10.4 Organic Chemisry - Alkanes

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Unformatted text preview: 1 ALKANES Part of Chapters 26 2 and 27 5 1 26.2 and 27.5 + Class notes ALKANES In alkanes all the carbon atoms have their full complement of hydrogen atoms. They are SATURATED. C C H H H H 2 Cycloalkanes Alkanes ALKENES When the carbon atoms do not have their full complement of hydrogen atoms. They are UNSATURATED. C H C H 3 Cycloalkenes Alkenes ALKANES Source Synthesis 4 Synthesis Reactions 5 PETROLEUM REFINING ALKANES Source Synthesis 6 Synthesis Reactions 2 SYNTHESIS Catalytic hydrogenation ( Reduction ) of alkenes C C H 2 C C 7 C C C C H H Ni, Pd or Pt Reduction is the gain of hydrogen and/or the loss of oxygen. REDUCTION VS. OXIDATION 8 Oxidation is the gain of oxygen and/or the loss of hydrogen ALKANES Source Synthesis 9 Synthesis Reactions Combustion 10 FUEL + OXYGEN SOURCE CO 2 + H 2 O + ALKANES Source Synthesis 11 Synthesis Reactions Combustion Halogenation CH 4 + Cl 2 light CH 3 Cl + HCl CH C + HC CHC + HC light light 12 CH 2 Cl 2 + HCl CHCl 3 + HCl CCl 4 + HCl light 3 MECHANISM OF THE...
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