Chapter 4 Guided Reading

Why is organic chemistry so important in the study of biology? All living things are made of cells, which are built into organic compounds using carbons (DNA, RNA, Proteins, Carbs, Lipids) Why was the Urey-Miller Read more…

Organic Chemistry ACS Final

Basicity rules -strong base: unstable/reactive (ED groups) -weak base: stable (EW groups/more EN/bigger) Chair conformation -more stable equitorial (slanted) -pointing up/pointing down=cis if both up -elimination: trans and diaxial Newman projection -gauche: substituent groups adjacent Read more…

organic chemistry 9-1 gcse

what is crude oil? a non-renewable resource, which is a mixture of . a large number of compounds, mainly hydrocarbons what is a hydrocarbon? molecules made up of only hydrogen and carbon what is an Read more…

Chemistry 30: Organic Chemistry

organic compounds contain carbon; examples include lipids, proteins, and carbs structural formulas chemical formulas that show the arrangement of atoms in molecules and polyatomic ions monomers small unit that can join together with other small Read more…

C6 Chemistry: Organic Chemistry

Addition A reaction in which two (or more) molecules combine to form a single product. In general molecules with double or triple bonds (i.e. unsaturated molecules) tend to undergo addition reactions. Alkanes Saturated hydrocarbons with Read more…

Grade 10 Organic Chemistry

Covalent bond A chemical bond that involves sharing a pair of electrons between atoms in a molecule Intermolecular forces The attractive forces between molecules Fractional distillation A way to separate liquids from a mixture of Read more…

IB HL Organic Chemistry

halogeno alkane alkene + HX or X₂ (dihalogeno alkane) addition alkane alkene + H₂ addition/hydrogenation alcohol alkene + H₂0 using H₂SO₄ catalyst addition/hydration aldehyde primary alcohol oxidation: heat and distill using acidified solution of potassium Read more…

Organic Chemistry Chapters 1-3

Neutral If the number of electrons owned is equal to the number of valence electrons the atom is? Negatively Charged If the number of electrons owned is greater than the number of valence electrons the Read more…

Biology Lab Quiz Organic Chemistry

lipids Triglycerides, steroids, and cholesterol are all types of… carbon Organic compounds all contain rings or chains of.. iodine What test reagent turned dark purple or black in the presence of starch Benedict’s Reagent What Read more…

Organic Chemistry (Podcast 22.1&22.2)

organic chemistry the study of carbon-containing compounds and their properties hydrocarbons compounds composed of carbon&hydrogen saturated carbon-carbon bonds are all single-alkanes NOC (number of carbons)-meth 1 NOC-eth 2 NOC-prop 3 NOC-but 4 NOC-pent 5 NOC-hex Read more…

chem 101: organic chemistry

organic chemistry branch of chemistry that deals with carbon saturated hydrocarbon contains only carbon to carbon single bonds unsaturated hydrocarbon contains carbon to carbon double and triple bonds. structural formulas shows actual bonding of atoms Read more…

Organic Chemistry for Dummies

What is organic chemistry? carbon chemistry hydrocarbons contain _____ and ______ carbon and hydrogen What are the 3 major types of carbon chains? Alkanes Alkenes Alkynes Saturated hydrocarbon has maximum number of hydrogen atoms possible Read more…

IB Organic Chemistry HL and SL

Covalent When 2 atoms “share” electrons Empirical Formula The lowest whole # ratio of atoms in a compound Molecular Formula The actual number of atoms in a compound Homologous Series The series of hydrocarbons that Read more…

Organic Chemistry A&P

atom basic unit of matter proton positively charged subatomic particle electron negatively charged subatomic particle; gives an element its chemical properties neutron subatomic particle that has the same mass as a proton but no electric Read more…

Chapter 10 introduction to organic chemistry

aliphatic hydrocarbon alkanes, cycloalkanes, alkenes, and alkynes alkane … alkyl group are alkanes with one fewer hydrogen atom alkyl halide products of substitution reaction, very useful reactants for the synthesis of other organic compounds aromatic Read more…