Exercises: 1.

Give the IUPAC names of the following compounds:
CH3 CH3 CH3

CH3
C H C H CH3

a)

H3C

C H

C H

H3C

b)

c)

C C H2 H

C H

CH2

H3C CH2CH3

CH2CH3 CH3

d) 2.

Complete the following reactions: (i) Propene + Br2 (in CCl4)  (ii) Propene + Br2 (aq) 
Cl + HBr

(iii)

3.

Draw the mechanism for the reaction of (iii) in question 2. Explain what is the major product of the reaction.

Arrange the following carbocation in order of increasing stability . A liquid compound X.704 g of carbon dioxide and 2. 6. Both A and B undergo addition reaction with HBr to give a compound C which exists in two forms. C 4H8 . has a molecular mass of 136.2 and contains carbon and hydrogen only.076 g of X gave 6. B and C. + CH2 + CH3 + CH3 + CH2 7. 5.4. the Explain why >C=C< double bond is more reactive than C—C single bond even the enthalpy of >C=C< bond is much greater than that of the C—C single bond. . Calculate the molecular formula of X. Combustion analysis of X produced the following results: 2. Compound A and B both have the same molecular formula. Explain your answer.196 g of water. Draw structures for A. Compound A exists in two forms but compound B has only one form.

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