midterm - 1 methane 2 ethane 3 propane 4 butane 5 pentane 6...

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1 methane 2 ethane 3 propane 4 butane 5 pentane 6 hexane 7 heptane 8 octane 9 nonane 10 decane Acid chloride R-C=O-Cl COCL Alcohol R-OH OH(hydroxyl) Aldehyde R-C=O-H C=O (carbonyl) Alkane R-H Alkene C=C double bond Alkyl halide R-F,Cl,Br,I F,CL,BR,I Alkyne C=-C triple bond Amide R-C=O-N-NHH CONH 2 CONHR CONR 2 Amine R-NH 2 R 2 HN R 3 N NH 2 (amino) Anhydride R-C=O-O-C=O-R -C=O-O-C=O- Aromatic 6ring w/= phenyl Carboxylic acid R-C=O-OH COOH (carboxyl) Ester R-C=O-OR COOR Ether R-O-R OR (alkoxyl) Ketone R-C=O-R C=O (carbonyl) Nitrile R-C=-N C=-N (cyano) Sulfide R-S-R SR Thiol R-SH SH (mercapto) Thioester R-C=O-SR COSR BL Acid/conjugate base- lose proton BL Base/conjugate acid-gain proton Lewis acid/electrphile- electron acceptor Lewis base/nucleophile- electron donor Staggered- lower in energy and more stable; gauche higher in energy than anti Increase intermolecular forces, surface area, polarizability increase in boiling point Increase intermolecular forces, symmetry
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CHEM 241 taught by Professor Crouch during the Spring '08 term at Dickinson.

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