How could the following compounds be prepared, using an alkene as one of the starting materials? a. OCH3 b. CH3 CH3 CH3OCCH3 c. OH d. CH3CHCH2CH3 OH
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Week 1 Notes Bonding ● 2 types of compounds ○ Ionic: metal and nonmetal ○ Covalent: nonmetal and nonmetal i. Polar ii. Nonpolar: evenly divided between two atoms Chemical Reactions ● Chemical reaction: energy in the form of heat ● Distinguishing chemical reactions: ○ Change that occurs in the composition of the substance involved...
Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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