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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
Polymerization: *Making large molecules out of small ones. *Have a repeating structure.
Condensation Polymerization: Reaction forms liquid water Process makes dacron and nylon
Addition Polymerization: Many little onesBig one
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Other Organic Compounds: Functional Groups & Polymers.
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SIDE GROUP NAME CONDENCED FORMULA STRUCTURAL FORMULA METHYLCH 3 ETHYLC2H5C2H5 PROPYLC3H7C3H7 CHLOROClsame BROMOBrsame IODOIsame c H H H c H H H c H H c.
Properties and reactions of Alkanes. Alkanes are saturated hydrocarbons. This means they contain only carbon and hydrogen with no double bonds. The physical.
Organic Chemistry The study of carbon and carbon-containing compounds.
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Drawing Lewis Structures of Molecules Chapter 4 Section 4.
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Concept 5.3: Lipids include fats and steroids.. Lipids Group of organic compounds that include fats, oils, and waxes. Composed of carbon, hydrogen, and.
Organic Chemistry The study of carbon-containing compounds and their properties. The vast majority of organic compounds contain chains of rings of carbon.
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