Quizzes - CHEM_203_01_FA14 - Prairie State College
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Question 1 (1 point)
Give the IUPAC name for the following compound.
COMMON FUNCTIONAL GROUPS
Type of Compound
Type of Compound
Periodic Table of the Elements
Montgomery College - Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
CH 203 Organic Chemistry I
MELTING POINT DETERMINATION
The melting point (MP) of a pure substance is defined as the temperature at which the
solid and the liquid phases of the substance co
Applications Using Laboratory Resources and Techniques
Place methylene chloride in a container labeled "halogenated organic solvent
waste." Aqueous solutions can be washed down the drain with water. Organic solvents us
QUESTION: Which structural factors favor 8N1 reactions and which ones
favor 8N2 reactions?
In Experiment 9.1 you will investigate the relationship of struc-
ture and reactivity in nucleophili
DETERMINATION OF MELTING POINTS
MELTING POINTS AND MIXED MELTING POINTS:
The melting point of a solid compound is the temperature at which a phase transition from
solid to liquid occurs. For pure crystalline compounds the melting point is commonly sharply
SEPARATION OF A MIXTURE BY ACID-BASE EXTRACTION
Mixtures containing components with very different solubility properties may often be
separated by the distribution, or "partitioning" of the components between two "immiscible"
CHEM 036 Fall 2006
Experiment #4: Acid/Base Extraction
Acid/base is an extremely useful separation technique in organic chemistry. Using simple acid/base
reactions, several different classes of organic molecules can be separated from one another. This pro
Mark Biagi ChemActivity 29 Chem. 204-01
13A. The pi system of the ring acts as a nucleophile in an EAS system. 13B. The more electron rich the pi system of the aromatic ring, the faster the rate of EAS. 14. Benzene will undergo EAS reactions faster than n