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Honors Chemistry
Organic
Mini-topic 1: Structures and Formulas
Discovery: Structures and Formulas
Read Ch. 18.1-18.10
Webassign 6-1
Quiz
Mini-topic 2: Functional Groups
Discovery: Functional Groups
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Lab: Making Esters
Read Ch. 18.11-18.16
Webassign 6-2
Quiz
December
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Notebook Quiz
Structure
Discovery
11
Structure
Discussion
17
HW 6-2 due
Organic Quest
18
Review
12
13
Functional
HW 6-1 due
Group Discover Functional
Group
Discussion
19
20
Finals
Finals
7
Structure
Discovery
14
Ester Lab
21
Finals
Organic Objectives
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Explain how structure and bonding of carbon lead to the diversity and number of organic compounds.
Compare structural and geometric isomers of organic compounds.
Distinguish among the structures of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, and aromatic hydrocarbons.
Write structural formulas and names for alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes.
Relate properties of different types of hydrocarbons to their structures.
Define “functional group” and explain why functional groups are important.
Identify alcohols, alkyl halides, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, esters, and amines based
on the functional group present in each.
Explain the relationships b/w properties and structures of compounds with various functional groups.
Describe and distinguish b/w organic reactions: substitution, addition, condensation, and elimination.
Relate some functional groups to some characteristic reactions.