Lecture 25 Chapter 15 - commonly form bonds from p-orbital...

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Reminder – all homework is due December 15 th at 11pm. Make sure you press the “submit” button for all assignments so that your grades are recorded in the gradebook. After the due date, you can still access the homework assignments and redo them for practice before the final exam. The final exam room assignments are posted on our LMS site: 1110-03: DCC 318 1100-06: DCC 308 1100-10: Sage 3303 Extra Time Students: Walker 5113 I will be doing a final exam review on Saturday December 19 th starting at 10am in DCC 308
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Chapter 15
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Characteristics of Organic Molecules Why is carbon so special? 1.Carbon forms 4 bonds in nearly all compounds (will never exceed an octet) 1.Carbon forms relatively short (and therefore strong) bonds and will
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Unformatted text preview: commonly form bonds from p-orbital overlap. 1.Carbon readily forms chains of atoms leads to many different structures (rings, branched) that are all chemically stable Diversity of Organic Compounds Hydrocarbons: Structures and Classes What is the number of hydrogen atoms in the hydrocarbon hexane? (A) 6 (B) 8 (C) 10 (D) 12 (E) 14 Which straightchain hydrocarbon is saturated? A. C 4 H 6 B. C 5 H 10 C. C 8 H 16 D. C 2 H 6 E. C 7 H 14 Isomerism For practice Draw all hydrocarbons with 7 carbons (The C 7 H 16 alkanes no multiple bonds, no rings) There are 9 isomers total here is one:...
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