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Shoreline, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
In this lesson, I worked with the student to solve problems on his final review sheet that he was struggling with. He seemed to be having trouble with the earlier topics due to the cumulative nature of the exam, so we worked on a lot of kinematics problems that used new force topics and other newer topics to determine acceleration.
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In this lesson, we continued applying the conservation of energy to various physical problems. We covered the application of centripetal force and how it used against gravity. The student should go over how the normal force relates to the concepts discussed in the roller coaster problem. This is something we didn't cover in as much detail as I would've liked, but we will do more of it on Wednesday. The student should review the notes I sent earlier to get a better feel for the relationship between conservation of energy and kinematics. He was very engaged.
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Shoreline, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
Today we revisited an old practice exam that seemed to give the student a difficult time. We reworked some of the problems and clarified some characteristics of alkene reactions, like which ones give Markovnikov products vs. non-Markovnikov products. Additionally, we talked about polar protic as well as polar aprotic solvents and the role they play in SN1 and SN2 reactions. We ended the session by working on some chirality problems. I suggested the student to look out for four different "groups" bonded to a specific carbon as a way to determine whether or not the carbon is chiral. The student has some difficulty remembering some of the alkene reactions, but now has a clear understanding of chirality and polar solvent. Overall, I think the session went well, and like always, she was very receptive!
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Shoreline, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
Today, the student and I went over Chapter 8 in his textbook on alkene addition reactions, something that he was struggling with and is nervous about for his final, which is on Monday. We are meeting again tomorrow, and he feels really good otherwise with the material. I think if he keeps up practicing, he will do great on Monday. We are meeting again tomorrow to finish Chapter 8 and go over problems that he was struggling with while studying.
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Shoreline, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
Today, we covered the basics of substitution and elimination reactions. After covering SN2, SN1, E2, and E1 reactions and the conditions under which each occurs, we ran several example problems on how to identify which type of reaction will occur.
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Shoreline, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
Today, we exclusively went over NMR problems. I explained how to read information from NMR by looking at the integration, splitting pattern, and chemical shifts. We also reviewed how to calculate degrees of unsaturation so the student knows how to use that when working on NMR problems that give chemical formulas. She seemed to be lost with NMR when we started, but by the end, she was getting much better at being able to point out what each signal represented and how some of the connectivity might look for each signal.
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