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Organic Chem Intro

cava chem 303 s2d69 7.01 Organic Chem Intro

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Organic compounds are compounds that include [...]. Organic compounds are compounds that include carbon.
Carbon has [...] valence electrons. Carbon has 4 valence electrons.
The study of carbon compounds is [-ic] chemistry. The study of carbon compounds is organic chemistry.
[-es] are organic molecules with only single bonds between carbons. Alkanes are organic molecules with only single bonds between carbons.
[-es] are organic molecules with at least one double bond, but not triple bonds between carbons. Alkenes are organic molecules with at least one double bond, but not triple bonds between carbons.
[-es] are organic molecules with at least one triple bond. Alkynes are organic molecules with at least one triple bond.
Tip to remember -anes, -enes, and -ynes: The [-er] you have to [...], the higher the degree of multiple bonding. Tip to remember -anes, -enes, and -ynes: The wider you have to open your mouth to pronounce it, the higher the degree of multiple bonding.
Carbon compounds can be [...] or chains. Carbon compounds can be rings or chains.
'[..prefix..]' means the compound is a ring. 'Cyclo-' means the compound is a ring.
'[-al]' groups are groups of atoms that behave in a predictable way, so chemists like to think of them as a unit. 'functional' groups are groups of atoms that behave in a predictable way, so chemists like to think of them as a unit.
[-s] all have a hydroxyl (an OH) group. Alcohols all have a hydroxyl (an OH) group.
Alcohols all have a [...] (an OH) group. Alcohols all have a hydroxyl (an OH) group.
Alcohols all have a hydroxyl (an [..symbols..]) group. Alcohols all have a hydroxyl (an OH) group.
Created by: mr.shapard