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Exam 1 study guide

by: Shannon McCarter

Exam 1 study guide CHEM 1020

Shannon McCarter
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Introduction to Chemistry II
Dr. Melton

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Introduction to Chemistry II
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This 11 page Study Guide was uploaded by Shannon McCarter on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to CHEM 1020 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Dr. Melton in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 88 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Chemistry II in Chemistry at Middle Tennessee State University.


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Date Created: 09/17/15
Exam 1 Study Guide Ch 11 and 12 These are some of the homework problems that I found particularly helpful and a few I made up All the answers are in the book but I threw in an answer page just in case 1 What is the unique structural feature shared by all organic compounds 2 Write a condensed structural formula for each of the following 3 Which are structural isomers and which are just the same compound 4 Name 5 Draw a 3ethylpentane b 22 dimethylbutane c 4 ethyl 33 dimethyl 5 propyldecane d 5 secbutyldecane 6 Draw all isomers for C5H12 and name them 7 The following are incorrect Draw them and rename them correctly a 12 dimethylpropane b 34 dimethylpentane c 2 ethyl 4 methylpentane d 2 bromo 3 ethylbutane 8 Name 9 Draw a Isopropylcyclopentane b 11 dimethylcyclobutane c 1 isobutyl 3 isopropylcyclohexane 10 Name using cis and trans 11 Write a balanced combustion equation for each of the following a Butane b 22dimethylpropane c Methylcyclopropane 12 What is the difference between alkane alkene alkyne and aromatic hydrocarbons 13 Name 14 Draw a 4 methyl 2 hexene b 44 dimethyl 1 pentyne c 1 ethyl 3 methylcyclopentene d 16 dimethylcyclohexene 15 What is the difference between geometric and structural isomers of alkenes 16 What are the physical properties of hydrocarbons 17 What is Markovnikov s rule 18 Complete the following reactions and name ac Only show Markovnikov s product 19 What is the geometry of alkynes 20 What is the common name for the simplest alkyne and what is it used for 21 What is the difference between aromatic and aliphatic compounds 22 Name 23 Name using the prefixes ortho meta and para Answers 1 All contain Carbon 3 a same b isomer c same d isomer 4 a 3ethylhexane b 3ethyI4methylhexane c 4tbutyI5isopropane d 4isopropyI4propylheptane 8 a cyclopentane b 12dimethylcyclobutane c 11dimethlycyclohexane d 123 trimethylcyclobutane 10 a trans1ethyI2methylcyclopropane b cisl bromoZchIorocyclopentane c trans1 methyIZpropylcyclobutane d trans13dimethylcyclohexane 11 12 Alkane all single bonds alkene onemore double bonds alkyne onemore triple bonds aromatic 6 carbon ring 13 a 2butene b 3ethyl2pentene c 44dimethyl2hexene d 4methylcyclopentene e 6bromo2methyl3heptene f 1ethyl23dimethylcyclopropene 14 15 Geometric have the same formation of linked atoms but a different 3D arrangement while structural have a different formation of linked atoms 16 Nonpolar low density low BP and MP 17 In the addition of HX to an alkene the Hydrogen becomes attached to the carbon atom that is already bonded to more hydrogens 18 19 Linear with the atoms attached at 180 degree angles 20 Acetylene welding 21 Aromatics contain a 6carbon ring while aliphatic do not 22 a 2phenylbutene b3phenylcyclopentene 23 a mbromophenol b pethylaniline Don t forget to study the alkyl groups to know and love Happy studying and good luck on the test


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