Organic Chemistry 1 - Nomenclature, Dr Rivera
Organic Chemistry 1 - Nomenclature, Dr Rivera 3600
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Organic Chemistry - Nomenclature Dr. Rivera CH 3 Alkanes - Compounds composed of only single carbons and hydrogen atoms connected by single bonds - Nonpolar, low solubility, LDS intermolecular forces C n 2n+2 Cycloalkanes - Cyclo means has a ring - Van der Waal intermolecular forces - Nonpolar, low melting and boiling points C n 2n Alkyl Halides - Add suffix –ide to the end of the halogen name CH 3 Methyl fluoride - Typically quite polar - Participate in SN1 and SN2 reactions Ethers - Name of carbon chain followed by suffix –oxy CH 3- Methoxy - Polar, dipole-dipole interactions, H-bonding, soluble Alcohols - Name of carbon chain followed by suffix –ol CH 3H Methanol - Polar from O – H bond, high melting point, low boiling point (flammable), high solubility Amines - Replace the “e” in the carbon chain name with “amine” - A primary amine has one alkyl group attached to the nitrogen - A secondary amine has 2 alkyl groups attached to the nitrogen - A tertiary amine has 3 alkyl groups attached to the nitrogen - Polar, H-bonding, high melting and boiling points