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Dalbey Lectures Posted

Dalbey Lectures Posted - Dr Marita M King NW 0109...

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Dr. Marita M. King NW 0109 [email protected] Home Page: chemistry.ohio-state.edu/~king
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Ch 15.5
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glucose Only the open form reacts with Benedict’s soln.
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Drill problem: Which of these molecules represent a hemiactetal or hemiketal? Name the alcohols and carbonyl compounds that were used in their formation.
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+ 10.8
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Drill problem: Identify and name the alcohols and carbonyl compounds that produced these molecules:
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O O O N – CH 3 base CH 3 – C – C – CH 3 + CH 3 NH 2 x HCl CH 3 – C – C – CH 3 2,3-butanedione methyl amine 3-methylimino-2-butanone hydrochloride demo Corn Chip Aroma
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a shock explosive
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Reactions of the
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