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Other Organic Compounds(p. 29). Functional Group Atom or group of atoms that give specific properties to an organic compound. Same functional group Similar properties Classified together. Alcohols.

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    1. Other Organic Compounds(p. 29) • Functional Group • Atom or group of atoms that give specific properties to an organic compound. • Same functional group • Similar properties • Classified together

    2. Alcohols • Organic compound that contains one or more hydroxyl group (-OH); the oxygen is bonded to a hydrogen and a carbon. • General formula: R-OH

    3. Naming Alcohols: • If no number is present in front of the parent name, presume the –OH is on carbon number 1. • If 1 –OH group • Drop the “e” on the parent name and add “ol”. Example: C-C-C-C-OH 1-butanol

    4. Example C-C-C-C-C-C-C OH  3-heptanol

    5. Name: C C-C-C-C-C OH 2-methyl-2-pentanol

    6. Naming alcohols continued • If two or more –OH groups • 2= -diol • 3=-triol • 4= tetraol • Keep the –ane, add the appropriate ending listed above.

    7. Example: C-OH C-OH C-OH 1,2,3-propanetriol

    8. Draw:1, 2, 4, 5-pentanetetraol OH OH C-C-C-C-C OH OH

    9. Ethers • Organic compounds with 2 hydrocarbons bonded to the same oxygen • General formula: R-O-R’ • Where R and R’ can be the same size or different.

    10. Naming Ethers: • Arrange the R and R’ groups on alphabetical order. • Use –yl endings like branches; if R and R’ are the same, use “di”. • End the name with the word ether.

    11. Name: C-C-O-C-C-C-C Butyl ethyl ether

    12. Name: C-C-C-O-C-C-C dipropyl ether

    13. Name: C-C-C-O-C methyl propyl ether

    14. Draw: Dicyclohexylether

    15. Draw: Butyl pentyl ether C-C-C-C-O-C-C-C-C-C

    16. Draw:methyl phenyl ether C-O