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Textbook Problem

How many secondary carbon atoms are present in each of the structures in Problem 12-96?

a. Chapter 1, Problem 1.100EP, How many secondary carbon atoms are present in each of the structures in Problem 12-96? a. b. c. d. , example  1

b. Chapter 1, Problem 1.100EP, How many secondary carbon atoms are present in each of the structures in Problem 12-96? a. b. c. d. , example  2

c. Chapter 1, Problem 1.100EP, How many secondary carbon atoms are present in each of the structures in Problem 12-96? a. b. c. d. , example  3

d. Chapter 1, Problem 1.100EP, How many secondary carbon atoms are present in each of the structures in Problem 12-96? a. b. c. d. , example  4

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The total number of secondary carbon atoms that are present in the given structure has to be identified.

Concept Introduction:

In a hydrocarbon structure, each and every carbon atoms are classified as primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to only one another carbon atom is known as primary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to two other carbon atoms is known as secondary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to three other carbon atoms is known as tertiary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to four another carbon atom is known as quaternary carbon atom.

These carbon atoms are denoted by notations as, 1° for primary, 2° for secondary, 3° for tertiary and 4° for quaternary.

Explanation

Given structure is,

The intersection in the above structure represents a carbon atom.  Therefore, this carbon atom along with the hydrogen atoms can be shown as given below,

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The total number of secondary carbon atoms that are present in the given structure has to be identified.

Concept Introduction:

In a hydrocarbon structure, each and every carbon atoms are classified as primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to only one another carbon atom is known as primary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to two other carbon atoms is known as secondary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to three other carbon atoms is known as tertiary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to four another carbon atom is known as quaternary carbon atom.

These carbon atoms are denoted by notations as, 1° for primary, 2° for secondary, 3° for tertiary and 4° for quaternary.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The total number of secondary carbon atoms that are present in the given structure has to be identified.

Concept Introduction:

In a hydrocarbon structure, each and every carbon atoms are classified as primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to only one another carbon atom is known as primary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to two other carbon atoms is known as secondary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to three other carbon atoms is known as tertiary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to four another carbon atom is known as quaternary carbon atom.

These carbon atoms are denoted by notations as, 1° for primary, 2° for secondary, 3° for tertiary and 4° for quaternary.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The total number of secondary carbon atoms that are present in the given structure has to be identified.

Concept Introduction:

In a hydrocarbon structure, each and every carbon atoms are classified as primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to only one another carbon atom is known as primary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to two other carbon atoms is known as secondary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to three other carbon atoms is known as tertiary carbon atom.

If a carbon atom in an organic molecule is directly bonded to four another carbon atom is known as quaternary carbon atom.

These carbon atoms are denoted by notations as, 1° for primary, 2° for secondary, 3° for tertiary and 4° for quaternary.

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