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Divya Chandrasekar Simrat Hansra Siri Kunchakarra Shadi Lanham Organic Chemistry
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A-100 What is Propane? Return
A-200 What is 2-Butyne? Return CH 3 CC H 3
A-300 What is cis-2-Pentene? Return
A-400 What is Acetic Acid? Return This acidic compound is commonly used in salad dressing
A-500 What is Ethene? Return This Alkene that has two Carbons is a fuel and feedstock for plastics
What is an Aldehyde? B-100 Return
B-200 What is an Ether? Return
B-300 What is an alcohol? Return This functional group is mostly likely to form hydrogen bonds
B-400 What is a Ketone? Return
B-500 What is NH 2 ? Return A Peptide bond is formed when an organic acid reacts with a compound containing this functional group.
C-100 What is Carbon? Return This is needed for a compound to be organic.
C-200 What is an Alkane? Return This type of hydrocarbon has the general formula C n H n+2.
C-300 What is sp 2 ? Return This hybridizaton must be present on the Carbon atoms for a compound to have cis and trans isomers.
C-400 What is unsymmetrical distribution of electrons? (great difference in electronegativity) Return This characteristic makes an alcohol polar.
C-500 What is an Ether? Return This is produced when two molecules of ethanol dehydrate.
D-100 What is a pi bond? Return Add me to an Alkene and I will become an Alkyne. I am …..
D-200 What is Carbon Dioxide and Water? Return We are formed when cycloalkanes are burned in air.
D-300 What is an Isomer? Return I am different yet the same.
D-400 Return I have a five carbon sugar, a nitrogen base and a phosphoric acid molecule. I am …. What is a Nucleic Acid?
D-500 What is DNA? Return Hydrogen bonds us. We are two strands of...
E-100 What is a cycloalkane? Return This is the compound formed when Alkanes form rings.
E-200 What is cyclopropane? Return This compound (shown below) has a triangular shape.
E-300 What are Aromatic Compounds? Return These organic compounds are related to Benzene.
E-400 What is more strain on molecules (smaller bond angles)? Return This is why cyclopropane is more reactive than its straight chain analog, propane.
E-500 What is Resonance? Return This is the reason why electrons are delocalized in Benzene.
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