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Organic Reactions Chemical reactions involving organic compounds
Saturated Organic Compounds: Have only single bonds between carbons. Compound has all the hydrogens possible.
Unsaturated Organic Compounds: Have double or triple bonds. Can hold 2 more hydrogen Can hold 4 more hydrogen
Substitution Reaction: *Replacement of a hydrogen. *2 reactants 2 products Halogen Saturated C C + Cl 2 C C + HCl Cl Halogenation – reaction with a halogen
Addition Reaction: + Cl 2 C C Cl C = C *2 reactants 1 product Cl Hydrogenation: reaction with hydrogen. (oil to fat)
Learning Check: Draw products, name and classify the reaction. + Br 2 + I 2 C C – C – C C C C
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Condensation Polymerization: Reaction forms liquid water Process makes dacron and nylon
Addition Polymerization: Many little onesBig one
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