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An Introduction to Physical Science

14th Edition
James Shipman + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305079137
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An Introduction to Physical Science

14th Edition
James Shipman + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305079137

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Chapter 14, Problem 3SA
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Tell the number of covalent bonds formed by an atom of each of these common elements in organic compounds: C, H, O, S, N, a halogen.

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Chapter 14 Solutions

An Introduction to Physical Science
Ch. 14.4 - Which types of hydrocarbon derivatives have foul...Ch. 14.4 - Two constitutional isomers of C3H7F exist. Draw...Ch. 14.5 - How are polymers formed?Ch. 14.5 - What are some useful polymers?Ch. 14.5 - Draw the structure of the monomer from which this...Ch. 14.6 - How are most carbohydrates used?Ch. 14.6 - What is the composition of soap?Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - KEY TERMS 1. organic chemistry 2. hydrocarbons...Ch. 14 - How many covalent bonds does an oxygen atom form?...Ch. 14 - When a carbon atom bonds to four other atoms, what...Ch. 14 - Which of the following is the most common aromatic...Ch. 14 - How many electrons are shared by all the carbon...Ch. 14 - A molecule of propane contains how many carbon...Ch. 14 - Which of the following is an ethyl group? (14.3)...Ch. 14 - Which of the following is a correct formula for an...Ch. 14 - Which of the following is incorrectly named?...Ch. 14 - Which of these are the best-known synthetic...Ch. 14 - Which of the following is a condensation polymer?...Ch. 14 - Which process converts unsaturated fats into...Ch. 14 - The metabolism of which of the following produces...Ch. 14 - Organic chemistry studies the compounds of the...Ch. 14 - In organic compounds, a nitrogen atom forms ___...Ch. 14 - ___ bonds are the type of bonds in organic...Ch. 14 - Hydrocarbons are first divided into aromatic and...Ch. 14 - ___ is the most important aromatic hydrocarbon....Ch. 14 - A compound with the general formula CnH2n is...Ch. 14 - Hexyne is a member of the ___ class of aliphatic...Ch. 14 - Organic compounds that contain a hydroxyl group...Ch. 14 - An amine and a carboxylic acid react to form water...Ch. 14 - Two classes of synthetic polymers are addition and...Ch. 14 - Velcro is made of ___, a widely used type of...Ch. 14 - Sucrose, common table sugar, is part of the ___...Ch. 14 - Distinguish between organic chemistry and...Ch. 14 - Explain the type of bonding used for organic...Ch. 14 - Tell the number of covalent bonds formed by an...Ch. 14 - Describe the physical characteristics of benzene....Ch. 14 - Show the Kekul representation and the preferred...Ch. 14 - What structural feature distinguishes an aromatic...Ch. 14 - Give the general molecular formulas for alkanes,...Ch. 14 - Name the first eight members of the alkane series....Ch. 14 - Describe the geometry and bond angles when a...Ch. 14 - Two children build different objects from...Ch. 14 - What are the basic rules of nomenclature for...Ch. 14 - Use both full and condensed structural formulas to...Ch. 14 - What is the structural difference between benzene...Ch. 14 - Name the compound represented by a hexagon and...Ch. 14 - Both ethene and ethyne are often called by their...Ch. 14 - Distinguish between saturated and unsaturated...Ch. 14 - Describe an addition reaction that alkenes and...Ch. 14 - What are the physical characteristics of simple...Ch. 14 - Give the condensed structural formula for...Ch. 14 - Give the general formula for an alcohol. Name the...Ch. 14 - What characteristic group does an amine contain,...Ch. 14 - Give the general formula for a carboxylic acid....Ch. 14 - Why are esters popular? Give examples of where you...Ch. 14 - What characteristic element is found in amides?...Ch. 14 - To form an addition polymer, what structural...Ch. 14 - To form a condensation polymer, what structural...Ch. 14 - Name a well-known synthetic fiber that is a...Ch. 14 - Name the monomers of proteins. Name and write the...Ch. 14 - How do humans get energy from carbohydrates? Which...Ch. 14 - What two simpler sugars combine to form sucrose?...Ch. 14 - Why can herbivores digest cellulose but humans...Ch. 14 - What are the physical and chemical differences...Ch. 14 - Which types of fats can cause health issues if...Ch. 14 - What is the relationship between a fat and a soap?Ch. 14 - Consider the structure of Enalapril, a drug used...Ch. 14 - Although life elsewhere in the universe is...Ch. 14 - You overhear someone comment that a lot of cat...Ch. 14 - Look up the structural formula of aspirin...Ch. 14 - As you take out the garbage one morning, you see...Ch. 14 - If you get tears in your eyes when you peel...Ch. 14 - Describe the process in which soap cleans a drop...Ch. 14 - How does hydrogen bonding affect large molecules...Ch. 14 - Which of these structural formulas is valid, and...Ch. 14 - Which of these structural formulas is valid, and...Ch. 14 - Draw the structural formula for...Ch. 14 - Draw the structural formula for...Ch. 14 - Classify each of the following hydrocarbon...Ch. 14 - Use each of the following names to classify each...Ch. 14 - Use each of the following names to classify each...Ch. 14 - State whether the structural formulas shown in...Ch. 14 - State whether the structural formulas shown in...Ch. 14 - Given the IUPAC name, draw the structural formula...Ch. 14 - Given the IUPAC name, draw the structural formula...Ch. 14 - Two constitutional isomers of continuous-chain...Ch. 14 - How many constitutional isomers of...Ch. 14 - Identify each structural formula as belonging to...Ch. 14 - Identify each structural formula as belonging to...Ch. 14 - Draw the constitutional isomers for (a) C2H6O...Ch. 14 - Draw the constitutional isomers for (a) C2H7N...Ch. 14 - Polystyrene, or Styrofoam, is an addition polymer...Ch. 14 - Acrilan is an addition polymer made from the...Ch. 14 - Draw the structure of a portion of the chain of...Ch. 14 - The polyester formed from lactic acid (shown...Ch. 14 - Draw the resulting dipeptide formed from the...Ch. 14 - Draw the resulting dipeptide formed from the...Ch. 14 - Draw the resulting fat obtained from the...Ch. 14 - Draw the resulting fat obtained from the...

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