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    Tony's Help Sheets - Chemistry 103

    (Comments or Questions - feel free to contact Tony at atjacob@wisc.edu)

    DISCLAIMER: These handouts provide a "general" outline of the material with practice problems and answers. Each instructor presents the material differently, so not all of the material in the handouts is covered by each instructor, and some instructors will cover material not on the handouts. Please review your lecture notes and syllabus, and compare them to the handouts to note appropriate topics to work through.

    Intro to Chemistry Concepts
    Help Sheet #1
    Intro: Terms, SI units, Unit Conversions, Sig Figs, Density, Periodic Table
    Flashcards #1
    SI Units; Confirm which SI units you are expected to know in your course; print 2-sided with Adobe Reader for proper alignment
    Practice Sheet #1 - SI Units
    SI Units: Conversions with SI Units
    Atoms, Molecules, and Ions
    Flashcards #2
    Element Names and Symbols
    first 36 elements plus a few other common ones; Confirm which element names and symbols you are expected to know in your course; print 2-sided with Adobe Reader for proper alignment
    Practice Sheet #2
    Element Names and Symbols
    first 36 elements plus a few other common ones; Confirm which element names and symbols you are expected to know in your course; print 2-sided with Adobe Reader for proper alignment
    Help Sheet #2
    Atomic Structure: Atomic Structure, Isotopes, Average Atomic Mass, Mass Spectroscopy, Naming/Writing Formulas, Polyatomic Ions, Coulomb's Law
    **Please note that Chem 103 materials after Help Sheet #2
    will require a UW NetID (e.g., bbadger) and a Password**
    Flashcards #3
    Polyatomic Ions Formulas/Names
    Confirm which polyatomic ions you are expected to know in your course; download and print 2-sided from Adobe Reader for proper alignment
    Practice Sheet #3
    Monoatomic and Polyatomic Ions
    Practice Sheet #4
    Naming Compounds, Writing Formulas
    Chemical Reactions
    Help Sheet #3
    Reactions: Balancing reactions, Types of Rxns, Writing Rxns (molecular, complete ionic, net ionic rxns); Electrolytes; Solubility Rules; Redox: Assigning oxidation numbers, what's oxidized, reduced, oxidizing agent, reducing agent; Metal activity series
     
     
    Stoichiometry
    Help Sheet #4
    Moles: Molar mass, Mass Percent, Empirical and Molecular Formulas, Mass Spectroscopy, Converting between moles/grams/molecules, Finding unknown M, Hydrated compounds (if covered)
    Help Sheet #5
    Stoichiometry: Reactions and Mol Calculations, Limiting Reagents, Percent Yield; Empirical Formulas from Elemental Analysis
     
    Practice Problems #1: Intro to Chemistry Concepts; Atoms, Molecules, and Ions;
    Chemical Reactions; Stoichiometry


    Stoichiometry (continued)
    Help Sheet #6
    Molarity: Molarity calculations, dilution, solution Stoichiometry (titrations)
     
     
    Gases
    Help Sheet #7
    Gases: Gas Laws; STP; Stoichiometry with Gases
    Help Sheet #8
    Gases: Partial Pressure; Kinetic Theory of Gases; Gas Root Mean Square Velocity; Diffusion and Effusion
     
    Thermochemistry
    Help Sheet #9
    Thermochemistry: Work; Sign Conventions; Specific Heat Capacity; q = CmT; Heat Transfer; Phase Changes (vapH, fusH)

    More to come...



    Tony's Help Sheets - Chemistry 104

    Comments or Questions - feel free to contact Tony at atjacob@wisc.edu)

    DISCLAIMER: These handouts provide a "general" outline of the material with practice problems and answers. Each instructor presents the material differently, so not all of the material in the handouts is covered by each instructor, and some instructors will cover material not on the handouts. Please review your lecture notes and syllabus, and compare them to the handouts to note appropriate topics to work through.

    Chem 103 Review
    Help Sheet #1
    Chem 103 Review: Electronegativity, Lewis Dot Structures, Bond Polarity, VSEPR, Hybridization, Hybrid Orbitals used in a Bond, Intermolecular Forces, Higher Boiling Point, Solubility
     
     
    Organic Chemistry
    Help Sheet #2
    Organic-Part I:
    Drawing and Naming Molecules, Functional Groups Part I
    Practice Sheet #1
    ID Functional Groups; Naming Molecules

    Organic: alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, cyclic, aromatic
    Help Sheet #3
    Organic-Part II:
    Isomers (structural/constitutional, optical, geometric)
    Practice Sheet #2
    Isomers

