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Organic Chemistry

CONCEPTS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY • Inductive Effect : Inductive effect is defined as permanent displacement of shared electron pair in a carbon chain towards more electronegative atom or group. Types of Inductive effect : 1.Negative Inductive Effect : (—I effect, Electron withdrawing effect) when an electronegative atom or group (more electro negative than hydrogen)is attached to the terminal of the carbon chain in a compound, the electrons are displaced in the direction of the attached...

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Organic Chemistry

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY COURSE TITLE: General Organic Chemistry COURSE CODE: CHM 121 , UNIT: 2.0 . INTRODUCTORY AND IMPORTANCE OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Organic chemistry is the study of the compounds of carbon. Carbon compounds are far more numerous than those of other elements because carbon are able to bond together to form a wide range of chains and rings. The subject is named organic chemistry because living organisms are composed of carbon compounds. Organic chemistry could be regarded...

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Classification Test for Organic Halides

CLASSIFICATION TESTS FOR ORGANIC HALIDES James Anand L. Regala, Sabrina Nicolle G. Sarte, Ann Michelle Siao, Michael Sibulo, Victoria Tan Group 8 2C Pharmacy Organic Chemistry Laboratory ABSTRACT This experiment is done to classify organic halides. Most organic halides are synthetic and are not flammable. One way to classify organic halides is by classifying its -carbon atom as primary, secondary or tertiary. If the -carbon is attached to one R group, it is then primary. If the -carbon...

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Comparative Investigation of Organic Compounds

COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS Abstract Organic compunds were examined to a comparative investigation to differentiate the properties of each sample. The physical state at room temperature, odor and color of the sample were noted by simple observation. In terms of solubility in H2O, 5% NaOH solution and 5% HCl solution, the samples were classified as to miscible, slightly immiscible or immiscible for liquid; and very soluble, soluble, partially soluble or insolubse for solid...

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Organic Chem 2 Quiz 2

  6. Why is the infrared absorption for the stretching motion of internal alkynes rarely observed?    A. They do not form cations. B. They are too strong. C. There must be a change in dipole. D. They don't have hydrogens.   7. Consider the three organic compounds drawn below. Which of the following statements is (are) true about the IR spectra of compounds A, B, and C?       A. Compound A shows strong absorptions at 3000 cm-1 and 1700 cm-1. B. Compound B shows strong absorptions at 3000 cm-1 and...

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Writing an Organic Chemistry Lab Report

Writing an Organic Chemistry Lab Report Components of a Laboratory Notebook The following components should be contained for each experiment, along with any additional material required by your instructor. • Title and date • Introduction (purpose, reaction) • Physical data (including calculations) • Procedure outline • Data and observations • Discussion of results (conclusions) Prelab Title and Date Give the title of the experiment and the date on which...

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CHEMISTRY OF HYDROCARBON EXPERIMENT 16 OBJECTIVE The objective of this experiment is to distinguish the difference between various types of hydrocarbons by performing simple tests and reactions involving hydrocarbons. EQUIPMENT AND CHEMICALS Pentene Toluene Heptane Potassium permanganate (1% KMnO4) Aluminum chloride (anhydrous AlCl3) Chloroform (CHCl3) Ligroin Br2 in CCl4 (5%) Stopper pH paper Small test tubes and rack Graduated cylinder (10 ml) Evaporating dish DISCUSSION ...

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Organic Chemistry

* Introduction to Organic Chemistry Understand the basis of drawing organic structures Depicting 3-D structures in 2-D Most organic compounds have a three-dimensional structure. How do we represent structures on our two-dimensional page? For example, methane is a tetrahedral molecule: Bonds in the plane of the paper: Bonds coming towards the observer: (out of the page) Bonds going away...

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Comparative Investigation of Organic Compounds Tristan Duane G. Lacson, Lara Elize T. Lamigo, Maria Mikaela L. Laysa, Christian Gerard G. Lee and Karen L. Li Group 6 2C Pharmacy Organic Chemistry Laboratory ABSTRACT In order to differentiate the organic compounds. The group tested the compounds using the information based on their instinsic physical properties, behavior in ignition,acidity and basicity and their infrared spectra. The physical properties were noted by the reaserchers by...

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Organic Chemistry Worksheet Answers

The Complete Organic Chemistry Worksheet The Complete Organic Chemistry Worksheet.doc Name 1. Name the following hydrocarbons. 3 j'\- d\ m.u\ \q'\\Lxc.$'s CHr i"' a.CH3-CH2-CH-CH-CH. I CH: 9n' tt e. CHr-CH-CH-CH-CHl I t- f, ,3, q - \c' *"jtr1\\-s.x^t'"*- CHz I CH: CHr CHr CHr f. CH3-CH2-CH-CH-CH CHr ?"' !t' I j \- A.^ r.alh-{hq"{n-"* Ll A A \-k ,e*q\t^'-tt i"' f"l -'"'-lu*",Uo..q b cur-f-is-a", "' ll cH: g. CH: I CH2 3...

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