Organic Chemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with carbon, its compounds, and their properties.
Organic Chemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with carbon, its compounds, and their properties.
One is a Cathode and the other is the anode
sodium ethoxide(NaOEt) and water are formed
Organic chemistry is the study of molecules that contain carbon. Many pharmaceuticals and virtually all of the proteins they interact with in the body are organic molecules.
You can determine how many valence electrons an atom has by what family the element of the atom is in. For instance, if the element is in family 8A, the number of valence electrons will be 8. Or, if the element is in family 2A, the number of valence electrons for the atom will be 2. So, whatever number family the atom is in, the number of valence electrons equals that.
1. Combustion: reacting methane with oxygen produces carbon dioxide and water. 2. Halogenation: reacting methane with a halogen (X2) produces an acid (HX), ethane, and a mixture of CH3X, CH2X2, and CHX3. This process follows the free-radical holgenation mechanism. 3. Steam Reforming AKA Fossil Fuel Reforming: reacting methane (the fossil fuel) with high-temperature steam to produce hydrogen (among other compounds).
both keto and aldehyde have same functional group i.e C=O but keto group attached to two carbon atoms where as aldehyde is attached to one carbon and one hydrogen atoms Ex. aldehyde R-CHO ketone R-CO-R here R=any alkyl group
No, "like dissolves like" rule applies to polar substances dissolving in polar solvents, and nonpolar substances dissolving in nonpolar solvents. Alkenes are nonpolar because they only contain C=C, C-C, and C-H bonds, and water is highly polar. Alkenes are not soluble in water.
Yes! Because Maltose is a disaccharide
2-butanamine 1-butanamine 1,1-dimethylethanamine diethylamine 2-methylpropanamine N,1-dimethylethanamine N-methylpropanamine N,N-dimethylethanamine
For the same reason that water isn't a gas. Oxygen is highly electronegative and the hydrogen bonding present in water and methanol raises the intermolecular attractive forces and results in a higher boiling point.
Resonance structure of benzene shows that carbon-carbon bond in benzene is neither double bonded nor single bonded, but half way between them. So benzene undergoes substitution reactions.
This is an ignition.It forms CO2 and water.
One water molecule may surround by four other water molecules tetrahedrally as in case of ice.
protein fatty acid.
Polarity plays the biggest role. Like substances dissolve other like substances. Hydrocarbons (which are non-polar) are soluble in non-polar solvents such as benzene and carbon tetrachloride. They are not soluble in polar solvents, such as water or ether. If you have taken a biology course, remember hydrophobic vs. hydrophilic.
Cold water is denser than warm water. Cold water sinks the bottom of the ocean taking many of the oxygen molecules with it. In the same sense warm water keeps water molecules spread throughout it self.
Methane + Cl2 ---> Ch3Cl + alcoholic KOH ---> Ethene + Br-Br ---> vicinal dihalide with the double bond being replaced by to C-Br bonds. + alcoholic KOH ---> CH2(double bond)CHBr + NaNH2 ---> Ethyne . Pass ethyne through a red hot iron tube and you will get benzene.
carbon is considered to be tetravalent as it has four free valence electrons, which combines with four other atoms to become stable.
it stands for DeoxyriboNucleicAcid
I'm assuming you mean how to prepare for organic chemistry. You can prepare for it by studying on bondings(especially covalent), electronegative and atomic theories, and molecular shapes and how it affects charge.
A good way to decide is knowing that things that are saturated fats are liquids (or very soft solids) at room temp. Things like butter and oil. Grapes are not unsaturated fat, as they are mostly composed of air, water, and sugars.
It is false; aromatic compounds is a category of organic compounds with specific odor or color. But many other chemicals have a specific odor or color but they are not aromatic compounds (of course, in the chemical sense).
Natural fatty acids contain 10 and onwards even no of carbon atoms.
The molecular formula would have to be C4H10 as the number of hydrogen atoms cannot exceed 2+2X where X is the number of carbon atoms.
This reaction is also called p-Hydroxy methylation of Phenol and phenol is converted into p-hydroxy benzyl alc.
