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Indicate whether each of the compounds in Problem 17-7 contains (1) an amino group, (2) a monosubstituted amino group, (3) a disubstituted amino group, or (4) is not an amine.

Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP, Indicate whether each of the compounds in Problem 17-7 contains (1) an amino group, (2) a , example  1

Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP, Indicate whether each of the compounds in Problem 17-7 contains (1) an amino group, (2) a , example  2

Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP, Indicate whether each of the compounds in Problem 17-7 contains (1) an amino group, (2) a , example  3

Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP, Indicate whether each of the compounds in Problem 17-7 contains (1) an amino group, (2) a , example  4

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The compound has to be indicated whether it contains an amino group, a monosubstituted amino group, a disubstituted amino group, or not an amine.

Concept Introduction:

Amine is an organic derivative.  If in ammonia one or more alkyl, cycloalkyl, or aryl groups are substituted instead of hydrogen atom then it is known as amine.  Depending on the number of substitution the amines are classified as primary, secondary or tertiary amine.  Primary amine is the one in which only one hydrogen atom in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  Secondary amine is the one in which only two hydrogen atoms in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  Tertiary amine is the one in which all three hydrogen atoms in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  The generalized structural formula for all the amines is,

Organic And Biological Chemistry, Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP , additional homework tip  1

Amides are also organic derivative.  In an amide, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a carbonyl group.  The general structural formula of amide can be given as shown below,

Organic And Biological Chemistry, Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP , additional homework tip  2

The difference between amine and amide is that in amine, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a hydrocarbon chain.  In case of amides, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a carbonyl group.

Explanation

Given organic compound is,

On looking into the above structure, it is found that a nitrogen atom is directly bonded to a hydrocarbon group.  Hence, this compound contains amine functional group...

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The compound has to be indicated whether it contains an amino group, a monosubstituted amino group, a disubstituted amino group, or not an amine.

Concept Introduction:

Amine is an organic derivative.  If in ammonia one or more alkyl, cycloalkyl, or aryl groups are substituted instead of hydrogen atom then it is known as amine.  Depending on the number of substitution the amines are classified as primary, secondary or tertiary amine.  Primary amine is the one in which only one hydrogen atom in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  Secondary amine is the one in which only two hydrogen atoms in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  Tertiary amine is the one in which all three hydrogen atoms in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  The generalized structural formula for all the amines is,

Organic And Biological Chemistry, Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP , additional homework tip  3

Amides are also organic derivative.  In an amide, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a carbonyl group.  The general structural formula of amide can be given as shown below,

Organic And Biological Chemistry, Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP , additional homework tip  4

The difference between amine and amide is that in amine, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a hydrocarbon chain.  In case of amides, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a carbonyl group.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The compound has to be indicated whether it contains an amino group, a monosubstituted amino group, a disubstituted amino group, or not an amine.

Concept Introduction:

Amine is an organic derivative.  If in ammonia one or more alkyl, cycloalkyl, or aryl groups are substituted instead of hydrogen atom then it is known as amine.  Depending on the number of substitution the amines are classified as primary, secondary or tertiary amine.  Primary amine is the one in which only one hydrogen atom in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  Secondary amine is the one in which only two hydrogen atoms in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  Tertiary amine is the one in which all three hydrogen atoms in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  The generalized structural formula for all the amines is,

Organic And Biological Chemistry, Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP , additional homework tip  5

Amides are also organic derivative.  In an amide, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a carbonyl group.  The general structural formula of amide can be given as shown below,

Organic And Biological Chemistry, Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP , additional homework tip  6

The difference between amine and amide is that in amine, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a hydrocarbon chain.  In case of amides, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a carbonyl group.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The compound has to be indicated whether it contains an amino group, a monosubstituted amino group, a disubstituted amino group, or not an amine.

Concept Introduction:

Amine is an organic derivative.  If in ammonia one or more alkyl, cycloalkyl, or aryl groups are substituted instead of hydrogen atom then it is known as amine.  Depending on the number of substitution the amines are classified as primary, secondary or tertiary amine.  Primary amine is the one in which only one hydrogen atom in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  Secondary amine is the one in which only two hydrogen atoms in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  Tertiary amine is the one in which all three hydrogen atoms in ammonia is replaced by a hydrocarbon group.  The generalized structural formula for all the amines is,

Organic And Biological Chemistry, Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP , additional homework tip  7

Amides are also organic derivative.  In an amide, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a carbonyl group.  The general structural formula of amide can be given as shown below,

Organic And Biological Chemistry, Chapter 6, Problem 6.9EP , additional homework tip  8

The difference between amine and amide is that in amine, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a hydrocarbon chain.  In case of amides, the nitrogen atom is bonded to a carbonyl group.

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