5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Cis-Trans Isomers
- Types of Formulas
- Reduction (RIG)
- a Structural, Condensed and Molecular Formulas
- b Ring strutures that contain two less hydrogen atoms than their corresponding alkanes (containing only carbon to carbon single bonds).
- c Geometric isomers that only differ from each other in the 3-dimensional arrangement of the substituents in space.
- d The loss of oxygen, the gain of hydrogen or an electron.
- e A reaction involving the addition of Hydrogen.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Contains only one -OH group. (OH = Hydroxyl)
- Unsaturated hydrocarbons containing at least one carbon to carbon double bond.
- Carbons are those carbons that are covalently bonded to three other carbons.
- Contain carbon to carbon double or triple bonds
- Contain carbon to carbon single bonds.
5 True/False Questions
Carbon → Atomic Number: 6
Number of Protons - 6
Number of Electrons - 6
Atomic Weight - 12.0
Halogenation → The Substitution of Hydrogen with one or more Halogens (Group VllA elements)
Benezene Ring → Inter-atomic relationship created by the sharing of at least one pair of electrons.
Aromatics → Cyclic organic compounds characterized by the presence of at least one 6 carbon benzene ring.
Primary Alcohols → 1° alcohols are those in which the -OH group is covalently bonded to a 1° -carbon atom; the -OH is attached to a terminal carbon.