    Help Sheet #4
    Organic-Part III:
    Functional Groups Part II (drawing and naming)
    Practice Sheet #3
    ID Functional Groups; Naming Molecules

    Organic: alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, esters, amides, amines
    **Please note: Chem 104 materials after Practice Sheet #3
    will require a UW NetID (e.g., bbadger) and a Password**
    Flashcards #1 - ID Functional Groups
    Identifying Functional Groups
    Print 2-sided with Adobe Reader for proper alignment
    Help Sheet #5
    Organic-Part IV:
    Reactions (combustion, redox, ester and amide formation, ester and amide hydrolysis); Fats, Soap, Biodiesel, Transesterification
    Practice Sheet #4
    Reactions

    Organic: combustion, ester/amide condensation, ester/amide hydrolysis, redox


    Chemical Kinetics
    Help Sheet #6
    Kinetics-Part I: Average Rates; Initial Rates; Relative Rates; Rate Constant with Units; Evaluating a Rate Law - Initial Rates Method, Description, Integrated Rate Laws; Half Life
    Help Sheet #7
    Kinetics-Part II: Half life graphs; Mechanisms; Reaction Coordinate Diagrams; Arrhenius Equation and graphs
     
    Practice Problems #1: Organic; Kinetics


    Equilibrium
    Help Sheet #8
    Equilibrium: K Expression; Size of K; Kc versus Kp; How K Changes as Rxn is Changed; K Calculations; Rxn Quotient: Q; Le Chatelier's Principle
    Updated 10/16/18: Answer question #10 corrected.

     
     
    Acids and Bases
    Help Sheet #9
    Acids and Bases-Part I: Defns; Conjugate A/B; pH Equations; pH Calculations for SA, SB, WA, and WB; Strength of A/B and Their Conjugates; %Ionization
    Help Sheet #10
    Acids and Bases-Part II:Ka, Kb, pKa, pKb; Which Way does an A/B Rxn Proceed; Acidity versus Structure; Polyprotic Acids; Spectator Ions; Salts; Lewis acids/bases
    Note: Not all of the topics in this Help Sheet are on Exam 2
     
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    Tony's Help Sheets - Chemistry 109

    (Comments or Questions - feel free to contact Tony at atjacob@wisc.edu)

    DISCLAIMER: These handouts provide a "general" outline of the material with practice problems and answers. Each instructor presents the material differently, so not all of the material in the handouts is covered by each instructor, and some instructors will cover material not on the handouts. Please review your lecture notes and syllabus, and compare them to the handouts to note appropriate topics to work through.

    Review: Help Sheet #1 - Ch. 1
    Intro: Terms, Sig Figs, D, SI units, Unit Conversions, Periodic Table
    Review: Help Sheet #2 - Ch. 2 (Part I)
    Atomic Structure: Atomic Structure, Isotopes, Avg Atomic Mass, Naming/Writing Formulas, Polyatomic Ions, Coulomb's Law
    Review: Flashcards - Ions
    Monoatomic/Polyatomic Ions
    Polyatomic ions covered vary with course and lecture; not all of these may be needed; download and print 2-sided from Adobe Reader for proper alignment
    Review: Practice Sheet - Ions
    Polyatomic Ions: Ions covered varies with course/lecture
    Review: Practice Sheet - Naming
    Naming Compounds and Writing Formulas
    Polyatomic ions covered varies with course/lecture; not all of these may be needed
    Review: Help Sheet #3 - Ch. 2 (Part II)
    Moles: Molar Mass, Mass %, Empirical and Molecular Formulas, Finding M
    **Please note: Chem 109 materials after Help Sheet #3
    will require a UW NetID (e.g., bbadger) and a Password**
    Review: Help Sheet #4 - Ch. 3 (Part I)
    Reactions: Balancing Rxns, Electrolytes, Types of Rxns, Writing Rxns (molecular, complete ionic, net ionic rxns), Solubility Rules, Redox: Assigning oxidation numbers; what's oxidized, reduced, oxidizing agent, reducing agent
    Review: Help Sheet #5 - Ch. 3 (Part II)
    Stoichiometry: Reactions and Mol Calculations (Stoichiometry), Limiting Reagents, Percent Yield, Empirical Formulas from combustion
    Review: Help Sheet #6 - Ch. 3 (Part III)
    Concentration and Redox: Molarity calculations, dilution, solution stoichiometry
    Help Sheet #7 - Ch. 5 (Part I)
    Light and Atomic Structure: Electromagnetic Spectrum; Light Equations; Interference; Photoelectric Effect; Quantized System; Bohr Model; Electron Transitions; de Broglie equation
    Help Sheet #8 - Ch. 5 (Part II)
    Quantum:Wavefunctions; Plots; Nodes; Quantum Numbers; Orbitals Shapes; Electronic Configurations: Short hand notation; Orbital Energy Diagram; Charged Elements; Hund's Rule; Charged Transition Metals; Number of unpaired electrons
    Help Sheet #9 - Ch. 5 (Part III)
    Periodic Properties: Effective Nuclear Charge; Shielding; Periodic Table Trends - Atomic Radii, Ionization Energy, Electron Affinity; Ionic Radii
    Help Sheet #10 - Ch. 6 (Part I)
    Molecular Orbital (MO) Theory: MO Shapes; MO Diagram; Bond Order; MO e- Configuration; Molecular Stability
    Help Sheet #11 - Ch. 6 (Part II)
    Bonding: Types of Solids; Lewis Dot Structures (Part I); Bond Order
    Help Sheet #12 - Organic
    Organic (Part I): Functional Groups (Part I), Naming Molecules, Drawing Molecules
    Organic content varies with course/lecture
    Help Sheet #13 - Organic
    Organic (Part II): Isomers (structural/constitutional, conformational, geometric, optical)
    This topic may or may not be included on Exam 1
    Organic content varies with course/lecture
     


