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Review Draw the following compounds. a) β-chlorobutyric acid (condensed) b) 2-methylpentyl ethanoate (skeletal) c) 2,4-dibromohexanoic acid (skeletal) d) ethyl propionate (condensed)
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Review Draw the products for the following reactions. a) Base hydrolysis of ethyl butanoate and sodium hydroxide
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Review b) Acid hydrolysis of propyl benzoate
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Review c) Base hydrolysis of butyl methanoate and potassium hydroxide
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Amines Chapter 18
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Amines Amines are organic ___________________ compounds Amines include: Amino acids (proteins) Nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) Many vitamins Hormones Neurotransmitters Caffeine Nicotine Synthetic drugs such as sedatives, antihistamines and bronchodilators
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Amines Amines are derived from __________________ One or more hydrogen atoms of ammonia are replaced by alkyl groups They can be classified as: _____________________________ – one carbon group is bonded to the nitrogen atom _____________________________ – two carbon groups bonded to the nitrogen atom _____________________________– three carbon groups bonded to the nitrogen atom
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Amines
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Examples Classify each compound as a primary, secondary or tertiary amine.
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Amines The amine nitrogen atom has a lone pair of electrons
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  • Fall '19
  • Amine, Carboxylic acid, Functional group, Amide

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