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Aim: Why do organic reactions occur more slowly than inorganic reactions?

Aim: Why do organic reactions occur more slowly than inorganic reactions?

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Aim: Why do organic reactions occur more slowly than inorganic reactions?

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  1. Aim: Why do organic reactions occur more slowly than inorganic reactions? Combustion- Hydrocarbons (HC’s) will burn with sufficient amount of oxygen to produce H2O and CO2.

  2. Aim: Why do organic reactions occur more slowly than inorganic reactions? • Substitution-involves the replacement of one or more of the hydrogen atoms in a saturated hydrocarbon with another atom or group. • Addition- adding one or atoms at a double or triple bond.

  3. Aim: Why do organic reactions occur more slowly than inorganic reactions? • Esterification- reaction between an organic acid and an alcohol to produce an ester plus water. • Esters are named by using the alkyl name of the alcohol followed by the acid group modified to end in “-oate.” • Organic reactions

  4. Aim: Why do organic reactions occur more slowly than inorganic reactions? • Saponification- When an ester or fat reacts with an inorganic base to produce an alcohol. and a soap; A soap is a salt of a fatty acid.

  5. Aim: Why do organic reactions occur more slowly than inorganic reactions?

  6. Aim: Why do organic reactions occur more slowly than inorganic reactions? Polymers- organic compounds made up of chains of smaller units covalently bonded together. Examples include synthetic plastics such as nylon, rayon, and polyethylene; natural ones are proteins, starches and cellulose. Monomer- each individual unit of a polymer.

  7. Aim: Why do organic reactions occur more slowly than inorganic reactions? Polymerization- the formation of large polymer molecules. Addition polymerization- involve the joining of monomers of unsaturated compounds. Condensation polymerization- bonding of monomers by removing water from hydroxyl groups and joining monomers by an ether or ester linkage.