Chap20Dec12FA08a - CHEMISTRY 109 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA...

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CHEMISTRY 109 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA FALL 2008 ANNOUNCEMENTS: Final Exam – Wednesday December 17 6-8:00 pm
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For the compound above: - what functional groups are present? - for central atoms 1, 2, and 3 give the - hybridization - bond angle - electron domain geometry - molecular shape - types of orbital bonding
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Reactions you should know… _____________ Carbon increases its bonds to oxygen (or decreases bonds to hydrogen); know the difference in oxidation products of primary alcohols (aldehyde) and secondary alcohols (ketone).
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Oxidation Organic chemists typically are not concerned with oxidation numbers in reactions involving carbon, rather they note movement in electron density during a reaction. Adding a more electronegative atom (such as oxygen) takes some electron density from carbon.
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Reactions you should know… __________ Halogens or hydrogen add to double bonds Bromine Test for ____________-
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Addition Reactions When an unsaturated reactant becomes __________ CH 2 =CH 2 + HCl H
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2009 for the course CHEM 109 taught by Professor Hart during the Spring '09 term at Nebraska Christian.

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Chap20Dec12FA08a - CHEMISTRY 109 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA...

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