O-chem glossary (2)
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- Where an alkane loses hydrogen atoms and the product is an unsaturated hydrocarbon.
- CH3CH3 - > CH2=CH2 + H2
- hydrocarbons with double CC bonds
- Formula: CnH2n
Hydrocarbons with triple CC bonds
When new atoms form bonds with carbon atoms formerly part of double or triple bonds. In alkenes this creates saturated hydrocarbons.
When H2 is used as a reactant
What structure does benzene have? What is the degree of its C-C angles?
Planar; 120 degrees
When a benzene ring is used as a substituent
two adjacent substituents on a benzene ring
two substituents directly across the ring from each other
two substituents with one carbon between them
A benzene with two methyl substituents
A benzene with a chlorine substituent
Benzene with a methyl substituent
Benzene with a bromine substituent
Benzine with a OH substituent
Benzene with a NO2 substituent
Benzene with a CH=CH2 substituent
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