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WGU Functional Group

WGU (tg) Functional Groups

QuestionAnswer
Hydroxyl -OH group End in "-ol" Alcohols
Carbonyl C=O group Aldehydes and Ketones
Aldehyde Carbonyl Group C=O at the end Ends in "-al"
Ketone Carbonyl Group C=O not at the end Ends in "-one"
Primary Alcohol -OH group on first carbon
Secondary Alcohol -OH group in middle of carbon chain
Tertiary Alcohol -OH group bonded to a carbon that is bonded to three other carbons
How is alcohol formed Reaction of water with alkene or alkyne
Primary Alcohol oxidized Aldehyde
Aldehyde oxidized Carboxylic Acid
Primary Alcohol oxidized can be what two things Aldehye (oxidized once) Carboxylic Acid (oxidized twice)
Ether symbol R-O-R
Carboxylic Acid symbol C=O plus -OH
Ester symbol R-C=O \ O-R
Amine symbol R-N-R
Ester Scent Fruity or floral
Amine Scent Dead Fish
Two alcohols react to produce Ether and water
Carboxylic Acid oxidized Ester
Secondary Alcohol oxidized Ketone
Created by: bxrsnrotts