Wade, L. G., Organic Chemistry. 3rd ed., 97-122, 174-227, 305-08. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1995. Questions Note: Models will help you
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Wade, L. G., Organic Chemistry. 3rd ed., 97-122, 174-227, 305-08. Englewood Cliffs,
NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1995.
Questions Note: Models will help you answer the following questions.
1. Give the structural formulas and names of all possible (exclude
stereoisomerism)
a. pentanes CH12 (three structures)
b. hexanes CH, (five structures)
c. chlorobutanes C,H,Cl (four structures)
d. difluoroethanes C,H F, (two structures)
e. tribromopropanes CHBr? (five structures)
f. trichloro derivatives of isobutane, C H,Cl, (five structures).
2. Identify the relationship between the structures in each part of
question 1.

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a) Pentane
pentane
Chain isomers
isopentane
neopentane
b) Hexane
hexane
2-methylpentane
3-methylpentane
2,3-dimethylbutane
2,2-dimethylbutane
Chemical Formula: CH14
Chemical Formula: CH14
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