Exam2Prep - C. N,N-dimethylaniline D. None of these A....

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2/26/2010 1 February 26th A. ethyl propyl ketone B. 4-hexanone C. 3-hexanone D. 3-hexanal
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2/26/2010 2 A. 1° alcohols B. 2° alcohols C. 3° alcohols D. Aldehydes A. Aldehyde-Aldehyde B. Ketone-Ketone C. Aldehyde-Ketone D. Water-Ketone
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2/26/2010 3 A. One alcohol molecule B. Two identical alcohol molecules C. Two different alcohol molecules D. Two alcohol molecules, which may or may not be identical A. -OR group B. -OCl group C. -Cl atom D. -NH 2 group
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2/26/2010 4 A. methyl methanoate B. propyl ethanoate C. methyl propanoate D. ethyl methanoate A. propanoic acid, propane, propanol, propanal B. propanal, propanol, propanoic acid, propane C. propane, propanol, propanal, propanoic acid D. propane, propanal, propanol, propanoic acid
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2/26/2010 5 A. 2-butanamine B. 2-methylaniline
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Unformatted text preview: C. N,N-dimethylaniline D. None of these A. Amines do not contain an oxygen atom as do alcohols. B. Amine-amine hydrogen bonding is not possible C. N-H hydrogen bonds are weaker than O-H hydrogen bonds D. Amines are insoluble in water. 2/26/2010 6 A. N-methylbutanamide B. 2-methylbutanamide C. Butanamide D. methyl butyl amide A. 64 B. 4 C. 8 D. 16 2/26/2010 7 A. A chiral center is an atom in a molecule that has four different groups tetrahedrally bonded to it. B. A chiral molecule is a molecule whose mirror images are superimposable. C. Naturally occurring monosaccharides are almost always right-handed. D. The simplest example of a chiral molecule is glyceraldehyde. A. B. C. D....
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Exam2Prep - C. N,N-dimethylaniline D. None of these A....

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