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Ch. 11: Carbon A Multifarious Element

Ch. 11: Carbon A Multifarious Element

Ch. 11: Carbon A Multifarious Element. Why Carbon?. Versatility Single, double, triple bonds Structural diversity. Short-hand for expressing carbon-based compounds. C 4 H 10 : butane Structural formula Condensed structural formula Carbon skeleton formula C 4 H 8 C 4 H 6. Isomers.

By Antony
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Intermolecular Forces

Intermolecular Forces

Intermolecular Forces. Forces Between Molecules. Intermolecular Forces. Electrical forces between molecules causing one molecule to influence another Heats of vaporization give a measure of the strength of attractions present between molecules

By JasminFlorian
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Fat and its functional properties in food products

Fat and its functional properties in food products

DRAFT ONLY. Fat and its functional properties in food products. Extension/Foundation. Fat and its Functional Properties in Food Products. To understand the composition of fats. To know the difference between saturated and unsaturated fats. To define rancidity.

By Jimmy
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Amino Acid Structures – Look for Similarities not Differences

Amino Acid Structures – Look for Similarities not Differences

Amino Acid Structures – Look for Similarities not Differences.

By trapper
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σακχαρων Greek “ sakcharon” = sugar

σακχαρων Greek “ sakcharon” = sugar

σακχαρων Greek “ sakcharon” = sugar. Carbohydrates – polyhydroxyaldehydes or polyhydroxy-ketones of formula (CH 2 O) n , or compounds that can be hydrolyzed to them. (aka sugars or saccharides)

By tyrell
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Aromatic Nomenclature

Aromatic Nomenclature

Aromatic Nomenclature. Naming substituted benzenes. Monosubstituted Benzenes. Most monosubstituted aromatics are named using -benzene as the parent name preceded by the substituent name (as a prefix; all one word):. nitro. ethyl. fluoro. fluorobenzene. nitrobenzene.

By aldis
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REACTIONS WITH EPOXIDES

REACTIONS WITH EPOXIDES

REACTIONS WITH EPOXIDES. PRIMARY ALCOHOLS. Reaction with Oxirane. ether. H 3 O +. +. R. Notice that :. the carbon chain has added two carbons. the product is a terminal alcohol. Crude outline of a mechanism. alkoxide ion. +. Li. Workup step. usually dilute HCl. O. H. R. C.

By blenda
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Determination of Saponification Number

Determination of Saponification Number

Determination of Saponification Number. Determination of Saponification Number . On refluxing with alkali, triacylglycerols (fatty acid esters) are hydrolyzed to give glycerol and potassium salts of fatty acids (soap). Such process is known as, Saponification. .

By carmelita
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REACTIONS WITH EPOXIDES

REACTIONS WITH EPOXIDES

REACTIONS WITH EPOXIDES. PRIMARY ALCOHOLS. Reaction with Oxirane. ether. H 3 O +. +. R. Notice that :. the carbon chain has added two carbons. the product is a terminal alcohol. Crude outline of a mechanism. alkoxide ion. +. Li. Workup step. usually dilute HCl. O. H. R. C.

By royal
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LIPIDS

LIPIDS

LIPIDS. Varied in structure Contain Carbon and hydrogen, and linked by non polar covalent bonds. LIPIDS. Many are insoluble in water- lack polar group Fat provides insulation and energy storage, cushions vital organs Helps keep water fowl afloat Repels water

By doli
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Functional Groups

Functional Groups

Functional Groups. IB. Objectives. Concepts: –Functional group, alkane, alkene, alkyne, alcohol, carbonyl, aldehyde, ketone, carboxylic acid, ether, ester, amine, amide, halogenoalkane –Primary alcohol, secondary alcohol, tertiary alcohol, primary amine, secondary amine, tertiary amine,

By Thomas
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Processing of Petroleum

Processing of Petroleum

Processing of Petroleum. April 2006. Basics. Hydrocarbon Mixture Properties Physical Chemical Changes Physical chemical. Crude – Homogeneous Mixture. Crude Oil. Homogeneous Mixture of Hydrocarbons Petroleum gas 1 to 4 carbon atoms Naphtha or Ligroin 5 to 9 carbon atom

By lam
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Horse Nutrition

Horse Nutrition

Horse Nutrition . Horses are nonruminant herbivores that naturally spend 60-75% of their day grazing. Typically they ingest approximately 2% of their body weight (dry matter basis) per day while grazing. Main Nutrients . Water Energy Proteins Minerals Vitamins.

By nevaeh
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Carbon and its Compounds

Carbon and its Compounds

Carbon and its Compounds. CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON COMPOUNDS. CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON COMPOUNDS. Combustion Carbon, in all its allotropic forms, burns in oxygen to give carbon dioxide along with the release of heat and light.

By havyn
(226 views)

Alkynes

Alkynes

Alkynes. Nomenclature Physical Properties Synthesis Reactions. Alkynes. Contain at least one carbon-carbon triple bond (C ≡ C). Also called acetylenes. Properties of C ≡ C Bonds. sigma ( σ ) bond. pi ( π ) bonds. C ≡ C consists of a σ bond and two π bonds.

By teigra
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Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry. Organic Compounds. Covalently bonded compounds containing carbon, excluding carbonates and oxides Na 2 CO 3 , CO, CO 2 are inorganic Label the following compounds as organic or inorganic… H 2 O C 6 H 12 O 6 CO 2 CaCO 3 C 5 H 10. Hydrocarbons.

By simeon
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Naming Organic Compounds

Naming Organic Compounds

Naming Organic Compounds. If you don’t know how to name organic compounds, they will really knock you down on the test !. IUPAC System. International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry System used to name organic compounds . Naming Hydrocarbons:. *Table P  prefix *Table Q  suffix

By waylon
(107 views)

The Effect of Alcohol Chain Length on Psuedomonas Fluorescens Lag Phase

The Effect of Alcohol Chain Length on Psuedomonas Fluorescens Lag Phase

The Effect of Alcohol Chain Length on Psuedomonas Fluorescens Lag Phase . By: Asia Hilliard Sam McMillan. Introduction. Pseduomonas fluorescens : a gram negative, rod-shaped bacteria that is well-adapted to living in soil, water, and plant surface environments. Preliminary Experiment.

By abie
(102 views)

Experiential Marketing:

Experiential Marketing:

Experiential Marketing:. The Customer and the Carbon Chain of Phenomenon. Alexandra Richardson Marketing, Media, and Communication II. What is Experiential Marketing?. Sometimes called “engagement,” “event,” “live,” or “participation” marketing

By raina
(265 views)

Sn1 and Sn2 reaction mechanism

Sn1 and Sn2 reaction mechanism

Sn1 and Sn2 reaction mechanism. Mr. Fergason. Substitution reactions Aqueous Nucleophilic substitution Nucleophile Transition state(activated complex) Primary Halogenoalkanes Secondary Halogenoalkanes Tertiary Halogenoalkanes Hydrolysis Heterolytic fission. Vocabulary.

By duncan
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