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structural and physical properties of alcohol

naming alcohols name the alkane, priority on the longest carbon chain containing the alcohol
oxidation in ochem? in gen chem = loss of electron 3 types of oxidation in ochem 1. insert O into bond 2. remove H2 3.replace H w energy atom (ie. halide, something else)
reduction in ochem? in gen chem = gain of electron in ochem, opposite of or oxidation in ochem, ie 1. removing O from bond 2.adding H2 3.replacing an energy atom w H2
reducing a primary alcohol creates an aldehyde reducing a secondary alcohol creates a ketone
reduction of carbonyls is impractical, high pressures of H2 required so
Created by: hsinha93