1. What is the molecular formula of limonene, the major volatile compound in orange peel oil?
A) C10H18 B) C10H20 Ans: C
C) C10H16 D) C11H14 E) C11H18
2. Of those indicated, which would be the shortest carbon-carbon bond in -selinene? A E B A) A
Organic Chemistry I
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Chapter 48: Animal Reproduction Key Concepts
The reproductive systems of animals are highly variable. Many animals can switch between asexual and sexual reproduction. When sexual reproduction occurs, fertilization may be external or internal and egg devel
Chapter 47: Chemical Signals in Animals
Animals use at least six major types of chemical signals. Hormones are those chemical signals that are present in tiny concentrations and travel throughout the body to affect target cells. The informa
Chapter 46: Animal Sensory Systems and Movement
Sensory receptor cells transduce sound, light, or other stimuli to a change in membrane potential. Receptor cells or sensory neurons send action potentials to the brain, where the signals are
Chapter 45: Electrical Signals in Animals Key Concepts
Neurons are cells that transmit electrical signals used in communication. Neurons have a membrane potential, which is an electric potential difference, or voltage, across the plasma membrane. A voltag
Welcome to Organic Chemistry! Special Thanks to Dr. Clarita Bhat. Chem& 241 is the first quarter of your yearlong venture into the world of reactions, naming and syntheses. To help you succeed in this venture, I will generate lecture notes fo
Name _ 100 points possible Each question is worth 5 points unless noted. Any changes to the exam will be written on the board.
1. The IUPAC name for [(CH3)3C]2CHCH3 is: (4 pts)
2. Draw the structure for 3-ethyl-5-isobutyldecane
1. Given the relative reactivities of various kinds of hydrogens, the major product expected from mono-bromination of 2-methylbutane would be what?
H H3C C CH2 CH2Br CH3
H H3C C CHBr CH3 CH3
H H3C C CH2 CH3 CH2Br
H BrCH2 C CH2 CH3 CH3