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Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285869759

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Problem 17-3

Write the IUPAC name for each compound.

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    Chapter 17 Solutions

    Introduction to General, Organic and Biochemistry
    Ch. 17 - 17-11 What is the difference in structure between...Ch. 17 - 17-12 Is it possible for the carbon atom of a...Ch. 17 - 17-13 Which compounds contain carbonyl groups?Ch. 17 - 17-14 Following are structural formulas for two...Ch. 17 - 17-15 Draw structural formulas for the four...Ch. 17 - 17-16 Answer true or false. (a) An aldehyde is...Ch. 17 - 17-17 Draw structural formulas for these...Ch. 17 - 17-18 Draw structural formulas for these ketones....Ch. 17 - 17-19 Write the JUPAC names for these compounds.Ch. 17 - 17-20 Write the IUPAC names for these compounds.Ch. 17 - 17-2 1 Explain why each name is incorrect. Write...Ch. 17 - 17-22 Explain why each name is incorrect. Write...Ch. 17 - 17-23 Answer true or false. (a) Aldehydes and...Ch. 17 - 17-24 In each pair of compounds, select the one...Ch. 17 - 17-25 Acetone is completely soluble in water, but...Ch. 17 - 17-26 Account for the fact that acetone has a...Ch. 17 - 17-27 Pentane, 1-butanol, and butanal all have...Ch. 17 - 17-28 Show how acetaldehyde can form hydrogen...Ch. 17 - 17-29 Why can’t two molecules of acetone form a...Ch. 17 - 17-30 Answer true or false. (a) The reduction of...Ch. 17 - 17-3 1 Draw a structural formula for the principal...Ch. 17 - 17-32 Draw a structural formula for the principal...Ch. 17 - 17-33 What simple chemical test could you use to...Ch. 17 - 17-34 Explain why liquid aldehydes are often...Ch. 17 - 17-35 Suppose that you take a bottle of...Ch. 17 - 17-36 Explain why the reduction of an aldehyde...Ch. 17 - 17-37 Write a structural formula for the principal...Ch. 17 - 17-38 Draw a structural formula for the principal...Ch. 17 - 17-39 1, 3-Dihydroxy-2-propanone, more commonly...Ch. 17 - 17-40 Draw a structural formula for the product...Ch. 17 - 17-41 Draw a structural formula for the product...Ch. 17 - 17-42 Mark each statement true or false. (a) Keto...Ch. 17 - 17-43 Which of these compounds undergo keto-enol...Ch. 17 - 17-44 Draw all enol forms of each aldehyde and...Ch. 17 - 17-45 Draw a structural formula for the keto form...Ch. 17 - 17-46 Warfarin is widely used in medicine as a...Ch. 17 - 17-47 What is the characteristic structural...Ch. 17 - 17-48 Which compounds are hemiacetals, which are...Ch. 17 - 17-49 Which compounds are hemiacetals, which are...Ch. 17 - 17-50 Draw the hemiacetal and then the acetal...Ch. 17 - 17-51 Draw the structures of the aldehydes or...Ch. 17 - 17-52 The following compound is a component of the...Ch. 17 - 17-53 Consider the formation of an acetal. If the...Ch. 17 - 17-54 Following is the structure of...Ch. 17 - 17-55 What is the difference in meaning between...Ch. 17 - 17-56 What is the difference in meaning between...Ch. 17 - 17-57 List the reagents and experimental...Ch. 17 - 17-58 Draw a structural formula for an aldehyde or...Ch. 17 - 17-59 Draw a structural formula for an aldehyde or...Ch. 17 - 17-60 1-Propanol can be prepared by the reduction...Ch. 17 - 17-61 Show how to bring about these conversions....Ch. 17 - 17-62 Show how to bring about these conversions....Ch. 17 - 17-63 Describe a simple chemical test by which you...Ch. 17 - 17-64 Mark the aldehyde or ketone group in these...Ch. 17 - 17-65 Draw a structural formula for the product...Ch. 17 - 17-66 Draw structural formulas for the (a) one...Ch. 17 - 17-67 Draw structural formulas for these...Ch. 17 - 17-68 Why does acetone have a lower boiling point...Ch. 17 - 17-69 Propanal (bp 49°C) and 1-propanol (bp 97°C)...Ch. 17 - 17-70 What simple chemical test could you use to...Ch. 17 - 17-71 5-Hydroxyhexanal forms a six-membered cyclic...Ch. 17 - 17-72 The following molecule is an enediol; each...Ch. 17 - 17-73 Alcohols can be prepared by the...Ch. 17 - 17-74 Glucose, C6H12O6, contains an aldehyde group...Ch. 17 - 17-75 Ribose, C5H10O5, contains an aldehyde group...Ch. 17 - 17-76 Name the functional groups in each steroid...Ch. 17 - 17-77 Sodium borohydride is a laboratory reducing...Ch. 17 - 17-78 Complete the following equation for these...Ch. 17 - 17-79 Write an equation for each conversion. (a)...

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