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Q.7.

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Organic Chemistry
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Short Answer

Question: Draw the structure of a compound of molecular formula that fits each description: a. a compound that contains a amine and a alcohol; b. a compound that contains a amine and a alcohol.

Answer

a.

b.

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Step by Step Solution

Step 1: Amine and alcohol

Amines contain nitrogen with replaceable hydrogen. The functional group in amine is . The alkyl groups replace the same number of hydrogen atoms in amine.

The functional group in alcohol is the hydroxyl (-OH) group.

Step 2:Classification of amines in a compound

The classification of amines is as follows:

  • If the nitrogen is attached with one carbon is known as amine.
  • If the nitrogen is attached to two carbon atoms is known as amine.
  • If the nitrogen is attached with three carbon atoms, then the compound is known as amine.

Step 3: Classification of Alcohols 

The classification of alcohol is as follows:

  • The alcohol is attached to carbon.
  • The alcohol is attached to carbon.
  • The alcohol is attached to carbon.

Step 4: Explanation

a. The molecular structure of containing amine and alcohol is represented as:

Molecular structure of

b. The molecular structure of containing amine and alcohol is represented as:

Molecular structure of

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