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A:

Orbitals fill in order of increasing energy

: Aufbau Principle

This functional group arises when a primary alcohol is oxidized by PCC (pyridinium
chlorochromate): Aldehyde
B:
Allotrope of carbon with the formula C60 : Buckminsterfullerene
This three-membered cationic intermediate forms when Br reacts with an alkene: Bromonium
ion
C:
An object that is not superimposable on its mirror image: Chiral
This condensation reaction occurs when two esters combine to form a beta-ketoester: Claisen
condensation: Claisen condensation
D:
Term describing orbitals with equal energy: Degenerate
This Nobel Prize-worthy cyclic reaction requires a diene and a dieneophile: Diels-Alder reaction
E:
Species that can accept a pair of electrons to form a new covalent bond: Electrophiles
This is the technical term for a molecule or its non-superimposable mirror image: Enantiomer
F:
Sandwich compound with the formula Fe (C5 H 5 )2 : Ferrocene
This reaction occurs when an acid chloride is combined with a benzene ring and AlCl: FriedelCrafts acylation
G:
Term for alkyl- or aryl- magnesium halides: Grignards Reagent
H:
Hermitian operator that consists of kinetic energy and potential energy components: Hamiltonian
The aromaticity of a cyclic compound is determined by this rule which requires [4n+2] pielectrons: Hckel rule
I:
A compound containing a carbon-nitrogen double bond. Also known as a Schiff base: Imine
J:
Number relating the change in temperature of a gas to the change in pressure at constant
enthalpy: Joule-Thomson Coefficient
Any source of chromium (VI) ions and sulfuric acid form this mixture used to oxidize alcohols:
Jones' reagent
K:
A compound containing a carbonyl group bonded to two carbons: Ketone

This functional group arises when a carbon is double bonded to both an oxygen and another
carbon: Ketene
L:
Intermolecular force resulting from induced dipole-induced dipole interactions: London
Dispersion Force
This hydrogenation catalyst for alkynes is made by 'poisoning' palladium with lead acetate, etc.:
Lindlars catalyst
M:
Describes the kinetics of enzyme catalyzed reactions: Michaelis-Menten Equation
The term for an addition reaction which favors a group adding at the more substituted position:
Markovnikov
N:
A spectroscopic technique that measures the energy associated with nuclear spin flips: Nuclear
Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
This type of drawing shows the relative stereochemistry of two carbons along a bond: Newman
projection
O:
Describes the relative positions of the functional groups in 1, 2- dimethylbenzene: Ortho
This oxidative reaction with an allotrope of oxygen splits alkenes into two carbonyl compounds:
Ozonolysis
P:
A covalent bond formed by the overlap of parallel p-orbitals: Pi-Bond
This alcohol with a pKa of about 10 and used to be called carbolic acid: Phenol
Q:
The arrangement of polypeptide monomers into a noncovalently bonded aggregate: Quaternary
Structure
This heterocycle with a pyridine fused to a benzene: Quinoline
R:
A mixture of equal amounts of two enantiomers: Racemic Mixture
This reaction to make 6-membered rings, is a condensation reaction followed by an aldol:
Robinson annulation
S:
A bimolecular nucleophilic substitution reaction: SN2 Reaction
This one-pot synthesis makes amino acids from cyanide, ammonium, and a carbonyl: Strecker
synthesis
T:
The functional group R-SH: Thiol
This is a type of isomerization reaction where functional groups interconvert, like enol to ketone:
Tautomerization
U:

The repeating motif from which a crystal could be constructed by simple translation operations:
Unit cell
This functional group, also called a carbamate, is made of both an amide and an ester: Urethane
V:
A group of intermolecular forces including dipole-dipole, dipole-induced dipole, and dispersion
forces: Van der Waals Forces
This term, from the Latin for neighbour, describes when two things are bound to neighbouring
carbons: Vicinal
W:
The minimum energy required to remove an electron from an atom: Work Function
This reaction between an alkoxide and a primary alkyl halide will produce ethers: Williamson
Ether Synthesis
X:
The first binary compound discovered containing a noble gas: Xenon Tetrafluoride
This is the common name of dimethyl benzene, and mixtures of its isomers make a good solvent:
Xylene
Y:
A neutral molecule with positive and negative charges on adjacent atoms: Ylide
Z:
The energy that remains in a quantum mechanical system even at absolute zero: Zero Point
Energy
During elimination reactions, this rule states that the more substituted alkene should form:
Zaitsev's rule
Further questions:
What is the combination of temperature and pressure at which the solid, liquid and gas phases
can coexist at equilibrium called: Triple Point
Ammonium molybdate test is used to detect the presence of borate. True or false: False
Sb is the chemical symbol for which element: Antimony