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problem group 1

A positive ion cation
a bond that consists of a pair of electrons shared between two atoms covalent
the OH ion chemical
the reaction of an acid and a base to form a salt and water neutralization
a reaction that has heat as one of its products exothermic
the minimum energy required for a reaction to occur activation
the type of covalent bond that forms when there is unequal sharing of the pair of electrons polar
a substance that influences the rate of a chemical reaction catalyst
the attractive force that an atom of an element has for shared electrons in a molecule electronegativity
the process by which the ions of a salt separate as the salt dissolves dissociation
a substance that acts as both an acid and a base amphoteric
substances whose aqueous solutions are conductors of electricity electrolytes
a principle that predicts how a system at equilibrium handles stress lechatelier
a negative ion anion
a bond that is the attraction between oppositely charged ions ionic
a charged atom ion
the mathematical process used to determine pH logarithm
the energy necessary to remove an electron from an element ionization
a hydrogen ion combines with water to form a hydrated hydrogen ion hydronium
the type of covalent bond that forms when there is equal sharing of the pair of electrons nonpolar
a hydrocarbon that is not aromatic aliphatic
an organic group derived from an alkane by the removal of a hydrogen atom alkyl
hydrocarbons with at least one triple bond between the carbon atoms alkyne
isomers that display cis-trans configuration geometric
the structure c=o carbonyl
the -SH containing compound, also known as mercaptan thiol
the substitution of a halogen group for a hydrogen atom in an organic compound halogenation
an organic compound in which the molecule possess one or multiple carbon-carbon bonds unsaturated
the intermolecular force acting between molecules that contain hydrogen hydrogen
hydrocarbons with only single covalent bonds between the carbon atoms alkane
organic compounds composed entirely of carbon and hydrogen hydrocarbons
an -OH group bonded to a benzene phenol
hydrocarbons with at least one double bond between carbon atoms alkene
the conversion of an alkene to an alkane by the addition of hydrogen hydrogenation
the members of each class of compounds contain a characteristic atom of group of atoms functional
hydrocarbons based on the benzene ring aromatic
an organic compound consisting of an -OH gorup bonded to an aliphatic carbon alcohol
an organic compound containing only single bonds saturated
two or more compounds having the same molecular formula but different structural arrangement of their atoms isomers
an organic compound having two hydrocarbon groups attached to an oxygen atom ether
an organinc compound that contains the -CHO group aldehyde
neutral molecular substance formed by the reaction of a carboxylic acid and an amine amide
the aldehyde group is oxidized to an acid by cu2 ions benedict
a ring compound in which the atoms in the ring are not all alike heterocyclic
the basic hydolysis of an ester used in making soap saponification
the ability of silver ions to oxidize aldehydes tollens
aldehydes are oxidized to _______ acids carboxylic
a salt of a long-carbon-chain carboxylic acid soap
glucose is a cyclic ________ hemiacetal
the process of the formation of an ester esterification
a basic compound derived from plants that shows physiological activity alkaloid
an organic compound derived from a carboxylic acid and an alcohol ester
the name of the -NH2 substituent group amino
compounds derived from the addition of alcohol to an aldehyde acetals
aldehydes and ketones are easily reduced to _______ alcohols
an organic compound that contains a carbonyl group between two other carbon groups ketone
a substituted ammonia molecule with basic properties amine
compounds derived from the addition of alcohol to a ketone ketals
the -NH4 cation ammonium
the functional groups of carboxylic acids -COOH carboxyl
Created by: Katiejean