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  1. When naming, what is the first thing you look for?
    a root name, which tells the number of carbons in the chain
  2. The n-alkanes (describe)
    normal, unbranched chains
  3. True or False: 
    It is rare to have a straight chain.
    True
  4. If you are not dealing with a ring, what can you omit?
    the cyclo
  5. Groups attached to alkanes are __. How do you name them?
    • alkyl groups 
    • drop the -ane and add -yl
  6. When classifying, what is...?
    primary Carbon
    secondary Carbon
    Tertiary Carbon
    • primary: C bearing one C
    • secondary: C bearing two C
    • Tertiary: C bearing three C
  7. What are the rules (6)?
    • 1) find the longest chain
    • 2) number the chain from the closest one with a branch
    • 3) give attached alkyls a name and number
    • 4) If more than one alkyl, name alphabetically
    • 5) Several methyl groups, use a numerical prefix
    • 6) Halogens are named by dropping -ine and adding -o
  8. If you have a branch within a branch and are told to name alphabetically, how would you go about that?
    if in parenthesis and is alphabetically before any other alkyl groups, place first
  9. When dealing with cycloalkanes and only one alkyl group is present, what can be done?
    omit the Carbon number
  10. When you have multiple groups on a cycloalkane, how would you number the carbons?
    the carbon with the most substituents is first and then go around in a way that produces the lowest numbers (lowest sum)
  11. Explain cis and trans.
    if there are only two alkyl groups present, it will be possible. Once a third substituent goes on it, cis and trans go out the window
  12. Every C in a ring has what?
    an up bond and a down bond
  13. Explain eclipsed in terms of its energy.
    high energy because the sigma bonds are eclipsing one another
  14. Explain staggered.
    lower energy
  15. What is the only ring without strain?
    one a six membered ring
  16. Which bonding of atoms in a Newman projection produces the least amount of energy?
    • the H-H bond
    • no spatial bonds
  17. Strain
    - if hydrogens aren't banging into each other, what causes strain?
    repulsion from electrons (torsional/ eclipsical [same thing])
  18. Angle strain does what.
    raise the energy
  19. The only function that is of angle strain and reacts is what?
    cyclopropane
  20. energy maxima
    doesn't get any higher than eclipsed conformation
  21. energy minina
    lowest enery: staggered
  22. When does steric occur?
    when two substituents or atoms are demanding the same space
  23. What are the types of rotation?
    • gauche (right next to each other)
    • anti (opposite; maximum separation)
    • eclipsed
    • staggered
  24. What type of conformation is the worse case? Best case?
    • syn conformation is worst
    • anti is best
  25. How can you lock the stable configuration of a molecule?
    by putting a bridging atom in
  26. steric strain usually occurs with? There will be __ from atoms and clouds themselves. 
    It will try to __ and will occupy a more __ more often.
    • large groups
    • repulsion
    • rotate
    • stable occupation
  27. Angle strain is more likely in what?
    rings
  28. Strain energy can be __.
    quantified
  29. Butane has __ and __ when __
    • steric
    • torsional strain
    • eclipsed
  30. What do cycloalkanes consist of ?
    faces and sides
  31. Which ring is the only flat ring we know of, besides benzene?
    three-membered ring
  32. Constitutional isomers
    different connections between atoms
  33. stereoisomers
    same connections but different three-dimensional geometry

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