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(v) Organic Test 2009

(v) Organic Test 2009

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QUESTION 1 Name the following compounds

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1.1
H H OH H

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H

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Cl

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H

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H

H—C—C—C—C—H

1.2
CH3 H H

| | | H—C—C—C—H | | |
CH3 H H

1.3
H H

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H

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CH3

H—C—C=C—H

1.4
H Br CH3 H H H

| | | | | | H—C—C—C—C—C—C—H | | | | | |
H H H Br OH H H H H H

1.5

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H

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H H

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H

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H H H

CH3—C—C—C—C—H

1.6

H

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H

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H

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H

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H

H—C—C—C≡C—C—C—H

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6 3 bromo 2 methyl pentane tetrachloro methane 1.3.2 dibromo 3 methyl 2 butene 3 ethyl pentane 1.QUESTION 2 Draw structural formula for the following compounds: 2.3 2.1 3. Organic compounds are grouped in homologous series that have distinct functional groups.3 What is meant by the term “isomer”? Name and draw the structural formula of two isomers that have a molecular formula of C4H8 .3.2 3.2 2.3 The chemistry of carbon is unique because of the ability of carbon to form isomers when bonding with other atoms. Distinguish between the terms ‘functional group’ and ‘homologous series’ 3.1 3. To which homologous series do these isomers belong? (4) (1) (2) (3) (1) (10) .5 2.3.1 2. 3.2 Draw the condensed structural formula of ethane.4 2.1 dichloro 2 butyne 3 methyl 2 butanol (15) QUESTION 3 3.

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