     


    Exam #1



    Help Sheet #14 - Ch. 6 (Part III)
    Bonding: Electronegativity; Types of Bonds; Bond Polarity; Lewis Dot Structures (Part II); Resonance; Formal Charge; Bond Dissociation Energy (e.g., bond enthalpy)
    Help Sheet #15 - Ch. 7 (Part I)
    Molecular Shapes: VSEPR; Molecular Polarity
    Help Sheet #16 - Ch. 7 (Part II)
    Valence Bond Theory: Hybrid Orbitals, pi and sigma Bonds
    Help Sheet #17 - Ch. 7 (Part III), Ch. 9 (Part I)
    Liquids: Intermolecular Forces; Liquid properties; Miscibility
    Help Sheet #18 - Organic
    Organic (Part III): Petroleum, Functional Groups (Part II), Naming
    Organic content varies with course/lecture
    Practice Sheet - ID Functional Groups
    Organic content varies with course/lecture
    Help Sheet #19 - Organic
    Organic (Part IV): Reactions: Combustion, oxidation, aromatic substitution, ester formation and hydrolysis, amide formation and hydrolysis; Fats, Transesterification, Biodiesel, Soap
    Organic content varies with course/lecture

    Help Sheet #20 - Polymers
    Polymers: Addition, condensation (polyester and polyamide)
    Help Sheet #21 - Biomolecules
    Biomolecules: Proteins, Protein Structure, DNA, Carbohydrates, Lipids
    Help Sheet #22 - Ch. 11 (Part I)
    Kinetics (Part I): Average Rates; Initial Rates; Relative Rates; Rate Constant and Units; Evaluating a Rate Law - Initial Rates Method, Description, Integrated Rate Laws; Half-life; Method of flooding
    Help Sheet #23 - Ch. 18
    Nuclear: Nuclear particles; Balancing Nuclear Rxns; Kinetics/Dating
     


    More to come...




    José's Chemistry 343 Resources

    Comments or Questions - feel free to contact Tony at atjacob@wisc.edu)


    DISCLAIMER: These handouts provide a "general" outline of the material with practice problems and answers. Each Instructor presents the material differently, so not all of the material in the handouts is covered by each Instructor, and some material unique to one Instructor may not be covered on the handout. Please review your lecture notes and compare them to the handouts to note appropriate topics.

    *** Using these Chem 343 handouts? Your FEEDBACK would be really appreciated! Thanks in advance! ***







    Please note that these Chem 343 materials require a UW NetID and Password
    #1: Lewis Structures (answers)
    #2: Resonance Structures (answers)
    #3: Electron Pushing Arrows in O-Chem
    #4: Alkane Nomenclature (answers)
    #5: Lewis Acids and Bases (answers)
    #6: Acid Base Practice Problems (answers)

    Reactions of Alkenes-Flashcard Format
    #1: Overview: Alkene Addition Reactions
    #2: Hydrogenation
    #3: Halogenation
    #4: Halohydrin Synthesis
    #5: Haloether Synthesis
    #6: Oxymercuration-Reduction
    #7: Alkoxymercuration-Reduction
    #8: Hydroboration-Oxidation
    #9: Ozonolysis
    #10: HBr Addition to Alkenes in the presence of Peroxides
    #11: Isomerization of Alkenes


    Practice #1: Addition Reactions to Alkenes (answers)
    Practice #2: Addition Reactions to Alkenes (answers)


