ch16 review

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1 April 28, 2010 Chapter_16_Review_Organic_2010 (File on Blackboard) Alkane Learn to recognize Alkyl group If we remove a hydrogen from an alkane, we get an alkyl group. For example: Remove an H from methane, we get a methyl group CH 3 Remove an H from ethane, we get an ethyl group CH 3 CH 2 Remove an H from propane, we get a propyl group CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 NOTE: these groups must be attached to something els e (for example to another carbon, to an OH, to a Nitrogen, etc. an only carbon-carbon single bonds CH 4 C 2 H 6
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2 Learn to give the IUPAC name of simple alkanes ( Remember : take the longest chain as the root name, number that chain according to the carbon that is closest to a side chain ) Examples: 2-methylpropane 2,4-dimethylhexane Learn to recognize skeletal (or line) structures Octane (Number the carbons in the root chain with respect to the carbon that is closest to a side chain)
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3 Learn to recognize functional group s in organic molecules Double bond en contains carbon-carbon double bond
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