ch106hw6 - 3-pentyne 1-propyne How is the benzene ring...

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CH 106 Homework #6 Reading: Chapter 17.1 – 17.6 Suggested extra problems: Chapter 17; 9-39, 57,60,61,62-65 Write and balance the chemical equation for the combustion of propane with oxygen. How is the location of a double or triple bond in the longest continuous chain of an unsaturated hydrocarbon indicated? Provide an example. Continuing the theme from the last question, which of the following compounds exists? Support your answer. Methene 2,2-dichloropropene 5,5,5-trichloro-5-bromo-2-pentene 3-bromo-2-pentyne When propane undergoes dehydrogenation, what is the product? Name it and draw a structural formula. Explain what is incorrect about the names given below, and provide a correct name for both.
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Unformatted text preview: 3-pentyne 1-propyne How is the benzene ring named if it is considered a substituent in another molecule? Give the structures and names of two examples. How many different possible “tetramethylbenzenes” exist? Provide structural formulas and names for each. If you had a –triol how many different structural isomers are possible if you main chain is propane? Name each. Draw the general structural formula for an ether. Give two methods for synthesizing ethylpropylether? What is the IUPAC name for this compound?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course CHEMSITRY CH 106 taught by Professor Kovacich during the Spring '10 term at Portland CC.

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