hschemistry Mr. Melone
Hinsdale South High School chemistry
http://district86.k12.il.us
 
activities for the week of January 22nd ....

monday, the 22nd ......intro, do "chalk talk" , 1 interesting fact ...safety contract ..... do slime lab

tuesday the 23rd .....do foul water lab..... .distillation demo.

wednesday the 23rd .....LAB :Why was the Water Cloudy?

thursday the 24 th ..........  ..........movie " the truth about water"...metric conversions and "LAB EQUIPMENT LAB".......

friday the 25th .....review metric WS ..do metric WS #2 ........quiz on metric WS......see power point on water filtration ......outline A.3-A.6



the week of january 29th .........................

monday the 29th .........review metric ........review for 1A test tomorrow ........do lab from Hornets in the Chem Lab book..........."Can you measure up?"...............do an outline of A.4-A.7 in comp book for test tomorrow

tuesday the 30th........unit 1A test......mixtures lab from chem book........intro balancing equations

wednesday the 31rst........go to computer lab for tutorial on line for balancing equations ................do density lab , complete tomorrow.....assign 10 balancing WS for tomorrow

thursday the 1rst of February .................complete Density Lab and complete the Mixtures Lab ........review balancing equations........do Water Testing lab page 34 in book....

friday the 2nd ........complete labs and quiz on balancing............ do WATER TESTING LAB from bookpage 34

make up balancing equation quiz........do the following :

3. _____ Mg  +  _____ O2  -->   _____  MgO

4. _____ O2  +  _____  H2 -->   _____ H2O

5.  _____CH4  +  _____  O2  -->   _____ CO2  + ____H20

6. _____ Ca  +  _____  H2O  -->  _____  Ca(OH)2  +   _____ H2

7.  _____  CH4  +  _____  O2  -->   _____ CO2  +  H20

8.  _____  Na2O2  +   _____  H2SO4  -->   _____  Na2SO4  +   _____  H2O2


the week of February 5th.....................


monday the 5th ..........do balancing equation practice...do lab:TESTS YOU DON'T HAVE TO STUDY FOR....write lab and prelab


tuesday the 6th ........power point on the electrical nature of matter.........do lab:THE SECRET FORMULA from HICL

wednesday the 7th........do a review of naming ionic compounds................do worksheet on naming ionic compounds.........................do lab on page 161 from HICL : SOLUTION LAB

thursday the 8th.........summarize and complete labs...........do lab : ROOT BEER LAB

friday the 9th........quiz on Monday :naming ionic compounds,balancing equations and the electrical nature of water......do prelab on page 64 ......do solvents lab...
..... go to computer lab and construct a power point on Solubility.....quiz on Monday


the week of February 12th ..........

monday the 12th ........quiz on balancing equations and naming ionic compounds.......see power point on "SOLUBILITY CURVES".......do your turn page 44....complete solvents lab write up

tuesday the 13th...... do "your turn" page 46..........do graphing exercise"C.5 YOU DECIDE PAGE 50"....................for the sub, have all students do they above as new entries in their comp book. Collect them at the end of the hour ----NO EXCEPTIONS........they may work in groups and talk, but all are to be collected at the end of the hour   -------- NO EXCEPTIONS..............they will have a quiz on Wednesday over today's assignments using their comp books. Tell them good work today--- good grade tomorrow!!!!!!!!


wednesday the 14th .......... go to computer lab and do "power point on HEAVY METALS " .......... quiz on Activity on page 50 ........do pre lab for lab: ALL INDICATORS ARE GO from HICL book page 171???


thursday the 15th .......lab: ALL INDICATORS ARE GO from HICL book page 171

friday the 16th......go to computer lab and work on POWER POINT FOR HEAVY METALS ........in class, do WATER SOFTENING LAB page 69.


week of february 19th ........

monday the 19th ......President's Day .....no school

tuesday the 20th.......to computer lab to finish power point on HEAVY METALS........quiz on HEAVY METALS on Funbrain.....back to classroom to finish water softening lab

wednesday the 21rst .........to computer lab for outline of D.4 and D.5 ....BACK TO CLASS.......lab on p.97 "USING UP A METAL

thursday the 22nd ......to computer lab to finish outline of d.4 and d.5...take quiz on outline on funbrain.com---secret word is "hschemistry" --- see link  below.....go to class and review for unit test on Water for Friday

friday the 23rd ....test on WATER UNIT ......do penny lab:STRIKING IT RICH LAB, page 97


week of february 26th..........................