Acetylene is C2H2 so its emperical formula is C1H1.
becase the blue flame is hugry for oxygen
chromatography is the technique which deals wit the separation of closely related compounds from a mixture and this involves mainly 2 phases stationery and mobile phases and the repeated interactions between these 2 phases leads to the separation of molecules and retention of the compound of our interest on to the stationary phase and on time this compound elutes out at its lambda max..........
Nothing, the reactants and products all are colourless.
The DuPont company produces products for all the categories listed below: Agriculture Building & Construction Electronics Energy & Utilities Government Health Care & Medical Manufacturing Packaging & Graphic Arts Plastics Safety & Protection Transportation
Toluene reacts with acidic permanganate on heating and forms the Benzoic acid.
Kerosene is a non-polar molecule. This is because it has an evenly distributed electric charge, whereas the electric charge of polar molecules are not evenly distributed throughout the molecule.
Acetylsalicylic acid, aromatic group, and the carboxylic acid
If a compound burns with soot then it means it is Aromatic or highly unsaturated.
Hydrophilic compounds are polar or ionic and this is the reason for attraction of water towards these substances.
The ion produced is phenoxide ion.
Oxygen is a non polar molecule so its molecules have only Vander waal's forces of attraction.
The final product is 2-bromo propane.
It is the process in which thin layer of coating metal get bonded to base metal one or both sides permanently when they are passed through heavy rollers under the action of heat and pressure.. e.g. Aluminium-clad sheets are used in aircraft which is prepared by sandwitching duralumin sheet between two layer of pure aluminium
Respiration is one.
The Acetanilide is a benzene with a acetamido group attached to it. The acetamido group is electron donating and therefore it directs other substituents to the ortho and para positions. The acetamido group is also a very large group and the ortho position is right besides the acetamido group. This creates steric hindrance from bromine from getting to the ortho position and therefore only para-bromoacetanilide or 4-bromoacetanilide is created mainly from a bromination of acetanilide.
Aromaticity doesn't require a compound to have a detectable olfactory response although some aromatic compounds do have a smell. Ethanol is an aliphatic compound because it has a chain like structure with no benzene ring.
It is actually a mixture, so it does not have any chemical name
Amyl butyrate, CH3[CH2]2C(=O)-O[CH2]4CH3, IUPAC name: pentyl butanoate This ester has a smell reminiscent of pear or apricot. This chemical is used as an flavour added to cigarette- and pipe tobaccos.
because reaction with iodine are reversible in nature ... that means the the HI formed during the reaction can again become I2 and so to not let that happen... oxidising agents are needed.
the structural formula of cl2cf2
You could try baking soda and vinegar, it is a fun reaction for little kids, or you can do coke and mentos, that's a fun surprising reaction.
positive ions are called cations, while negatively charged ions are called anions
when sucrase acts on sucrose it produces fructose and glucose they are both monosaccharides (simple sugars) mono=one saccharide=sugar glucose is nessacary in the making of Adenosine tri phosphate ATP and adenosine diphosphat ADP. ATP is the chemical formulae for energy.
Ethene means it has two carbon atoms in it.but we know,alkene must contain double bond at least for once somewhere in the carbon chain.But hydrogen atoms dont form double bonds.so methene can't be the 1st member bcoz it can't formdouble bonds as there is no other carbon and only hydrogn atoms.so,ethene is the 1st member where it can form one carbon carbon doble bond with the two carbon atoms present.and there is no such thing… Read More
Because of the chemicals in sprite, they're is a chemical called citric acid in sprite, that allows it to clean, like regular acid, allows you to melt...
By treating comp. with catalyst Ru(PPh3)3(CO)H2/dppe/TsOH with catalyst loading as low as 0.04 mol% u can get very good yields of expected amide. Note: This will not give Beckmann rearrangement product.
i dont know :) i thing mybe the answer is the reflux is high melting point :D
SnH4, or tin (IV) hydride, boils at - 52 deg C, or 221 deg Kelvin.
yes, thats why you dan find it as a liquit, of course, theyr moleculs atrack each other :D
He dies... :D
C9H17NO3 is pantothenic acid isolated in liver to break down fats and carbohydrates
no, it floats. try it.
