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Functional Groups

A deck of functional groups, featuring the groups required for O Chem at URG

QuestionAnswer
Carbon chain with all single bonds Alkane
Carbon chain with one or more double bond Alkene
Carbon chain with one or more triple bond Alkyne
Carbon ring, with alternating double bonds aromatic ring, or phenel group
R-O-H Carbon chain with a OH group Alcohol
R-O-R Two, same or different, carbon chains sepearated by an O Ether
RNH, R2NH, R3N One or more
O RCR' Carbon chains attached to a carboxyl group Keytone
O RCOH Carbon chain attached to a Carboxyl group that is single bonded to an OH group Carboxcylic Acid
O RCOR' Two carbon chains linked to a carboxyl group attached to an O Ester
O RCNH2 Carbon chain attached to a carboxyl group, single boned to a NH2. Both Hs can be replaced with other carbon chains Amide
Carbon chain ending in a triple bond to a N Nitrile
Created by: hanzaki on 2011-09-15



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