monday the 26th.....complete penny lab ....see metal/non metal power point ....... do METAL NON METAL LAB FROM HICL.....

tuesday the 27th ..........do lab :METAL NON METAL LAB from textbook page 109 .....go to compiuter lab 5th hour and
---- summarize the history of the periodic table from :
http://chemlab.pc.maricopa.edu/periodic/periodic.html

then after completing the above ………….do the following
Go to this site:
http://www.uky.edu/Projects/Chemcomics/
using the comics at the site above, get  5-8 facts for each element listed below

wednesday the 28th...........................
        work on periodic table activities: #1- do student schedule handout as periodic table ....#2 do B.5  You Decide  page 111 "GROUPING THE ELEMENTS".........go to computer lab and work on web assignment on elements

thursday,march 1rst ...............complete your turn page 111......... "grouping the elements"...go to computer lab and work on web assignment

friday ,march 2nd ........quiz on metals A and B......see power point on moles



the week of march 5th...................................

monday the 5th....see power point on Reaction types  ..  ........do assigned mole problems ........quiz on mole problems ....do activity of Halogens lab


tuesday the 6th .......complete activity of halogens lab ......do LAB  "THESE MOLES AREN'T BROWN AND FURRY"

wednesday the 7th ......quiz on mole -bean lab ...do lab: LET'S BAG IT!!! ...INTRO % COMP

thursday the 8th .....power point on REDOX....DO LAB : PRODUCING COPPER

friday the 9th .review for test on Monday the 12th .....do extra credit at kinks shown below on alternative fuels for cars ....write a brief summary of the 3 web sites shown and turn in om Monday for extra credit ----- place in comp book as an unnumbered entry if possible

  here is the review for the test...................
 
     Chapter 2C review sheet
2M CHEM  ….WINTER 2001

  Multiple Choice

The area of the earth that provides ore resources such as aluminum, zinc and copper is called?
What idea about resources and population is true…….
What statement best describes the amount of mineral resources in the US????
The part of the lithosphere that hold the most usable resources is………
Equations must be balanced in order to make them obey the law of conservation of……..
The co-efficient in front of a formula helps us understand……….
In balancing an equation the _____________ is changed
The number of molecules in 1 mole of a substance is…………
To find the molar mass  …………
the # of particles in moles of different substances……..
the molar mass of an element is 1 __________of that element
A mole of a compound is …………..
Trees are a renewable resource. Paper recycling is still important because…………….
Aluminum is the most abundant metal on earth. Al recycling is important because…..
What is believed to be the source of elements like Cu and Al in the earth?
Activity series of metals
In everyday language the chemistry term "mole" is most like……….
Copper ore is rock that ………..
The atomic mass of an element is found by ………….

In general a ____________reactive metal will release a ___________reactive metal from an ore.
metal activity series
A naturally occurring compound that contains a metal is called ……
Early people removed iron from iron ore by heating it in a fire with carbon and no air. This was an early form of…………………
Metals with high chemical activity are found _______in nature
A rock which contains metal that can be removed at a profit is called a(n)………
Zinc is placed in a solution of silver nitrate. A reaction takes places and silver is removed from the silver nitrate. This method of removing metals is called………….
types of reactions
The gaining of e- by an ion to become a neutral atom is called…………
Which property of ceramics makes it most difficult to use it as a replacement for steel?
Oxidation and reduction
There are two methods of heating minerals to get metal. The main difference between the 2 is…….
In our lab in which CuCO3 was used to obtain metallic copper, the method of reduction is called…….
When copper is recycled it is reusable after it has been………
A anode is an ……………
Metals are usually obtained from an ore by a process called…………..
Which fact about reduction is true?????????????
moles
%  comp
Why did early humans first use gold, silver and copper rather than other metals?
Metal reactivities
The value of a metal from ore is effected by…………


the week of march 12th.......................

monday the 12th .......test on resources C and D

tuesday the 13th .....power point on organic compounds ..do you decide page 164......do part A summary q's p.165

wednesday the 14th.......quiz on A.3  you decide ....double stuff lab .....viscosity and density lab write up

thursday the 15th .....power point on alkanes,alkenes,and alkynes .....do ws on naming compounds

friday the 16th ......do viscosity and density lab .....qiuz on naming compounds ........review for water unit component of final
  here is the review for water unit component of final:


