answer Key
  15. Stereochemistry 4Answer Key
  16. Stereochemistry 5Answer Key
 

 

Current Semester Quiz & Exams Answer Keys

 

 

Previous Semester Exams & Other Exam Review Materials
The exams are for reference only. Topics on a given exam number may not match this semeter, as we are using a different text and the order of presentation will likely be different. Exam length and perceived difficulty of questions may also vary. Topics guides are not necessarily a complete listing of all topics that may be covered on a particular exam, but do list topics of emphasis.