Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry, 5E, Study Guide and by T. W. Graham Solomons

By T. W. Graham Solomons

A pragmatic method of the learn of mechanisms. The booklet addresses genuine sensible staff chemistry with an emphasis at the organic, environmental, and scientific purposes of natural chemistry.

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Ethyne (acetylene): 1) Ethyne was synthesized in 1862 by Friedrich Wöhler via the reaction of calcium carbide and water. 2) Ethyne was burned in carbide lamp (miners’ headlamp). 3) Ethyne is used in welding torches because it burns at a high temperature. 2. Naturally occurring alkynes: 1) Capilin, an antifungal agent. 2) Dactylyne, a marine natural product that is an inhibitor of pentobarbital metabolism. ~3~ Br Cl O O Br Capilin Dactylyne 3. Synthetic alkynes: 1) Ethinyl estradiol, its estrogenlike properties have found use in oral contraceptives.

Phenyl group: or or or C6H5– φ– or Ph– or Ar– (if ring substituents are present) 2. 6A HALOALKANE 1. Primary (1°), secondary (2°), or tertiary (3°) alkyl halides: 1o Carbon H H H C C H H Cl o A 1 alkyl chloride H H 2o Carbon H H C C H Cl H o C H A 2 alkyl chloride 3o Carbon CH3 H3C ALCOHOLS 1. Hydroxyl group ~9~ Cl CH3 o A 3 alkyl chloride 2. 7 C C O H This is the functional group of an alcohol 2. Alcohols can be viewed in two ways structurally: (1) as hydroxyl derivatives of alkanes and (2) as alkyl derivatives of water.

2) Ethyne was burned in carbide lamp (miners’ headlamp). 3) Ethyne is used in welding torches because it burns at a high temperature. 2. Naturally occurring alkynes: 1) Capilin, an antifungal agent. 2) Dactylyne, a marine natural product that is an inhibitor of pentobarbital metabolism. ~3~ Br Cl O O Br Capilin Dactylyne 3. Synthetic alkynes: 1) Ethinyl estradiol, its estrogenlike properties have found use in oral contraceptives. 2D BENZENE: A REPRESENTATIVE AROMATIC HYDROCARBON 1. Benzene can be written as a six-membered ring with alternating single and double bonds (Kekulé structure).

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