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Topics and Learning Outcomes

  • Stereochemistry
    •  identify stereogenic centres in organic molecules
    •  distinguish between different types of isomers, including enantiomers and diastereomers
    •  use (R)- and (S)- descriptors to describe enantiomers and identify if a compouind has (R)- or (S)- stereochemistry
  • 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

Textbook and eBook References

  • Stereochemistry - Chapter 17
  • Organic Halogen Compounds - Chapter 18
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Stereochemistry -  
  Organic isomers  
 
Description: Isomerism in organic chemistry
Tags: constitutional | stereoisomers | configurational | conformational | optical | enantiomer  |  Contributed by Adam Bridgeman
 
  Stereochemistry Tutorial  
 
Tags: stereochemistry  |  Contributed by Adam Bridgeman
 
  Assigning Absolute Configuration (short video tutorial)  
 
Tags: stereochemistry | isomerism | chirality  |  Contributed by Peter Rutledge
 
  Assigning Priority (short video tutorial)  
 
Tags: stereochemistry | isomerism | chirality  |  Contributed by Adam Bridgeman
 
Organic Halogen Compounds -  
  Using the terms primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary (short video tutorial)  
 
Tags: organic nomenclature  |  Contributed by Mat Todd
 

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