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Unformatted text preview: 6. Describe the same for the carbonyl, carboxyl, amine, sulfhydryl, and phosphate groups. 7. Distinguish between structural, geometric, and stereo isomers (or enantiomers). Be able to give examples of each, recognize them, and explain what effect the alternate forms might have on their chemical properties. Be able to draw multiple structural isomers based on a molecular formula. 8. Be able to name compounds based on their functional groups. 9. Be able to predict whether a compound would be soluble or insoluble in water based on its structure. 10. Be able to predict possible structural formulas for molecular formulas that will require a double bond between 2 carbon atoms. For example, the molecular formula C 3 H 6...
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- Spring '07