Organic Reactions. Mr. Montjoy , guest lecturer. 3 Basic Kinds of Organic Reactions. Addition Reactions Hydrogenation Saturating an unsaturated carbon chain Alkene/ yne to alkane/ ene Hydration Alkene to alcohol Halogenation/ Hydrohalogenation Alkane to haloalkane
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Mr. Montjoy, guest lecturer
Substitution Reactions (like single or double replacement reactions where one atom/ion/functional group is replaced by another
The basic process of organic reactions occurs through attraction of positively and negatively charged parts of molecules
Organic chemistry has special names for positively and negatively charged
Parts of a molecule
nylon (a poly-