TLC and Flow Charts -

**Details**- Through a demonstration, see how to properly setup a TLC
- Be able to predict relative Rf values for various organic compounds
- Learn how to make the appropriate solvent system
- Understand how to assess solvent polarities used in your lab
- Learn to justify your relative Rf values
- Understand how to prepare flow charts for given mixtures or reactions
- Touch up on your acid/base chemistry
- Get a summary of LAB SAFETY and MSDS sheets
- Many examples from midterms/exams administered at uOttawa!

Stoichiometry and SN1/SN2/E1/E2 –

**Details**- Learn to convert between volume, mass, moles and number of molecules/atoms
- Fully understand how to convert between units and within units (i.e. L, mL, uL, nL) through ‘Diagonal Conversion’
- Be able to provide different concentration units for solutions (i.e. molarity and molality)
- Know when to use c1v1 = c2v2 for a dilution question
- Apply PV = nRT as used in lab experiment
- Learn to find limiting reagents (not catalysts)
- Differentiate between conversion and selectivity
- Know which conditions favour SN1, SN2, E1 or E2
- Many examples from midterms/exams administered at uOttawa!

Titration and Kinetics –

**Details**- Be able to interpret and graph titration data
- Relate acid/base chemistry to titration and use appropriate equations
- Calculate final concentrations of solutions using the correct variables (i.e. moles, volume, mass, %w/v and v/v)
- Use concentrations and mechanism to derive rate laws
- Know the right equations for zero, first and second order
- Apply integrated rate law equations to problems
- Differentiate between zero, first and second order (i.e. from graphs)
- Solve for rate constant with proper units
- Many examples from midterms/exams administered at uOttawa!