Test 1 – Chemistry Flashcard

Alkene
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Acid chloride
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Alcohol
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Aldehyde
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Alkyne
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Amide
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Amine
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Arene
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Butane
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Butyl
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Carboxylic acid anhydride
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Carboxylic acid
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Diphosphate
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Disulfide
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Ester
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Ether
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Halide
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Imine
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Isobutane
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Isobutyl
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Isopropyl
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Ketone
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Methane
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Methyl
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Monophosphate
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Nitrile
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Propane
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Propyl
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sec-Butyl
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Sulfide
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tert-Butyl
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Thioester
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Thiol
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Boiling Point

Higher boiling points:

1.  Stronger intermolecular forces

(London < Dipole-dipole < Hydrogen Bonding)

2.  Larger surface area

3.  More polarizable molecules

Melting Point

Higher melting points

1.  Stronger intermolecular forces

(London < Dipole-dipole < Hydrogen Bonding)

2.  More symmetrical the compound

 

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