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What are the Polar-Aprotic Solvents?What reaction is favored in this solvent?
What is the order of good nucleophiles?
What is the order of nucleophelicity in P.A.S.?
What is the order of nucleophilicity in P.P.S.
What is the stability in increasing order of conformational analysis in cyclohexane?
What are the polar protic solvents? What reaction is favored?
What is preferred at high temperatures with strong hindered base and a primary position?
Who is the biggest loser/dork/loner in organic chemistry?
Who is the coolest most beautiful girl in the world?
What is favored at low temperatures and primary and secondary positions?
What type of reactions preferred at lower temperatures and tertiary positions?
Name the strong bases
What is a sterioisomer that is not a mirror image and is cis/trans?
What is a sterioisomer that is also a mirror image?
What position do larger substituants prefer. axil or equitorial?
What is the order of decreasing stability and increasing energy of eclipised, gauche, and anti?
What is more polar CHI3 or CHCL3?
What is more polar cis or trans of the same element?
What does Br2 --->CCl4 do?
adds 2 Br anti addition
Different compounds with the same molecular formula. They
have different physical properties!
Constitutional isomers have the same molecular formula, but differ in ___________.
In resonance theory
The actual molecule or ion will be better represented by a hybrid structure--an avg or all resonance structures
Compounds that differ only in the arrangement of their atoms in space are called_________.
What is this, a school for _________?
The energy of electrons in a bonding molecular orbital is ____ than the energy in their separate atomic orbitals.
Have you ever wondered if there was more to life, other than being really, really, ridiculously _________?
orbitals have what formation?
orbitals have what formation
_________are steroisomers whose molecules are non superposable mirror images of each other.
enatiomers have _____ physical properties
________ are stereoisomers whose molecules are not mirror images of each other.
Enantiomers occur only with compounds whose molecules are _________.
This little piggie went_____________________.
wee wee wee all the way home! (hope you guessed this one)