MOL CLASS 7 - Chemistry of Carbon - Part 2 (class notes S11)

MOL CLASS 7 - Chemistry of Carbon - Part 2 (class notes...

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1 NATURAL SCIENCE II: MOLECULES OF LIFE Spring 2011 Class 7 – Monday, February 14 Chemistry of Carbon (Part 2) Reading: Chapter 4 – Chemistry of Carbon (pp. 19 - 39) Next class: Chapter 5 Molecular Diversity (pp. 1 - 31) OUTLINE (1) Announcements & review (2) Why is life “carbon-based”? (3) Alkane hydrocarbons (4) Alkene hydrocarbons (5) What are trans fats? (6) Cyclic hydrocarbons
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2 ANNOUNCEMENTS
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4 WHY IS LIFE “CARBON-BASED”?
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5 ALKANE HYDROCARBONS
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6 MOLECULAR STRUCTURE OF ETHANE
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Unformatted text preview: 7 NAMING HYDROCARBONS 8 PROPANE 9 BUTANE AND STRUCTURAL ISOMERS 10 DRAWING HYDROCARBONS 11 MOLECULAR STRUCTURE OF ETHENE 12 ISOMERIZATION IN ALKENES 13 SATURATED AND UNSATURATED FATS 14 WHAT ARE TRANS FATS? New York Bans Most Trans Fats in Restaurants NY Times, December 6, 2006 15 CYCLIC HYDROCARBONS 1 cyclohexane C6H12 16 CYCLIC HYDROCARBONS 2 benzene C6H6 17 RESONANCE STRUCTURES IN BENZENE 18 BIOLOGICAL HYDROCARBONS H O cholesterol...
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