Elements and compounds in toothpaste are determined by chemical or physical methods of analysis; the answer is valid for all materials.
Almost every organic compound is inflammable and Neo pentane being a tertiary organic compound, is more reactive and that's why undergoes combustion very easily and that's why its inflammable
silver is not a coluor it is a metal if it was a colour it could be a pencil but not a ring or silverware.
Yes, they are molecular organic compounds.
It is a ring formed carbon skeleton. The smallest possible cyclic hydrocarbon is cyclopropane (triangular C3H6) together with cyclobutane both being rather unstable (degration to linear propene and 1-butene). Five and six membered rings are quite common. The most 'famous' cyclic hydrocarbon is the aromatics-group of benzene, which is the cyclic 'honeycomb' formed 1,3,5-cyclohexatriene C6H6 (and derivatives).
C2h4o - ch3cho
No: cyclohexane has the chemical formula C6H12 and hexane has the chemical fomula C6H14.
Cyclohexane has five structural conformations: chair, half chair, twist, twist boat and boat.
benzene belong to special class that is AROMATIC.Aromatic itself is the sub class of unsaturated compound.so benzene is unsaturated.
C-C in diamond is incredibly strong. C-C in other molecules, not necessarily. C-H is not really strong at all. C-O and H-O are WAY stronger that the two you mentioned.
When potassium permagnate is added initially to ethanol, ethanol gets oxidised into ethanoic acid using potassium permagnate. Thus, decolorizing potassium permagnate. When excess is added , the color of potassium permagnate persists.
Candle burns with a yellow flame because its an incomplete combustion. The temperature of the flame also relates to its colour and also the trace metal ions present will influence the flame colour.
Only compounds are classified as organic or inorganic. The element hydrogen often occurs in organic compounds. It can also be found in inorganic compounds. All organic compounds contain the element carbon.
electron is negatively charged, not neutral.
Heat is an extensive property. Temperature is intensive.
lipids caabohydrates proteins
The viscosity increase when the number of carbon atoms in a chain increase.
In endothermic reactions heat energy is consumed.
two phases are involved, that is, solid to gas
Because silicon will react and make a compound with carbon and create a new element called chlorine. You can also create a brand new element called bean using hydrolic acid and a thermometer. Also carbonyl is a meat and will not fuse with hydrogen because it is vegetarian.
methanol can't be dried completely, it always contains some water.
intramolecular hydrogen bonding means hydrogen bonding with in that molecule.there is no interaction with other molecules for hydrogen bonding. very important example is salysilic acid,glycol etc
1 mole or 6.023 * 10^23 numbers of molecules are present.
Fabrics were originally dyed by cave-women who were embarrassed about their periods.
1 mole of pd is 106g. so 0.9 mole=0.9*106=95.4g its very easy
One has to be very careful when diluting acetic acid. To dilute acetic acid, water can be used. Water and acid mixing causes heat to be released. The heat will get hotter and hotter if water is not added in small amounts.
(103 grams H2O)(1 mole/18 grams)(6.022X1023 molecules/mole) = 3.3346x1025molecules
Amino acids make proteins and proteins make enzymes
An organic compound is any compound whose molecules contain carbon.
Starch is made up of repeating glucose units. Though it is a non reducing sugar, its hydrolysis gives out pure glucose, which is known as dextrose. And glucose, as we know, is a reducing sugar and hence would give a positive result in Benedict's test.
Carbo lignis, Carbo vegetalis.
The information that isn't given in the formula is that it doesn't tell you the position of the atoms.
The humic acid is not a single substance; it is a mixture of organic compounds from soils.
the acetone inside the bottle will disappear (acetone-carbon dioxide (co2)) or (liquid to gas)-(evaporation also known as sumblimation)
Because carbon is one of the four organic molecules. The other three are hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen.
Yes. Ethanol, also called ethyl alcohol, pure alcohol, grain alcohol, or drinking alcohol,
Oximes are Compounds containing OH group linked to the nitrogen atom, as we know like dissolves like, so this compound containing OH can be easily dissolved in alcohol, the product will be soluble in alcohol and easy to seperate.\