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New Organic Schedule Review Friday Test on Monday
Draw: para- cyclohexylpropylbenzene meta- cyclohexylphenylbenzene
Draw & Name Isomers of: C 6 H 10
Source & Properties of Hydrocarbon
Hydrocarbon Source Fossil Fuels Coal, oil, natural gas
Refining Petroleum Crude oil is refined by fractional distillation
Fractional Distillation Distilling crude oil into fractions based on BP
Fractions Natural gas:C 1 - C 4 Petrol ether: C 5 - C 6 Naphtha: C 7 - C 8 Gasoline: C 6 - C 12
Fractions Kerosene:C 12 - C 15 Fuel Oils:C 15 - C 18 Waxes:C 16 - C 24 Asphalt:> C 24
Properties Hydrocarbons are non-polar molecules All are flammable
Properties Hydrocarbons molecules are held together by intermolecular forces (dispersion forces)
Properties Intermolecular forces increase with size & size of electron clouds
Properties MP increases with size BP increases with size Flash point increases with size as with SA
Drill: Draw: para-dicyclo octylbenzene
Define prefixes Meth-But- Eth-Alk- Prop-
Define prefixes Ortho-Cis- Meta-Trans- Para-cyclo-
Define suffixes -ane-ene -yne-yl
Draw: ortho- diphenylbenzene
Draw: cis-6-methyl-5- propylnona-4-en- 2-yne
Draw: para- cyclobutyltoluene 5-methyl-4- phenylhexa-2-yne
Identify: Hydrocarbon properties –MP vs size –MP vs branching –Polarity Hydrocarbon source
Draw & name isomers of C 8 H 14
Name the organic compounds on the board
Draw the organic compounds on the board
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Section Alkanes know that alkanes are saturated hydrocarbons know that petroleum is a mixture consisting mainly of alkane hydrocarbons understand.
Chemistry of Water Chapters What Makes Water So Special? Polarity- waters bent shape creates δ- and δ+ areas in the molecule.
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Using Natural Resources By: table 1. Sand Sandy soils have different particles. Quartz are commonly found in sand. Feldspar is also in sand. Sandy soils.
© Boardworks Ltd of 20 © Boardworks Ltd of 37 KS3 Chemistry 9H Using Chemistry.
Announcement Mid-Year Exam for Chem I Friday, Jan 20, in class Make-up on Monday, Jan 23, X-block We will review for two days before the test.
Chapter 24: Organic chemistry Chemistry 1062: Principles of Chemistry II Andy Aspaas, Instructor.
Predicting Physical Properties of Molecules from Functional Groups.
Unit 5 Exam Review. Potpourri Lewis Dots Properties of Bonding IMA Metallic Bonding Ionic Bonding Covalent Bonding VSEPR
Section B: Petroleum as an Energy Source Man has used oil for over 5000 years First drilled in.
Todays Objective: BIO.3a Given information concerning the nature, composition, interactions, and chemical reactions of atoms, demonstrate an understanding.
CI 13.2 – Alcohols and Ethers (C) JHUDSON Draw two different structures with the molecular formula C 2 H 6 O Remember carbon bonds to 4 other atoms,
Mr Powell 2012 Index Connection Connect your learning to the content of the lesson Share the process by which the learning will actually take place Explore.
Bp.com/statisticalreview BP Statistical Review of World Energy June 2010 BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2010 © BP 2010.
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