Unit 1: Getting Ready for Chemistry


I can use Reference Tables P & Q and IUPAC nomenclature to name simple hydrocarbons



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_____25. I can use Reference Tables P & Q and IUPAC nomenclature to name simple hydrocarbons.

Name the following hydrocarbons.

2-pentene

3-heptyne



nonane


2-hexene




_____26. I can use Reference Tables P & R and IUPAC nomenclature to name simple compounds in any of the classes of organic compounds.

Name the following organic compounds.


butane butanone butanoic acid

2-butene 1-butanol 1-butanamine

2-butyne butanal butanamide

1bromobutane methylpropanoate methylpropyl ether











_____27. I can use F-SCAPES to list and describe the 7 types of organic reactions.


F stands for____fermentation______________. This type of organic
reaction results from a reaction of __a sugar_______ to form
____carbon dioxide______________ and ______ethanol____________. It typically requires a catalyst, in the form of an enzyme to occur.
S stands for ____substitution________________. This type of organic
reaction happens when ___saturated____________ hydrocarbons
replace one of the ___hydrogens________ for some other element (often a halide).
C stands for ______combustion___________. In this type of organic
reaction a _______hydrocarbon______________ reacts with
___oxygen_________ to form ___carbon dioxide_________ and
_______water_________. It is an exothermic reaction.
A stands for _______addition____________. In this type of organic reaction
an _______unsaturated hydrocarbon___________________ becomes a
________saturated_____________________ when the double bond breaks and two atoms of another element (often a halide) are added.


_____27. I can use F-SCAPES to list and describe the 7 types of organic reactions. (continued)


P stands for _____polymerization___________. In this type of organic
reaction many ___monomers________ are linked together to form a
_______polymer__________. A generalized form of this reaction looks like this…..

E stands for ___esterification________________. In this type of organic
reaction an __alcohol_____ reacts with a
__organic acid______________ to form an ____ester______ and
_____water____________. The products of this reaction are typically fragrant.
S stands for _______saponification_______________. In this type of organic

reaction a __fat____ reacts with a __base___________ to form


_____soap__________. You can really “clean up” if you remember this organic reaction.

_____28. Given an equation, I can identify the type of organic reaction that is occurring.



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