World Chem Problems Study Guide

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World Chem Problems Study Guide Organic – C,H CH 4 – methane (gas) CaCl – road salt (solid) Fe2O 3 – rust (solid) N 2 O – di-nitrogen oxide (laughing gas) Saturated Hydrocarbons – every C is filled with an H CH 4 – methane (gas) C 2 H 6 – ethane (gas) C 3 H 8 – propane (gas) C 4 H 10 – butane C 5 H 12 – pentane C 6 H 14 – hexane C 7 H 16 – heptane C 8 H 18 – octane C 9 H 20 – nonane C 10 H 22 – decane Unsaturated = C 3 H 6 – propene Organic acid – reaction between covalent oxides and water Sis and Trans acid – has Chlorine instead of one of the carbon Alcohols – (C-OH) ethanol booze (grain alcohol) Aldehydes (C=O) – higher molecular weight, frequently have a pleasant odor Formaldehyde – preserve biological specimens Ketones – like an aldehyde but without the presence of hydrogen Carboxylic acid – alcohols and aldehydes are easily converted into this by exposing to air O O II II CH3CH2OH CH3C=H CHC-OH Alcohol Aldehydes Acid
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Esters – two chemicals condensing to form the new product and eliminate water
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course CEM 101 taught by Professor Davis during the Fall '07 term at Merrimack College.

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