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Chemical Reactions of Alkanes and Alkenes. 1. Structure cyclohexane cyclohexene Or.

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1 Chemical Reactions of Alkanes and Alkenes

2 1. Structure cyclohexane cyclohexene Or

3 Table: 2-7

4 Question Insoluble because they are non-polar. Water is polar. Like-dissolves-like. 2. Alkanes: unreactive, Alkenes: most 3. A double bond has both 4. Weaker, projects outward 5. a) addition b) it was the (acid) catalyst c) accelerates a reaction without being used up

5 5 d) Cyclohexene + H 2 SO 4 + H 2 O cyclohexanol e) Found in water because it has a polar moiety (it is polar) f) cyclohexanol (the product / the one to the right) catalyst

6 6 a-d: Cyclohexene + Br 2 a) Orange b) Addition c) d) Bromine was used up (disappeared)

7 7 : Cyclohexene + KMnO 4 + KOH + MnO 2

8 C. Cyclohexene + Br Isomers: cis-1,2-dibromocyclohexane trans-1,2-dibromocyclohexane

9 E. Cyclohexene + KMnO 4 Isomers:cis-1,2-cyclohexanediol trans-1,2-cyclohexanediol For more lessons, visit


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