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CHEM1002 Representations of Molecular Structure

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Representations of Molecular Structure

  • determine the geometry and hybridization state for each carbon atom in a molecule
  • interconvert the structural and stick formula and stick representations of a molecule
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CHEM1002 Alkanes

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Alkanes

  • name simple alkanes using IUPAC nomenclature
  • distinguish between constitutional and configuration isomers of alkanes

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CHEM1002 Alkenes

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Alkenes

  • identify alkene diastereomers as E or Z
  • identify the electrophiles and nucleophiles in a reaction
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CHEM1002 Structural Determination

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Structural Determination

  • identify the molecular ion, base peak and daughter ions in a mass spectrum
  • recognize that a fragmentation pattern in a mass spectrum can lead to structural information
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CHEM1002 Alcohols

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Alcohols

  • identify and name simple alcohols and phenols
  • explain why phenols are more acidic than alcohols
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CHEM1002 Amines

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Amines

  • identify an acid-base reaction occurring between two molecules
  • recognize that amines are both basic and nucleophilic

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CHEM1002 Stereochemistry

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Stereochemistry

  • identify stereogenic centres in organic molecules
  • distinguish between different types of isomers, including enantiomers and diastereomers
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CHEM1002 Organic Halogen Compounds

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Organic Halogen Compounds

  • identify and name organic halogen compounds
  • predict the products of the elimination of alkyl halides, using Zaitsev's rule, and give the reagents required to perform this reaction

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CHEM1002 Aldehydes and Ketones

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Aldehydes and Ketones

  • identify and name simple ketones and aldehydes
  • predict the products of oxidation and reduction of aldehydes and ketones and give the reagents required to perform these reactions

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CHEM1002 Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives

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Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives

  • identify and name simple carboxylic acids
  • give the products from the reaction of a carboxylic acid with a base and recognize that this is a reversible reaction
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CHEM1002 Synthetic Strategies

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Synthetic Strategies

  • use the reactions of these functional groups to interconvert them and devise ways of making new compounds

TextBook References (Blackman, Bottle, Schmid, Mocerino and Wille, Chemistry, 2nd Edition, 2012, John Wiley)

  • Chapters 16, 18, 19, 21, 22 and 23

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CHEM1002 Strong Acids and Bases

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Strong Acids and Bases

  • list common acids and bases
  • define acids and bases according to the Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry models
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CHEM1002 Weak Acids and Bases

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Weak Acids and Bases

  • explain the difference between a strong and weak acid and the difference between a strong and weak base in terms of the percentage dissociation in solution
  • explain the increase in pKa values for dissocation of the protons in a polyprotic acid

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CHEM1002 Calculations Involving pKa

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Calculations Involving pKa

  • use pKw, pKa and pKb to calculate the pH of a solution containing a weak acid or base
  • use the increase in pKa values for dissocation of the protons in a polyprotic acid to perform calculations
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CHEM1002 Periodic Trends

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Periodic Trends

  • recognize trends in the Periodic Table and the correlation between the trends in atomic radii, ionization energies and electronegativity
  • explain the origin of these trends in terms of the electronic structure of the atoms
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CHEM1002 Intermolecular Forces and Phase Behaviour

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Intermolecular Forces and Phase Behaviour

  • list the types of intermolecular forces and their relative strengths
  • identify the intermolecular forces that exist for particular compounds
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CHEM1002 Physical States and Phase Diagrams

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Physical States and Phase Diagrams

  • identify characteristics of physical states
  • label phase diagrams and relate phase diagrams to changes in state with temperature and pressure
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CHEM1002 Crystal Structures

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Crystal Structures

  • show how close packing of spheres can lead to hexagonal or cubic close packing
  • identify the major metal structures - cubic close packed, hexagonal close packed, body centred cubic and simple cubic
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CHEM1002 Solubility Equilibrium

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Solubility Equilibrium

  • identify what determines solubility in terms of bonding forces
  • construct Ksp from the chemical equation for dissolution
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CHEM1002 Metal Complexes

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Metal Complexes

  • define complex, ligand and coordinate bond
  • recognize that hydrolysis of metal ions in aqueous solutions gives rise to acidic solutions
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CHEM1002 Metals in Biology

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Metals in Biology

  • list the important molecular building blocks of living systems
  • identify essential, toxic and medicinal elements
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CHEM1002 Coordination Chemistry

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Coordination Chemistry

  • work out the oxidation state of a transition metal in a complex
  • work out the number of d electrons on a transition metal cation and the number of unpaired electrons
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CHEM1002 Kinetics

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Kinetics

  • determine the rate law from experimental data
  • identify the reaction order from the rate law
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CHEM1002 Entropy

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Entropy

  • define entropy in terms of the tendency of energy to spread out
  • predict how entropy changes with the physical state, the temperature, the size of the molecule and the complexity of a molecule
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