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carbon-in-foods-lab-answers - (1) Sodium, chlorine (1) ,...

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Introduction to Organic Chemistry Introduction to Organic Chemistry 1. Black 2. Carbon , 3. Salt / sodium chloride Sodium, chlorine , Carbon 4. Wohler made urea, showing that organic compounds can be synthesized outside of a life form Organic (from life) is misleading 5. 9 million 6. CO, CO 2 , carbonate (CO 3 2– ), bicarbonate (HCO 3 ), cyanide (CN ), cyanate (CNO ), thiocyanate (SCN ) Note: look for a metal: e.g. NaCN, CaCO 3
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8. Organic compounds with only H and C . 9. Nonpolar, solubility, London forces . 10. Fossil fuels 11. The process that converts complex mixtures into simple mixtures or purified substances. 12. Petroleum 13. One to five. 14. Ethanethiol (C 2 H 5 SH) 15. Boiling points, fractional distillation, fractionation 16. The top is coolest, bottom warmest 17. The top has the smallest molecules 18. Most are fuels
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Introduction to Organic Chemistry Introduction to Organic Chemistry 1. Black (1) 2. Carbon (1) , 3. Salt / sodium chloride
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Unformatted text preview: (1) Sodium, chlorine (1) , Carbon (1) 4. Wohler made urea, showing that organic compounds can be synthesized outside of a life form (1) Organic (from life) is misleading 5. 9 million (1) 6. CO, CO 2 (1 ) , carbonate (CO 3 2 ), bicarbonate (HCO 3 ), cyanide (CN ), cyanate (CNO ), thiocyanate (SCN ) (1) Note: look for a metal: e.g. NaCN, CaCO 3 8. Organic compounds with only H and C (1) . 9. Nonpolar, solubility, London forces (1) . 10. Fossil fuels (1) 11. The process that converts complex mixtures into simple mixtures or purified substances. (1) 12. Petroleum (1) 13. One to five. (1) 14. Ethanethiol (C 2 H 5 SH) 15. Boiling points, fractional distillation, fractionation (1) 16. The top is coolest, bottom warmest (1) 17. The top has the smallest molecules (1) 18. Most are fuels (1) /20 For more lessons, visit www.chalkbored.com...
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