1. Classification of organic compounds 1. The Class of organic compounds, with the general formula C n H 2n is called 2. arenes 2. Aromatic organic compound is 5. aniline 3. The Class of organic compounds, with the general formula R-OH is called 2. alcohols 4. Organic compounds with several identical functional groups are called 5. рolyfunctional 5. The Class of organic compounds, with the general formula C n H 2n+2 is called 1. alkanes 6. The Class of organic compounds, with the general formula R-SH is called 1. thiols 7. Organic compounds with the general formula R–CООН 4. carboxylic acids 8. Organic compounds with an identical composition, but different chemical structure are called 3. structural isomers 9. Organic compounds with the general formula C O-R 1 O R 1. Esters 10. Bioorganic chemistry is a study about: 2. structure and property of matters participating in metabolism 11. In the scheme atoms of carbon are in the state of: 3. Sp3 hybridization 12. In the scheme atoms of carbon are in the state of: 1200 2. Sp2 hybridization 13. The suffix -ane is added to an aliphatic radical if it contains: 2. no double or triple bondings 14. The suffix –yne is added to the name of the aliphatic compound if parent structure has 1. one tripple bond 15. The suffix –ene is added to the name of the aliphatic compound if parent structure has 3. one double bond 16. Radical С 6 Н 5- is called 2. phenyl 17. The prefix “hydroxy” by IUPAC nomenclature has the following compound 4. -OH 18. The name of the compound is CH 3-CH-COOH | NH 2 4. 2-аmino-propanoic acid 19. Radical СН 3- is called 3. methyl 20. Atoms or group of the atoms which determine the particular properties of the compound is called 4. functional group 21. Matters which form in living organisms at metabolism are called: 3. metabolites 22. Minimum energy required to initiate the reactants into activated complex is known as: 2. activation energy 23. Lewis acids 4. acceptors of an electronic pair 24. The Basis of Lewis are: 2. donors of an electronic pair 25. The more Ка (constant of an acidity) organic compounds 1. the acidity is higher 26. In order of basicity increase the compounds are arranged in a row 2. C 2 H 5- S – C 2 H 5 , C 2 H 5- O – C 2 H 5 , C 2 H 5- NH – C 2 H 5 27. Quantitatively acidity of organic compounds is valued 2. constant of an acidity (Ка) 28. Bronsted-Lowry acids are 1.donor of positive protons 29. Electron-donors functional groups 2.decrease acidity 30. The greatest basicity has 3.trifluoromethylamine 31. The greater the pKa of organically compounds the 1.less the acidity 32. Electronoacceptors 1.increase the acidity 33. The symbol S means reaction of 1. substitution 34. During reaction the fragments formed which are named 5. molecules with the least stability 35. Equation of reaction C 2 H 5 Br + NaOH C 2 H 5 OH + NaBr relates to 3. nucleophilic substitution 36. Electrophilic addition reactions are typical for
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