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Properties of Hydrocarbons Properties of Hydrocarbons
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Hydrocarbons ¾ The three key categories of hydrocarbons are saturated , unsaturated , and aromatic . ¾ These categories have a large influence on both the reactivity and physical properties of organic compounds. ¾ Saturated hydrocarbons are relatively chemically inert. ¾ Unsaturated hydrocarbons are subject to addition and oxidation reactions. ¾ Aromatic hydrocarbons are more likely to undergo substitution reactions instead of addition reactions. Saturated Unsaturated Aromatic
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¾ The three known compounds for the experiement are cyclohexane , cyclohexene , and toluene . ¾ Each student will receive one unknown prepared by the TA. Note your unknown’s identifying code in your lab notebook. ¾ For each procedure involving a solvent, a blank will be included that is just the solvent for the test. ¾ All test tubes should be clean and DRY . Residual water or acetone can interfere with your tests. ¾
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2011 for the course CHEM 52705 taught by Professor Santon during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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