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Organic Chemistry . Organic Compounds: Drugs and Accelerants. Drugs such as methamphetamine are taken to increase alertness or energy. Causes psychological and physical stimulation similar to adrenalin since they are chemically similar.

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organic compounds drugs and accelerants
Organic Compounds: Drugs and Accelerants
  • Drugs such as methamphetamine are taken to increase alertness or energy.
  • Causes psychological and physical stimulation similar to adrenalin since they are chemically similar.
  • All hydrocarbons such as gasoline can undergo combustion with oxygen and release energy
  • 2 C8H18 + 25 O2 -> 16 CO2 + 18 H2O
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What is an Organic Compound?

(The symbol R represents a generic hydrocarbon)

alkanes
Alkanes
  • Contain C and H only
  • Contains C-C single bonds in chains or rings
  • Has 4 single bonds to every carbon (C) atom
  • Name: chain length + -ane
formulas of alkanes
Formulas of Alkanes
  • A single bond between two carbon atoms possesses free rotation which allows these molecules to have different conformations, or different orientations but this does not change its properties.
  • I, II, III, IV and V represent the same molecule, butane, shown in different orientations.
  • I-V are structural formulas, VI is an expanded structural formula and VII is a condensed formula of butane.
skeleton and line formulas
Skeleton and Line Formulas
  • Two additional types of structural representations are also sometimes used: skeleton and line structural formulas.
  • In a skeleton formula only the carbon atoms are shown.
  • In a line formula, a carbon atom is assumed to be present at every intersection and at the ends of zig-zag lines.
learning check
Learning Check

A. What is the skeleton formula for:

  • What is its line formula?

C. What is its structural formula?

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Branched Chain Isomers

  • Isomers have the same molecular formula but different structures.
  • Example: pentane, C5H12, has 3 isomers each with a continuous chain of different lengths.

(a) pentane (b) 2-methylbutane (c) 2,2-dimethylpropane

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Cycloalkanes

  • Three or more C-C single bonds connected in a ring
  • Name: Cyclo + alkane chain
  • The 3D structure of C5 and higher cycloalkanes are NOT flat even if they are drawn that way
alkenes and alkynes
Alkenes and Alkynes
  • Contains C=C double or triple bonds (called π-bonds)
  • Have 2 or 3 bonds between carbons
  • Name: chain length + -ene or –yne
  • Alkenes can be embedded in rings and chains

Cyclohexene and 2-pentene

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Aromatic Compounds

  • Flat rings of six carbon atoms; C6H6 = benzene
  • C-C bonds are equal in length, NOT “localized” alternating double and single bonds
  • π-electrons are “delocalized” above & below the ring
  • C6H5- branch is called “phenyl”:
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Alcohols

  • General Formula, R-OH; Name, chain length + -ol
  • The position of the -OH is indicated by its location on the carbon chain
  • The “hydroxyl” group is chemically similar to water and has “hydrogen bonding”, so small chain alcohols dissolve.
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Properties of Alcohols

Why is ethane insoluble in water and ethanol is not?

Why is the solubility of pentanol lower than ethanol?

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Ethers

  • General Formula, R-O-R
  • Name: short chain + -oxy + long chain + -ane
  • Ethers are polar with C-O bond but have no –OH group so they are less soluble than alcohols
  • An ether can be attached to, or embedded, in a ring
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Learning Check

Identify all the functional groups in the molecule of THC.

B. Will this molecule be soluble in water?

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Aldehydes & Ketones

  • Aldehyde: a C=O bond with the C also bonded to H
  • Name: chain length + -al
  • Ketone: a C=O bond with two R groups attached
  • Name: chain length + -one with the position of the carbonyl group identified by a number
  • C=O but no –OH makes them less soluble
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Learning Check

Identify all functional groups in each of the following:

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Carboxylic Acids

  • General Formula: contains a C=O bond, a C-O bond and an -OH bond
  • Name: chain length + -oic acid
  • They are more soluble than alcohols and taste sour
  • They are weak acids that partially ionize:
    • CH3CO2H + H2O <---> CH3CO2-1 + H3O+
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Esters

  • General Formula, RC(=O)OR; contains a C=O bond and a C-O bond and an -O-R bond
  • Name: chain bonded to C-O + chain with C=O + onate
  • Prepared by reacting a carboxylic acid and an alcohol
    • CH3CO2H + CH3OH ---> CH3CO2CH3 + H2O
  • They are less soluble than acids.
  • They smell fruity.
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Esters

Fats are esters made from glycerol and long chain carboxylic acids that are insoluble in water.

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Amines

  • General Formula: R-NH2, R2NH or R3N
  • Name: each carbon chain is named in alphabetical order + amine is added at the end
  • They are less soluble in water than alcohols & acids.
  • They are weak bases that partially ionize:
    • CH3NH2 + H2O <---> CH3NH3+1 + OH-
  • Found in most drugs, they taste bitter.
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Learning Check

Identify all the functional groups in the molecule of cocaine:

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Amino Acids and Amides

  • Amino acids have both an amine and carboxylic acid
  • Amides come from the condensation of a carboxylic acid and an amine
  • Amides contain a C=O group connected to an NH
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Proteins

  • Amino acids held together by amide bonds are the building blocks of proteins