Intro & Basics of Organic Chemistry

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Intro & Basics of Organic Chemistry
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CHM 325 Organic Chemistry
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  1. What is the relationship between Ka and pKa?
    • pKa=-logKa
    • Ka=10-pKa
  2. How do you calculate Keq?
    • Keq=10(pKa of product-pKa of reactant)
    • Keq>1 products favored
    • Keq<1 reactants favored
  3. What is the pKa of H2SO4?
    -5
  4. What is the pKa of HCl?
    -2
  5. What is the pKa of protonated alcohol/water?
    -2
  6. What is the pKa of carboxylic acids?
    ~4-5
  7. What is the pKa of protonated amines?
    ~9-10
  8. What is the pKa of alcohols?
    15-16
  9. What is the pKa of amines?
    ~35
  10. What is the pKa of methane?
    50
  11. What is the pKa of a terminal alkyne?
    25
  12. What is the geometry and bond angles of sp hybridization?
    • linear
    • 180º
  13. What is the geometry and bond angles of sp2 hybridization?
    • trigonal planar
    • 120º
  14. What is the geometry and bond angles of sp3 hybridization?
    • tetrahedral
    • 109.5º
  15. What types of intermolecular forces are there?
    • Ion-ion interactions
    • Dipole-dipole interaction (Hydrogen bonding is a strong dipole-dipole)
    • Dipole-induced dipole interaction
    • Induced dipole-induced dipole interaction

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