    Stereoisomers
    Cyclohexane Conformations

    #1: Practice: Stereoisomers (answers)

     
    Substitution (SN1 and SN2) and Elimination (E1 and E2) Reactions
    Trends in Alkyl Substitution Reactions

    Trends in Alkyl Elimination Reactions

    Practice #3: SN1, SN2 (answers)

    Practice #4: Practice Questions (answers)

    Practice #5: Practice Problems on Synthesis (answers)

    Carbenes and Carbenoids-Flashcard Format
    #1: Carbene and Carbenoid Reactivity


       
    Organometallics-Flashcard Format
    #1: Organometallic Compounds


       
    Alcohol Reactions-Flashcard Format
    #1 : Alkyl Halides from 1o and 2o Alcohols
    #2: Alkyl Halides from 2o Alcohols
    #3: Sulfonate Ester Preparation
    #4: Ethers from Alcohols Using Sulfonates
    #5: Ox of 1o Alcohols to Aldehydes
    #6: Ox of 1o Alcohols to Carboxylic Acids
    #7: Reaction of 2o Alcohols to Ketones
    #8: Rxn of 1o Alcohol with Hydrogen Halides
    #9: Rxn of 2o Alcohol with Hydrogen Halides
    #10: Reaction of 3o Alcohol with Hydrogen Halides
    #11: Acid Catalyzed Dehydration of an Alcohol


     
    Reactions of Ethers-Flashcard Format
    #1: Ethers From 1o Alcohols
    #2: Ethers From 3o Alcohols
    #3: Reaction of Ethers With Hydrogen Halides
    #4: The Williamson Ether Synthesis
    Reactions of Epoxides-Flashcard Format
    #1: Synthesis of Epoxides Using Peroxides
    #2: Synthesis of Epoxides Using Halohydrins
    #3: Acid-Catalyzed Nucleophilic Reaction of an Epoxide
    #4: Base-Catalyzed Nucleophilic Reaction of an Epoxide
    #5: Reactions of Epoxide With Organometallics

    Practice #6: Practice Problems on Epoxide Reactivity (answers)


    Synthesis and Reactions of Alkynes-Flashcard Format
    #1: Synthesis of Alkynes
    #2: Hydrogenation of Alkynes
    #3: Partial Hydrogenation of Alkynes-I
    #4: Partial Hydrogenation of Alkynes-II
    #5: HX Addition to Alkynes
    #6: HBr Addition to Alkynes with Peroxides
    #7: Hydration of Alkynes
    #8: Hydroboration-Oxidation of Terminal Alkynes
    #9: Hydroboration-Oxidation of Internal Alkynes

    Practice #7: Alkyne Reactions (answers)


    Synthesis
    Practice #8: Synthesis Practice (answers)


    Dienes-Flashcard Format
    #1: Electrophilic Addition to 1,3-Conjugated Dienes


       
    Diels-Alder-Flashcard Format
    #1: Diels-Alder Reaction


       


    José's Chemistry 345 Handouts

    *** Using these Chem 345 handouts? Your FEEDBACK would be really appreciated! Thanks in advance! ***

    DISCLAIMER: These handouts provide an outline of some organic material. Each Instructor presents the material differently, so not all of the material in the handouts may apply to all Instructors. Please review your lecture notes to determine the appropriate topics.





    Please note that these Chem 345 materials require a UW NetID and Password
    1H NMR
    #1: 1H NMR Spectroscopy Worksheet   (answers)
    #2: Strategies for Solving Problems using 1H NMR, IR


     


    IR Spectroscopy
    #1: Practice Problems I on IR Spectroscopy   (answers)
    #2: More Practice Problems on IR Spectroscopy   (answers)



    Electron Pushing Arrows
    #1: Electron Pushing Arrows in O-Chem




    Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution (EAS) - Flashcard Format
    #1: EAS Nitration
    #2: EAS Bromination
    #3: EAS Chlorination
    #4: EAS Sulfonation
    #5: EAS Friedel-Crafts Alkylation
    #6: EAS Friedel-Crafts Acylation


    Practice #1: EAS Reactions (answers)


    Benzylic and Allylic Reactions - Flashcard Format
    #1: Allylic Bromination
    #2: Benzylic Bromination
    #3: Synthesis of Allylic Grignard Reagents
    #4: Substitution Reactions
    #5: Elimination Reactions
    #6 : Oxidation Reaction of Allylic and Benzylic Alcohols



    Oxidation of Alkylbenzenes - Flashcard Format
    #1: Oxidation of Alkylbenzene Compounds


     
     
    Elimination Reactions of Vinyl Halides - Flashcard Format
    #1: Alkyne Synthesis


     
     
    Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution - Flashcard Format
    #1: Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution


     
     
    Reactions of Phenols - Flashcard Format
    #1: Phenol Reactivity Toward Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution (EAS)
    #2: Reaction of Aryl Alkyl Halides with HX
    #3: Oxidation of Phenols
    #4: Williamson Ether Synthesis
    Reactions Involving Transition Metal Complexes - Flashcard Format
    #1: The Heck Reaction
    #2: Suzuki Coupling Reaction
    #3: Alkene Metathesis Reaction


    Aldehyde and Ketone Reactivity - Flashcard Format
    #1: Aldehyde and Ketone Reduction
    #2: Cyanohydrin Synthesis
    #3: Reaction With Grignard Reagents
    #4: Reaction With Acetylide Reagents
    #5: Acetals
    #6: The Base Catalyzed Formation of a Hemiacetal
    #7: The Wolff-Kishner Reduction
    #8: The Clemmensen Reduction
    #9: Reaction With Primary Amines
    #10: Reaction With Secondary Amines
    #11: The Wittig Reaction
    #12: The Baeyer-Villiger Reaction
    #13: The Beckmann Rearrangement Reaction
    Practice #2: Problems on Acetals and Synthesis   (answers)


    Reactivity of Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives - Flashcard Format
    #1: Synthesis of Carboxylic Acids
    #2: Synthesis of Esters From Carboxylates
    #3: Methyl Esters by the Use of Diazomethane
    #4: Fischer Esterification
    #5: Acid Chlorides from Carboxylic Acids
    #6: Transesterification
    #7: Reduction of Carboxylic Acids to 1o-alcohols
    #8: Synthesis of Acid Anhydrides
    #9: Synthesis of Sulfonyl Chlorides
    #10: Decarboxylation of β-Dicarboxylic Acids
    #11: Base Catalyzed Hydrolysis of an Amide
    #12: Acid Catalyzed Hydrolysis of an Amide
    #13: Reaction of Esters With Grignard Reagents
    #14: Reaction of an Acid Chloride with a Lithium Dialkylcuprate
    #15: Reaction of Esters With Amines to Form Amides
    #16: Hydrolysis of Acid Chlorides
    #17: Hydrolysis of Acid Anhydrides
    #18: Base Promoted Hydrolysis of Esters (Saponification)
    #19: Base Catalyzed Lactone Hydrolysis
    #20: Base Catalyzed Hydrolysis of Nitriles
    #21: Acid Catalyzed Hydrolysis of Nitriles
    #22: Acid Chloride Reactions
    #23: Acid Catalyzed Hydrolysis of Lactones
    #24: Acid Catalyzed Hydrolysis of Esters
    #25: Reduction of Derivatives of Carboxylic Acid
    #26: Reduction of Acid Chlorides to Aldehydes
    #27: The Strecker Synthesis
    #28: Reaction of Nitriles With Grignard Reagents
    Practice #3: Problems on Carboxylic Acids and Synthesis   (answers)

    Reactivity of Enols, Enolate Ions and α,β-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds- Flashcard Format
    #1: Formation of Enols Under Acidic Conditions
    #2: Formation of Enolate Ions Under Basic Conditions
    #3: The α-Halogenation of Carbonyl Compounds
    #4: The Haloform Reaction
    #5: The Aldol Reaction Under Acidic Conditions
    #6: The Aldol Reaction Under Basic Conditions
    #7: The α-Bromination of Carboxylic acids
    #8: The α, β-Conjugate Addition Reaction (Michael Addition)
    #9: 1,2 vs 1,4 Addition Reactions to α, β-Conjugate Carbonyl Compounds
    #10: Claisen Condensation and Other Similar Reactions
    #11: The Robinson Annulation Reaction

    Reactivity of Amine Compounds- Flashcard Format
    #1: Direct Alkylation of Amines
    #2: Reactions of Amines: Acylation
    #3: Primary Amine Derivatives of Aldehydes and Ketones
    #4: Secondary Amine Derivatives of Aldehydes and Ketones
    #5: Reactions of Amines: Reductive Amination (Borch Reaction)
    #6: Synthesis of Primary Amines (Gabriel Synthesis)
    #7: Synthesis of Arylamines
    #8: Quaternization of Amines
    #9: Hofmann Elimination
    #10: Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution (EAS) of Arylamines
    #11: Aromatic Substitution With Diazonium Salts
    #12: Reactions of Amines: Diazonium Salts
    #13: Buchwald-Hartwig Amination
    #14: Curtius Rearrangement
    #15: Hofmann Rearrangement
    #16: The Sandmeyer Reaction
    #17: The Mannich Reaction

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