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why do alkenes exhibit cis/trans isomerism
double bonds make structure rigid. prevents hydrogens from moving.
the condensed formula of a compound conveys the same information as the structural formula, but in a more concise form.
all polyhalogenated compounds are environmentally safe as they break down rapidly to harmless products.
general type of reaction occurring between potassium permanganate (or potassium dichromate) and an alcohol
important bond formed between two sulfhydryl (-SH) groups, plays a key role in the shapes of many proteins
when an alcohol is heated with concentrated sulfuric acid (h2so4), what reaction type will occur
two common laboratory tests used to distinguish between aldehydes and ketones
tollens test and benedict test
type of compound is produced in the reaction of a ketone molecule with two alcohol molecules in the presence of a trace of acid
compound produced by the reaction of an aldehyde with an alcohol in the presence of a trace of acid
what pairs of reactant molecules can react tin the presence of a trace of acid to form a hemiacetal molecule
an aldehyde and alcohol
what reactant molecules can react in the presence of a trace of acid to give a ketal molecule
one ketone and two alcohol
what paris of molecules can together undergo the aldol condensation reaction
two aldehydes or two ketones
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