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Chemistry. Chapter 22 Notes #3 Alkenes and Alkynes. review. Draw the following Nonane 2,4,7 trimethyl nonane 2,3 dimethyl 5 propyl decane 4 isopropyl heptane Methylcyclopentane 1,3 diethyl cyclobutane 1,2,2,4 tetramethylhexane. Alkenes. Unsaturated Hydrocarbons

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chemistry

Chemistry

Chapter 22

Notes #3

Alkenes and Alkynes

review
review
  • Draw the following
    • Nonane
    • 2,4,7 trimethyl nonane
    • 2,3 dimethyl 5 propyl decane
    • 4 isopropyl heptane
    • Methylcyclopentane
    • 1,3 diethyl cyclobutane
    • 1,2,2,4 tetramethylhexane
alkenes
Alkenes
  • Unsaturated Hydrocarbons
  • At least one double bond in the carbon chain
  • More reactive than alkanes
  • Formula
    • CnH2n
    • To figure out number of Hydrogen\'s
  • Names end in –ene
    • Ex. Ethene
alkene examples
Alkene Examples
  • Butene
  • 3,4 dimethyl 2pentene
    • Why is it numbered that way?
  • 1,5 octadiene
  • 4 butyl cyclohexene
alkynes
Alkynes
  • Unsaturated Hydrocarbons
  • At least one triple bond in the carbon chain
  • More reactive than alkanes and alkenes
  • Formula
    • CnH2n - 2
    • To figure out number of Hydrogen\'s
  • Names end in –yne
    • Ex. Ethyne
alkyne examples
Alkyne Examples
  • Butyne
  • 4-heptyne
  • 4ethyl, 2 methyl, 1 hexyne
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