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Organic Chemistry

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Alcohol
Ketone
Carboxylic Acid
Ester
Aldehyde
Amine
Alkyl halide
pentane
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methane
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butane
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propane
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ethane
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hexane
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heptane
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octane
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nonane
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decane
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ethene
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propene
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butene
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pentene
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hexene
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heptene
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octene
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decene
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ethyne
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propyne
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butyne
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pentyne
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hexyne
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heptyne
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octyne
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nonyne
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decyne
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The number of valence electrons Carbon has (number of bonds it could make.
triple bond
The strongest and shortest covalent bond
single bond
The weakest and longest covalent bond
CH4
molecular formula for methane
C2H6
molecular formula for ethane
C3H8
molecular formula for propane
C4H10
molecular formula for butane
C5H12
molecular formula for pentane
C6H14
Molecular formula for hexane
C2H4
Molecular formula for ethene
C3H6
Molecular formula for propene
C4H8
Molecular formula for butene
C5H10
Molecular formula for pentene
C6H12
Molecular formula for hexene
C2H2
Molecular formula for ethyne
C3H4
Molecular formula for propyne
C4H6
Molecular formula for butyne
C5H8
Molecular formula for pentyne
C6H10
Molecular formula for hexyne
C7H16
Molecular formula for heptane
C7H14
Molecular formula for heptene
C7H12
Molecular formula for heptyne
C8H18
Molecular formula for octane
C8H16
Molecular formula for octene
C8H14
Molecular formula for octyne
C9H20
Molecular formula for nonane
C9H18
Molecular formula for nonene
C9H16
Molecular formula for nonyne
C10H22
Molecular formula for decane
C10H20
Molecular formula for decene
C10H18
Molecular formula for decyne
Saturated
A carbon chain that is filled up with the maximum capacity of hydrogens.
Unsaturated
A carbon chain that is not filled up with the maximum capacity of hydrogens but rather has double or triple bonds
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