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What are the generic structures of aldehydes and ketones? Write the structure of a

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Problem 25Q

Problem 25Q

What are the generic structures of aldehydes and ketones? Write the structure of a specific aldehyde and a specific ketone.

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Aldehydes and ketones are organic compounds containing a carbonyl functional group, which is a carbon- oxygen double bond(C=O).  

Aldehydes have hydrogen atom attached to the carbonyl group with either another hydrogen atom or another group which might be an alkyl group(R-group). The generic structures of Aldehydes is :

                

The structure of a specific aldehyde :

        Consider, Ethanal(C2H4O), also called as acetaldehyde. It has structure as follows :

Ketones have 2 hydrocarbon atoms attached to the carbonyl group with either alkyl groups or hydrogen atoms. They have R-group attached on both sides of the carbonyl group.

The generic structure of ketones is :

                

The structure of a specific ketone:

        Consider, acetone(C3H6O), also called as propanone. It has structure as follows :

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
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Author: Nivaldo J Tro
ISBN: 9780321910295

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