2m chem…..winter 2001
first semester exam
Friday, March 16, 2001
The following are related to the specific items that are on the exam……prepare for them and you will do well
This review will also be on the web at:
http://www.quia.com/pages/hschemistry.html

1-6.  foul water lab………consider the following as related to the lab ……filter paper ….dissolved solids ……Oil and water separation ----why?…… filtrate….To measure out a volume of liquid use????……Sand filtration ……Charcoal
data from the foul water lab, answer the questions  #7- #9 that follow:
Steps in water
Purification
(1-4) Volumes of Water Value in ml
1 Initial sample   487
2 After oil and water separation   264
3 After sand filtration   154
4 After charcoal absorption   87

7. The percent of water that was purified is closest to???
8. The total volume of water in ml lost during the entire purification process  was ?
9.Not including spilling of the sample, what else could have accounted for the decrease in volume of the liquid?
10. Tyndall effect,
11. Juanita was doing a lab to find the density of a metal. Here's
her data:
mass of empty beaker: 45.5 grams
mass of beaker PLUS metal sample: 78.36 grams
volume of the metal sample: 25.8
the density of the metal sample is ?????

12  solute :
13. colloidal particles
14. Water Testing Lab



15. The density of ice compared to  the density of liquid water???
16. mg to grams to kg
  17. to remove odor from water
18) An atom is ??????????
19) attraction of oppositely charge particles is what kind of bond  ?
20) Density is………..
21) High surface tension allows water to………
22) Suspensions, colloids and solutions are types of…………….
23)  physical property ………
for 24 through 27 , select from the lettered list below the term that matches the description given
a) colloid b) suspension c) solution d) colloid and suspension
e) colloid and solution

28) Two or more different elements that are bonded in a definite amount are
called……….

29) like dissolves like
30) reactants and products
31)The polar ends of a water molecule are caused by
32) ions
33) Water is a polar molecule Implication ?????.
34) In testing water for ions a reference solution is used to
35) When a result in the ion test is negative (no color or precipitate) for a water sample,this means…….

Here are the choices for #36--38
a) concentration b) solute c) soluble d) solubility e) unsaturated




39-44 refer to the naming of ionic compounds ……the q's will be like the one below……
What is the correct name for HgCl2?
  a. mercury (I) chloride
   b. mercury (II) chloride
   c. mercury (II) chlorite
   d. mercury (II) chlorate
   e. mercury (II) dichloride


refer to the graph on page 42 in your book for q's 45 - 48  that follow :
46) What is the greatest amount of KCl that may be dissolved in 100g of water at 58 deg C?
47) What temperature in degrees Celsius  is needed to dissolve 55 g of KNO3 in 100 grams of water.
48) Which substance has the lowest solubility at 25 degrees C ?

49) how can  dissolved oxygen be increased ?


50) Balance an equation


the week of monday the 19th ......................

monday the 19th .......see power popint on isomers ......complete viscosity and density lab work ........do activity in book on hydricarbon isomers.......

   hand out review for exam from metals unit

final exam q's from metals unit  
  
The experiment in which pennies were put into solutions of hot zinc chloride and zinc proved…………….

" In chemical reactions matter is neither destroyed or made" is a statement of

how do you determine the total number of atoms in the entire chemical formula:
The average person creates 4 pounds of garbage per……….
Ø Changing natural resources into manufactured items usually involves………
Understand the following reaction
CH4 + 2 O2 ---> CO2 + 2 H2O + heat

How rapidly are Nonrenewable resources are produced by the earth?

What observations tell you a chemical change has happened?

What are  not a property of metals
e) they react with nonmetals

The elements in the modern periodic chart that we use are arranged by ……


Density trend in a vertical column in the periodic table……..


Iron …..what are it's physical and chemical properties

who proposed the first periodic chart?

In a metal family the most active elements are found……….

  Argon(Ar)?…………what are it's characteristics???

.properties of  gold?

Element in the same family have similar chemical properties because…..
The number of molecules in X moles of a substance is…..
To find the molar mass in a formula ………..
molar mass……….what does it mean????????
Converting grams to moles……………………


.A candle has a mass of 58.98 grams and it is partially burned. Afterwards the candle has a mass of 56.54 grams. Assume candle wax has the formula: C25H52 and answer the questions below.

