Loose Leaf for Organic Chemistry: Chapter 2 - Acids and Bases Flashcards


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Label the Bronsted Lowry acid, base, conjugate acid and conjugate base.

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Label the Bronsted Lowry acid, base, conjugate acid and conjugate base.

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Use curved arrow notation to show the movement of electrons in the Lewis Acid-Base Reaction

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Use curved arrow notation to show the movement of electrons in the Bronsted Lowry Acid-Base Reaction

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Label the Bronsted Lowry acid, base, conjugate acid and conjugate base. Then determine in which direction equilibrium is favored.

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Determine in which direction equilibrium is favored.

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Determine in which direction equilibrium is favored.

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Determine in which direction equilibrium is favored.

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Rank the following in order of increasing acidity

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*Elemental Effect

Electronegativity when comparing CH4, NH3, and CH3OH

Polarizability when comparing CH3OH and HCl

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Rank the following in order of increasing basicity

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Negatively charged ions are stronger bases compared to their neutral counterparts

When comparing H2O and NH3, H2O is a stronger acid, because the conjugate base (OH-) is more stable than (NH2-) because oxygen is more electronegative than nitrogen. Since OH- is the more stable conjugate base, it is a stronger acid, and thereby the weakest base.

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Rank these compounds in order of increasing acidity

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Rank these compounds in order of increasing acidity

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Elemental Effect (CH3 vs NH2)

Elemental Effect (NH2 vs OH)

Resonance Effect (OH vs. CO2H)

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Rank these compounds in order of increasing acidity

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Resonance Effect (OH vs CO2H)

Elemental Effect (CO2H vs HF)

Positively charged ions are stronger acids than neutral counterparts

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Circle the most acidic proton on each compound

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A. Inductive Effect

B. Elemental Effect (Eliminates C-H and N-H), (Sulfur is more polarizable than Oxygen)

C. Elemental Effect (Eliminates C-H), Resonance Effect (Eliminates O-H group)

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Circle the most acidic proton on each compound

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A. Elemental Effect (Fluorine electronegativity)

B. Hybridization Effect (increase percent s character, closer to the nucleus, more stable)

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Draw the products for the Lewis Acid and Base Reaction. Identify the electrophile and nucleophile

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Draw the products for the Lewis Acid and Base Reaction. Identify the electrophile and nucleophile

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