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Topic :Intro to Organic Chemistry – hydrocarbons and isomers

Topic :Intro to Organic Chemistry – hydrocarbons and isomers

Topic :Intro to Organic Chemistry – hydrocarbons and isomers. Do Now: read p.2 – amazing carbon. Organic chemistry = carbon compounds (except oxides, carbides C + element that is less electronegative), & carbonates). Bonding Capacity. H can form only 1 bond

By albert
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Chemistry Chapter 8

Chemistry Chapter 8

Chemistry Chapter 8. covalent bond a bond formed by the sharing of electrons between atoms . molecule a neutral group of atoms joined together by covalent bonds . diatomic molecule a molecule consisting of two atoms . molecular compound a compound that is composed of molecules .

By ismet
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Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry. Organic Chemistry: Study of the compounds of Carbon 7 million examples Inorganic Chemistry: Study of molecules without Carbon ( 1.5 million examples). Hydrocarbons. Organic molecules consisting only of carbon and hydrogen with covalent bonds.

By ova
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Organic and Biological Molecules

Organic and Biological Molecules

Organic and Biological Molecules. Chapter 22. Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. The study of carbon-containing compounds and their properties. The vast majority of organic compounds contain chains or rings of carbon atoms. The study of the chemistry of living matter.

By fauve
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Zumdahl’s Chapter 3

Zumdahl’s Chapter 3

Zumdahl’s Chapter 3. Stoichiometry. Aston’s Atomic Mass The Mole Molar Mass % Composition Molecular Formulae Chemical Equations. Balancing Chemical Equations Stoichiometric Calculations Limiting Reactant Calculations. Chapter Contents. Aston’s Atomic Masses (works for molecules too!).

By tuvya
(153 views)

Water

Water

C1403 Lecture 3, Wednesday, September 14, 2005. Water. Water, water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink. Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, 1798. If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water....

By yair
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Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry. Organic Chemistry. Chemical compounds fall into one of two categories: Organic compounds Inorganic compounds Organic compounds can be found naturally or they can be synthesized, but they all contain C and a few other elements.

By petronella
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Chemical Properties of Atoms

Chemical Properties of Atoms

Chemical Properties of Atoms. Electrons determine how an atom behaves when it encounters other atoms. First electron shell can hold 2 electrons. Outer electron shell can hold 8 electrons. Electron. Hydrogen H Atomic number = 1. Carbon C Atomic number = 6. Nitrogen N

By errol
(188 views)

Types of formulas

Types of formulas

Types of formulas. Molecular formula = PH 3 .. Lewis structure = . P . .. Structural formula = H - P – H I H. Hints for finding structural formulas.

By lesa
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Chapter 3Topics

Chapter 3Topics

Chapter 3Topics. Molecular Formulas Ionic Compounds Ions and charges Naming ionic compounds Molecular Compounds The Mole Mole to mass; mass to mole Describing Compound Formulas Mass percent – percent composition Empirical and Molecular Formulas. Molecular Formulas.

By urvi
(593 views)

Covalent Bonding

Covalent Bonding

Covalent Bonding. Chapter 9. The Covalent bond. Remember that atoms bond to gain stability, usually meaning an octet of electrons. Sometimes atoms who need to gain electrons will reach their octet by sharing electrons. The bond formed by sharing electrons is called a covalent bond .

By hovan
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Unit 12: Organic Chemistry

Unit 12: Organic Chemistry

Unit 12: Organic Chemistry. Chapter 22-24 Pre-AP Chemistry 1 Edmond North High School. Organic Chemistry. Organic chemistry is the chemistry of compounds containing carbon. Carbon has the ability to form long chains.

By muniya
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Homologous series (reminder) Cis -trans Isomer (reminder)

Homologous series (reminder) Cis -trans Isomer (reminder)

Homologous series (reminder) Cis -trans Isomer (reminder). Warm-up. What is a possible struc form for a molecule with… Ketone C 4 H 8 O Aldehyde C 6 H 12 O Carboxylic acid C 5 H 10 O 2 Halide C 2 H 5 Cl. Warm-up II. What is more soluble in water, propanone , or 2 – propanol ? Why?

By horace
(164 views)

Bonding

Bonding

Bonding. Chapter 7. Names of Elements (don’t write). The most common source for element names is a property of the elements. EX: nitrogen: Greek for nitron (niter) and genes (to be born). Niter was the name for any naturally occurring substance that contained nitrogen.

By coby
(150 views)

Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding. Carbon Atom- Carbon can bond with itself and other elements in many ways. Three types of chains- Straight chain 2. Branched chain 3. Ring . Forms Of Pure Carbon.

By soren
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5/6/2013 Standards : 10 (Organic Chem) O bjectives : ●  Memorize Alkanes with 1-10 carbons.

5/6/2013 Standards : 10 (Organic Chem) O bjectives : ●  Memorize Alkanes with 1-10 carbons.

5/6/2013 Standards : 10 (Organic Chem) O bjectives : ●  Memorize Alkanes with 1-10 carbons. ●  Students will be able to recognize types of organic formulas. D O NOW : 1. Pick up your papers on side and back counters.

By idana
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Topic 10 Organic chemistry

Topic 10 Organic chemistry

Topic 10 Organic chemistry. Inorganic chemistry? Chemistry of life (now biochemistry)  Carbon chemistry Introduction Alkanes Alkenes Alkohols Halogenalkanes Reaction pathways. 10.1 Carbon molecules. Carbon has 4 valence electron’s (1s 2 2s 2 2p 2 )

By traci
(628 views)

Hydrocarbon Derivatives: Aldehydes and Ketones

Hydrocarbon Derivatives: Aldehydes and Ketones

SCH4U Spring 2012. Hydrocarbon Derivatives: Aldehydes and Ketones. Aldehydes (suffix: -al). Contain a formyl group (-CHO) Contains a carbonyl group (-C=O) Always found at the end of a hydrocarbon chain. Naming Aldehydes . Identify the root

By julie
(135 views)

Smells, Tastes & Functional Groups!

Smells, Tastes & Functional Groups!

Smells, Tastes & Functional Groups!. 1. Functional Groups: are structural features that show up repeatedly in molecules and seem to account for some of their chemical properties (ex: smell). What are the main functional groups?. KETONE (carbon double-bonded to an oxygen).

By jaimin
(202 views)

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry. Topics 10 & 20 Chapter 22. PART 1: Naming Organic Compounds. Formulas for organic compounds:. empirical molecular structural. Empirical Formulas. Empirical formula: simplest whole number ratio of the atoms it contains.

By elia
(193 views)

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