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  1. Toluene
    C6H5(CH3)
  2. Phenol vs Phenyl
    • Phenol =C6H5(OH)
    • Phenyl=C6H5
  3. Aniline
    C6H5(NH2)
  4. Ortho-Cresol
    C6H4(OH)(NO2)
  5. Ortho-Xlyne
    C6H4(CH2)(CH3)
  6. How do we indicate more than one Phenyl group
    di-, tri-, tetra-
  7. Most stable carbonication
    Methyl: C+H3
  8. 1 degree, 2nd most stable carbonication
    • bonded to 1 Carbon: Primary
    • +CH2CH3
  9. 2 degree carbonication,
    • Bonded to 2 carbon atoms: secondary
    • CH3-C+-CH3
  10. 3rd degree carbonication, least stable
    • bonded to 3 Carbons: tertiary
    • C+(CH3)3
  11. Ortho- means
    located on an adjacent carbon on benzene (1,2)
  12. Meta- means
    Located around 1 carbon on Benzene molecule (1,3)
  13. Para- means
    located on opposite side of benzene molecule (1,4)
  14. How are locations done if more than 2 substituted groups on benzene molecule?
    they're numbered from double bond making branch smallest number.
  15. isoropyl
    C3H7 bonded to primary carbon.
  16. Anthracene
    3 benzene straight molecules
  17. Phenanthrene
    3 benzene bent molecules
  18. Naphthalene
    2 benzene molecules
  19. How do you number cycloalkenes
    carbons around double bonds are 1,2
  20. Where do molecules HX to on a compound in addition
    Hydrogen goes to carbon with more hydrogen, and halogen (X) goes to Carbon with least hydrogen.

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