The grams of wax burned is …………
How many moles of wax burned?
How many molecules of wax burned?
percent composition. ????? how do you find it??????
Redox……what is it??????


tuesday the 20th ............quiz on alkane building activity.............do activity from book :alkanes revisited ......quiz on alkanes revisited

wednesday the 21rst ........discuss review for final exam ....... do graphing activities on alkane boiling points
pages 182 and 184

thursday the 22nd.........first semester final exam

friday the 23rd......intro to functional groups of hydrocarbons .........end of 3rd quarter for school --------- end of first semester for block chem


begin 2nd semester of chem com...................................................................................................................................................................................................................


the week of April 2nd....................................

monday the 2nd ............ go to computer lab and design a power point on :ALKENES,ALKANES AND ALKYNES ...................for 2nd half of class------ do graph of "BOILING POINTS OF ALKANES" from page 182

tuesday the 3rd ...........finish power point on alkanes,alkenes and alkynes .............return to classroom and do modeling activity on alkenes

wednesday the 4th .......... qiuz on modeling activity (2 questions) .....see power point on combustion ......begin lab :MOLAR HEAT OF COMBUSTION

thursday the 5th ..........complete lab ..........see 2nd part of power point on combustion .........work problems


friday the 6th .........go to computer lab and complete power point on alkanes,alkenes and alkynes



the week of April 9th .................................

monday the 9th ....... show last part of power point on functional groups......do lab:THE BUILDERS PARTS 2 AND 3

tuesday the 10th ........review on overhead functional group naming .....and work and review sample compounds

wednesday the 11th .........review for organic quiz on Thursday

thursday the 12th........unit C,D,E test on Petroleum to end unit------ FOOD UNIT NEXT 

friday ......... no school


the week of april 16th..........

monday the 16th ......do "intro to food q's" and write a prelab for the peanut lab 

tuesday the 17th ...........quiz over "intro to food q's".........do peanut lab with 3 trials .....write lab up with q's,summary,conclusion and Sources of Error

wednesday the 18th .....go to computer lab and type up lab ....review peanut lab calcs and q's in class....quiz tomorrow

thursday the 19th .......quiz on peanut lab .......see power point on food b.2 to b.4 ( quiz tomorrow )..........take quiz on carbohydrate article for Praire Stae Exam Review......do your turn page 251

friday the 20th .........quiz on power point .......see powerr point on chromatography ...do chromatography lab.....



the week of April 23rd..................................

monday the 23rd .......intro limiting and excess reagent concept....work sample probs.........do chromatography lab from HICL  book.......assign reagent probs

tuesday the 24th ......discuss at length reagent probs ......quiz on reagents .....assign lab write up for Vitamin C lab  

wednesday the 25th ....PRAIRIE STATE EXAMS for juniors .......non juniors ----- work limiting reagent probs ..........go to computer lab and create power point on fats,carbs and proteins 


thursday the 26th .......work oyu turns from section C in Foods ....go to computer lab to finish power point on Carbs,Fats, and Proteins ....due on wednesday

friday,the 27th ....do Vitamin C lab ...write up results


the week of April 30th .................................

monday the 30th .......iron post lab q's....do iron lab page 291

tuesday the 1rst of May ..........see rest of Vitamin C power point ............ do lab summary review sheet for food test on C,D,E

wednesday the 2nd ..........chem test on foods C,D,E ....do outline of nuclear A.2 -A.3 from Nuclear unit

thursday the 3rd ...........quiz on outline .......go to computer lab and do power point on : "THE DISCOVERY OF RADIOACTIVITY "

FRIDAY THE 4TH ........do black box lab .............do Rutherford simulation ....do poster project on Rutherford's experiment


the week of may 7th........................................

monday the 7th ........go to computer lab and complete ppt on radioactivity pioneers ...........write ppt on nuclear equation types .

tuesday the 8th ......do penny lab





the week of May 7th ................................

monday the 7th ...........go to computer lab and construct power point on nuclear reaction types using the following web site that is linked below ............
   http://www.fordhamprep.pvt.k12.ny.us/gcurran/nuceqex.htm

tuesday the 8th ...work on power point ................do isotopic penny lab

wednesday the 9th ...............complete ppt........intro half life...........do half life probs -- t1/2 probs and t 1/2 probs II

thursday the 10th ............review t1/2 probs ..........assign nuclear decay probs .....go to star lab

friday the 11th .....go to compouter lab and finish power poiint on types of nuclear decay .....review t1/2 probs .....do radioactive skittles lab ...... for extra credit-----go to the web site below and summarize (no long sentences, include pics and include a summary paragraph about the site from your viewpoint:
http://www.aracnet.com/~pdxavets/a_tests.htm


the week of may 14th .........................

