I’m waiting on a couple of Lab 10 assignments to finish the grades.. ahem…
Here are the BIO220 grades for Fall 2017. Please go through them, and I will make them formal tomorrow.
Here is a link to the final grades for CEM131. Overall performance was good.
Mechanism to Know in Detail
- Hydrohalogenation (Markovnikov) of Alkene (know how alkyne mechanism differs)
- Acid-Catalyzed Hydration of Alkene
- Halohydrin Formation from Alkene
- Acid-Catalyzed Hydration of Alkynes
- Keto-Enol Tautomerization (both Acid and Base Catalyzed)
Reactions from the Unit
- Hydrohalogenation (Markovnikov) of Alkenes and Alkynes
- Hydrohalogenation (anti-Markovnikov) of Alkenes and Alkynes
- Acid Catalyzed Hydration (Oxymercuration-Demercuration) of Alkenes and Alkynes
- Hydroboration-Oxidation of Alkenes and Alkynes
- Hydrogenation (syn– and anti-) of Alkenes and Alkynes
- Partial Hydrogenation (syn– and anti-) of Alkynes
- Bromination of Alkenes and Alkynes
- Halohydrin Formation
- Dihydroxylation (anti– and syn-) of Alkenes
- Ozonolysis of Alkenes and Alkynes
- Elimination of Alkanes to Alkynes
- Alkylation of Alkynes
Important Reactions from the Previous Unit
- Elimination Reactions to produce Alkenes from Alkanes
- Correct Assessment of Base/Nucleophile Needs for Elimination Product Specificity
The JC policy is that class runs as scheduled unless school is cancelled, so unless JC officially cancels school we will have the exam tomorrow at 11am, no exceptions.
If class is cancelled we will have the test on Tuesday at 9:00 am and then run the talks between Tuesday lab period (10:30-12:30) and Thursday class time (11:00-12:30).
We will be doing Lab 8 – Thin Layer Chromatography for lab tomorrow. Lab6/7 are being redesigned and parts will be used for a handout next week that will be assigned for practice.
The grades for CEM131 are posted for Post Exam 2. There was a formatting error in the one I showed the morning class which had some grades screwed up. I have corrected the error, but please double check against your handed back work.
Wow, looks like a good chunk of people read the exam from last term in CEM131 and used that as study. Here is some advice, I change a significant chunk of questions between terms… And I knew, due to a question a student asked, that the old test was being used… So I made sure a changed almost every question.
Yes we have a quiz on Wednesday. Since it is on a new unit I would think vocabulary is important.
I talked about this in class on both Thursday last week and the Thursday the week before, but I am still getting questions about this on my email. The first exam for BIO220 is on Thursday the 28th. This is one day later than the syllabus due to the day lost to Convocation. It will cover Chapters 1, 2, and 4… Plus the material on Nature of science in the PowerPoint slides.