CH2-Outline

CH2-Outline - Organic Chemistry - Study of molecules that...

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Organic Chemistry - Study of molecules that contain CARBON. Definition of molecule - A group of atoms covalently bonded together. CHAPTER 2. THE SIMPLEST ORGANIC COMPOUNDS: HYDROCARBON (H & C) FRAMEWORKS (C-C BONDS): 1. Classes of hydrocarbons: aliphatic (alkane, alkene, alkyne) & aromatic 2. Two additional theories of Covalent Bonding: Valence Bond Model and Molecular Orbital Model; Orbital hybridization Models (sp3, sp2, and sp hybridizations) 3. Alkanes and cycloalkanes a. Representations of chemical structures b. IUPAC nomenclature i. Unbranched alkanes ii. Branched alkanes iii. cycloalkanes c. Properties i. Isomers ii. Intermolecular forces d. Formation (sources) e. Reactions of alkanes and cycloalkanes i. Combustion ii. Oxidation and reduction
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Aliphatic: example bond # of H’s Alkane Alkene Alkyne Cycloalkane Aromatic: 2. Covalent Bonding Theories: Valence Bond Model (includes orbital hybridization
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