1 Alcohols, Ethers and Epoxides • Alcohols contain a hydroxy group (OH) bonded to an sp 3 hybridized carbon. Introduction—Structure and Bonding Alcohols, Ethers and Epoxides • Compounds having a hydroxy group on a sp 2 hybridized carbon— enols and phenols —undergo different reactions ...
REV 02/05 1 CHM 112 Lab Procedure 3: ALCOHOLS, ALDEHYDES, AND KETONES Objectives: (a) to use different chemical tests to differentiate the alcohol, aldehyde, and ketone functional groups.
1 Ch 14.Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers Alcohol and Phenols have -OH group (hydroxyl functionality). Polar. The presence of the hydroxyl group makes them miscible with water The -OH group participates in H-bonding Alcohols up to C 5 are very soluble in water.
Chapter 10 Outline: Alcohols 10.1: Naming of alcohols o Alcohols are molecules with an OH group attached to an sp 3 carbon o Alcohols are classified by what type of carbon they are attached to ∞ Primary alcohol: 1 additional carbon (RCH 2 OH) ∞ Secondary alcohol: 2 additional carbons (RR ...
Chem 4563Organic Qualitative Analysis Alcohols-Functional Group Tests Introduction Alcohols are an interesting and important group of organic compounds.
Chap 7 Organic Chem Note Outline-Alcohols 12/13/07 - 1 - Chap 7: Alcohols, Phenols, & Thiols Objectives: Chap 7: Alcohols, Phenols, & Thiols (Chapter 7 and pages 283-285 & 296-297, A-1 & A-2 in lab manual) 1.
Reactions of Alcohols I. Oxidation and Reduction according to organic chemists: A. Basics-1. Oxidation - the result of an oxidation agent being added; O or O 2, halogens X 2, loss of H 2.
Chapter 3 Notes 5 Where Does the Word Where Does the Word "Alcohol"Come From? "Alcohol"Come From? •The word "alcohol"comes from the Arabic term al kohl meaning "the fine powder."Originally, this referred to an antimony sulfide compound used for eye shadow, which was ground up to form a fine ...
Copyrighted material How Can We Distill Alcohol? In the past, distillers set up shop on the outskirts of villages with their carts and their copper stills to distill cider, wine, and the fermented juice of various fruits: pears, apples, plums.
1 Identification of an Unknown - Alcohols, Aldehydes, and Ketones How does one determine the actual identity and structure of an unknown compound?