monday the 14th .......do t1/2 probs .....finish skittle lab ......outline b.3 to b.5 .........handout nuclear study cards..

tuesday the 15th........quiz on outline ..........ppt on
radioactivity .......

wednesday the 16th .........nucler decay probs #2 ....fission and fusion comparison sheet ....see ppt on fusion

thursday the 17th ....to room 108 for pasco radiation lab ..to computer lab for power point completion

friday the 18th .........to room 108 and work on nuclear decay lab .....


the week of may 21 rst .........................

monday the 21rst .......finish pasco lab in room 108 ....take practice quiz on nuclear unit

tuesday the 22nd ....... finish practice quiz on nuclear .......see power point on "STORAGE OF NUCLEAR WASTES"........DO REVIEW FOR NUCLEAR TEST TOMORROW

wednesday the 23rd ......test on nuclear unit .......intro air unit

thursday the 24th .....work gas law probs ....

friday the 25th ..go to pasco lab : BAYWATCH GAS LAW LAB ......tie dye shirts .... work charles,boyles and lussac laws


the week of May 28th .............

monday the 28th .......Memorial Day

tuesday the 29th ........intro combined gas law ...work probs ......go to Pasco lab --- finish BAYWATCH LAB

wednesday the 30th.... review gas law probs ....do Cartesian diver investigation ......demo can crushing lab ... demo potato rifle
   intro review for final as seen below ...........
Second Semester final Chemistry 
2000-2001…….review sheet
2m chem. ……..spring 2001……..on the block







note : the following review contains portions of the actual final that you will be given at the exam. Note that parts have been omitted or in some cases, values have been changed and the original structure of the question maintained. THERE IS NO MORE IMPORTANT STUDY ACTIVITY FOR THE FINAL THAN THIS SHEET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
LIVE LONG AND PROSPER!!!! ..and don't forget to study


Air final
1. If the pressure of a confined gas is decreased to half its value while the temperature remains constant, what change (if any) would be observed in the volume?

2. If a sample of nitrogen gas in a sealed container of fixed volume is heated from 25°C to 250°C, the value of which one of the following quantities will remain constant?

3. Gaseous C2H4 reacts with O2 according to the following equation:
C2H4(g) + 3O2(g) -> 2CO2(g) + 2H2O(g)
What volume of oxygen at STP is needed to completely react with 1.50 mol of C2H4(g)?
Grams / grams per mole = ___ moles

4. At standard conditions of temperature and pressure, STP, 2.75 L of a gas weighed 5.39 g. The gas is _________????

5.  If 3.0 L of helium gas at 20.0 °C is allowed to expand to 4.4 L, with the pressure remaining the same, what is the new temperature?

6.  A sample of 2.00 moles of C02 gas contains how many atoms of carbon?


7. For an ideal gas at constant temperature:                                                                                                                                                                             
 

8. At STP,…………..


9. The pressure of helium inside a steel container can be lowered by   ………………


10. One mole of oxygen (O2) at STP  ………….                                       
.
11. Two 1.0 L steel cylinders each contains 1.0 mole of gas at 0oC. 
     One cylinder contains CO2, and the other, O2.  Both cylinders…………..
 
12. A sample of neon that occupies 125 cm3 at 737 mm Hg and 30oC is heated to 60oC at the same pressure ( 737 mm Hg). What is the new volume (cm3)?
P

13.  A sample of a gas at 300oK and 700 torr occupies 60.0 mL. What temperature (oC) is necessary to increase the volume to 75.0 mL at the same pressure?

14. A gas is contained in a tank fitted with a safety plug that melts at 125oC. The gas in the tank has a pressure of 30 atm at 27oC. If the tank is heated, at what will be the pressure (atm) of the gas when the plug melts?


    
15. A weather balloon is filled with helium to a volume of 31.5 L at 20oC and 1.3 atm. In the stratosphere the temperature and pressure are -23oC and .003 atm respectively. What will be the volume (in L) in the stratosphere?


16.  A sample of oxygen gas in a closed system has a volume of 200 milliliters at 600K. If the pressure is held constant and the temperature is lowered to 300K, the new volume of the gas will be

17. Which graph best shows the change in volume of 1 mole of nitrogen gas as pressure increases and temperature remains the constant?

FOOD  FINAL


18. Which answer lists all of the following responses that are exothermic and none that are endothermic?

19. exothermic?

