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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Samuel in Miami, FL
Today was our final day studying for the test. We quickly went over DNA aminolysis that involves carboxylic acid derivative concepts that he learned this unit. He is sure that there is going to be some sort of biological application problem in his test. We then went over last minute points he wanted clarification over. Finally, we worked on a practice test that we found online.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by James in Miami, FL
The student and I worked on practice problems pertaining to ketones and aldehydes, discussing the more specific reaction mechanisms - including the Grignard reaction that converts a ketone into an alcohol. The reactivity and reaction mechanisms with imines and enamines, the Wittig reaction and the Wolff-Kishner reduction reaction involving hydrazine to convert a ketone into alkanes. She is able to predict the product formed from the reaction but we are working on her understanding the actual mechanism and movement of electrons.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Christopher in Miami, FL
During our session, we discussed several new topics such as adding carbons via the acetylide ion reacting in an SN2 fashion with an alkyl halide, forming an alkyne via double elimination, formation of a dihalide from an alkene, halohydrin formation from an alkene and the carbocation mechanism. We first looked over an NMR/IR spectroscopy question, then went onto the more difficult synthesis questions. Here, I tried to show the student the thought-process one would need to go through in order to be able to successfully complete the synthesis-type problems on an exam. She was quite hesitant when we first started synthesis, but after working backwards, mentally going through all the reactions we've covered and proceeding step-by-step, I saw that she had gained some confidence towards the end. I gave her a synthesis question I had made as well as a few other reactions involving alkenes for her to solve in her own time.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Ari in Miami, FL
We covered carbonyl reactions involving chlorination and explored the mechanism thoroughly, involving sigma and sigma star orbitals and really getting down to the quantum/geometric level of where the chlorine attacks, why the product (and intermediate) looks the way they do and exactly what is happening every baby step throughout the reaction. And I'm proud to say we mastered the chemistry really well. By going through the baby steps, we learned (crucial) concepts that can be applied to virtually all other organic chemistry reactions. The second half of the session involved reactions that oxidize alcohols into ketones, aldehydes, or carboxylic acids. We discussed the mechanism involving Pyridinium Chlorochromate (PCC) and the Jones Reagents. I look forward to working with the student again next time where we will do problems involving the new mechanisms we learned today, so it's really in stone.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Andrew in Miami, FL
We started working on radical reactions. Also, she heard some good news in that she received a B on her last test. With a little more work we will get her to an A in no time!
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Benjamin in Miami, FL
The student and I discussed her upcoming exam. She had been reading through the chapters and creating notes and specific key points for each chapter. This was very good, I could tell in her reference of the material that she had a good understanding of the core concepts. I was a little worried that she may go too fast, but I was always reminding her to slow down and to think about where the electrons were going in the electrophilic and nucleophilic aromatic substitution. As we worked through the problems she was also able to demonstrate that she had been studying her reaction map and also displayed a wonderful ability to retro synthetically develop an organic synthesis. As we worked through the exam we covered organometallic reactions and reagents. She aced her quiz on Friday and was able to use that reaction map on her exam. This was extremely helpful because it limited the number of reagents that she needed to memorize. Her fundamental understanding of the concepts seemed very solid.
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