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CHEM 1120 - Week 1

by: Faith Nandkeshwar

CHEM 1120 - Week 1 CHEM 1120

Faith Nandkeshwar
Weber State University
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Elementary Organic Bio-Chemistry
Dr. Slabaugh
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Chemistry, organic, Bio-chem




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Faith Nandkeshwar on Sunday September 4, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CHEM 1120 at Weber State University taught by Dr. Slabaugh in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see Elementary Organic Bio-Chemistry in Chemistry at Weber State University.


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Date Created: 09/04/16
ACOHOLS, PHENOLS, AND ETHERS ORGANIC BIO-CHEM HELPFUL DEFINITIONS - Hydrocarbon: compound that has carbon and hydrogen - Hydroxyl Group: OH is present - Aromatic Ring: unsaturated ring (example is benzene) INTRODUCTION Alcoho Phenol l Hydrocarbon that has Hydroxyl group attached a hydrogen atom Can be to aromatic ring replaced with a derived hydroxyl group from water Occurs naturally and produced in large amounts Two carbons bonded by a oxygen and the hydrogen is replaced with an alkyl group Ether NOMENCLATURE OF ALCOHOLS AND PHENOLS Step 1: name the longest chain, drop the “-e,” and add “-ol” in its place ACOHOLS, PHENOLS, AND ETHERS ORGANIC BIO-CHEM Step 2: number the longest chain by giving the lowest number to the hydroxyl group Step 3: use the number of the carbon atom a hydroxyl group is attached to for specifying its placement Step 4: find and name branches attached to the chain Step 5: final name includes: other groups’ name and placement, hydroxyl location, and longest chain CLASSIFICATION OF ALCOHOLS Primary Secondary Tertiary Definition OH group is OH group is OH group is attached to 1 attached to 2 attached to 3 carbon atom carbon atoms carbon atoms


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