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Chapter 3: Introduction to Organic Molecules and Functional groups

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Organic Chemistry
Pages: 91 - 127

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63 Questions for Chapter 3: Introduction to Organic Molecules and Functional groups

  1. Question: What reaction occurs when is treated with a. ? b. NaH? What happens when is treated with these same reagents?

    Found on Page 91
  2. Question: Draw the structure of a compound fitting each description:

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  3. Question: Draw structures that fit each description and name the functional group in each molecule:

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  4. Question: What type of intermolecular forces are present in each compound?

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  5. Question: Which compound in each pair has the higher boiling point?

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  6. Question: Why the boiling point of propanamide , is considerably higher than the boiling point of N,N-dimethylformamide, ( vs. ), even though both compounds are isomeric amides.

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  7. Question: Predict which compound in each pair has the higher melting point.

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  8. Question: Consider acetic acid () and its conjugate base, sodium acetate)(). (a) What intermolecular forces are present in each compound? (b) Explain why the melting point of sodium acetate ( ) is considerably higher than the melting point of acetic acid ().

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  9. Question: Which compounds are water soluble?

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  10. Question: (a) Label the hydrophobic and hydrophilic portions of each molecule. (b) At which sites can C hydrogen bond to another molecule like itself? (c) At which sites can D hydrogen bond to water?

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