The simplest carbohydrate is glucose. Glucose, also  called "blood sugar" and "dextrose", flows in the bloodstream so that it is available to every cell in your body. Your cells absorb glucose and convert it into energy to drive the cell.   Consider the following image:


20.
There are also complex carbohydrates, commonly known as starches. A complex carbohydrate is made up of chains of glucose molecules. Starches are the way plants store energy - plants produce glucose and chain the glucose molecules together to form starch. Most grains (wheat, corn, oats, rice) and things like potatoes and plantains are high in starch. Your digestive system breaks a complex carbohydrate (starch) back down into its component glucose molecules so that the glucose can enter your bloodstream. It takes a lot longer to break down a starch, however. If you drink a can of soda full of sugar, glucose will enter the bloodstream at a rate of something like 30 calories per minute. A complex carbohydrate (rice for example) is digested more slowly, so glucose enters the bloodstream at a rate of only 2 calories per minute .
Answer questions 21-23 based upon the above……………….

            




  21.  Based upon the above info, which are true?


A person seeking to get the greatest number of calories into her system as fast as possible would ………


Read the info on Proteins and answer questions 24,25 and 26..
Proteins
A protein is any chain of amino acids. An amino acid is a small molecule that acts as the building block of any cell. Carbohydrates provide cells with energy, while amino acids provide cells with the building material they need to grow and maintain their structure. Your body is about 20% protein by weight. It is about 60% water. Most of the rest of your body is composed of minerals (for example, calcium in your bones). Amino Acids are called "Amino Acids" because they all contain an amino group (NH2) and a carboxyl group (COOH) which is acidic.


Glycine          NH2-CH2-COOH


Alanine CH3-CH(NH2)-COOH

. Examine the diagrams of the 2 amino acids pictured, Glycine and Alanine. Based upon the diagrams and article above, which of the following would true assumptions regarding amino acids???????????

Read the following to answer questions 27-30.
Fats
We all know about the common fats that different foods contain. Meat contains animal fat. Most breads and pastries contain vegetable oils, shortening or lard. Deep fried foods are cooked in heated oils. Fats are greasy and slick.
You commonly hear about two kinds of fats: saturated and unsaturated. Saturated fats are normally solid at room temperature while unsaturated fats are liquid at room temperature. Vegetable oils are the best examples of unsaturated fats while lard and shortening (along with the animal fat you see in raw meat) are saturated fats. However, most fats contain a mixture. For example, at the bottom you see the label from a bottle of olive oil. It contains both saturated and unsaturated fats, but the saturated fats are dissolved in the unsaturated fats. To separate them you can put olive oil in the refrigerator. The saturated fats will solidify and the unsaturated fats will remain liquid. You can see that the olive oil bottler even chose to further distinguish the unsaturated fats between polyunsaturated and monounsaturated. Unsaturated fats are currently thought to be more healthy than saturated fats, and monounsaturated fats (as found in olive oil and peanut oil) are thought to be healthier than polyunsaturated fats.
Fats that you eat enter the digestive system and meet with an enzyme called lipase. Lipase breaks the fat into its parts: glycerol and fatty acids. These components are then reassembled into triglycerides for transport in the bloodstream. Muscle cells and fat (adipose) cells absorb the triglycerides either to store them or to burn them as fuel.

ORGANIC CHEM FINAL

saturated hydrocarbon?
a- C3H6
b- C3H10
c- C3H8
d- C5H 8
e- C5H10


homologous series ……

Isomers …….

An ether …….
Give the proper IUPAC name for the following formula.???????

a- 2-ethylbutane
b- 3-ethylbutane
c- 2-methylpentane
d- 3-methylpentane
e- hexane
Give the proper IUPAC name for the following formula. ??????
a- bromobutane
b- 2-(bromomethyl)propane
c- 1-bromo-2-methylpropane
d- 1-bromobutane
Give the proper IUPAC name for the following formula. ?????
a- 1,3-methylcyclopentane
b- 1,3-dimethylcyclopentane
c- 1,3-dimethylpentane
d- heptane
e- 1,3 -ethylcyclopentane
The proper formula for 1-bromo-2,2-dimethylpropane is:
a-
b-
c-
d-
e- The proper formula is not given


         47. How many bonds MUST a carbon atom make?
          48. What kind of bond is found between carbon atoms in an alkene?
  49.  An alkene is considered a __________ hydrocarbon.
             50.  The general formula for an alkene is
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