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Introduction to Organic Chemistry Introduction to Organic Chemistry 1.Black 2.Carbon, 3.Salt / sodium chloride Sodium, chlorine, Carbon 4.Wohler made urea,

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1 Introduction to Organic Chemistry Introduction to Organic Chemistry 1.Black 2.Carbon, 3.Salt / sodium chloride Sodium, chlorine, Carbon 4.Wohler made urea, showing that organic compounds can be synthesized outside of a life form Organic (from life) is misleading 5.9 million 6.CO, CO 2, carbonate (CO 3 2– ), bicarbonate (HCO 3 – ), cyanide (CN – ), cyanate (CNO – ), thiocyanate (SCN – ) Note: look for a metal: e.g. NaCN, CaCO 3 7.

2 8.Organic compounds with only H and C. 9.Nonpolar, solubility, London forces. 10.Fossil fuels 11.The process that converts complex mixtures into simple mixtures or purified substances. 12.Petroleum 13.One to five. 14.Ethanethiol (C 2 H 5 SH) 15.Boiling points, fractional distillation, fractionation 16.The top is coolest, bottom warmest 17.The top has the smallest molecules 18.Most are fuels

3 Introduction to Organic Chemistry Introduction to Organic Chemistry 1.Black (1) 2.Carbon (1), 3.Salt / sodium chloride (1) Sodium, chlorine (1), Carbon (1) 4.Wohler made urea, showing that organic compounds can be synthesized outside of a life form (1) Organic (from life) is misleading 5.9 million (1) 6.CO, CO 2 (1), carbonate (CO 3 2– ), bicarbonate (HCO 3 – ), cyanide (CN – ), cyanate (CNO – ), thiocyanate (SCN – ) (1) Note: look for a metal: e.g. NaCN, CaCO 3 7. (1)

4 8.Organic compounds with only H and C (1). 9.Nonpolar, solubility, London forces (1). 10.Fossil fuels (1) 11.The process that converts complex mixtures into simple mixtures or purified substances. (1) 12.Petroleum (1) 13.One to five. (1) 14.Ethanethiol (C 2 H 5 SH) 15.Boiling points, fractional distillation, fractionation (1) 16.The top is coolest, bottom warmest (1) 17.The top has the smallest molecules (1) 18.Most are fuels (1)/20 For more lessons, visit


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