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Topic 7 Summary: "Amines"

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Chemistry
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Chemistry 1027A/B
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Mel Usselman

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Key Concepts In Organic Chemistry: Amines (Usselman Version) -Amines have the general formula R N: where R = H, R or Ar. Each N atom in a molecular formula adds 3 1H to the saturated formula, thus, C H n 2n+2+Y y Always subtract 1H for each N atom in the molecule. -Alkyl amines are often classified as 1° (primary), 2° (secondary), 3° (tertiary) or 4° (quaternary) amines, depending on the number of C atoms bonded to the N atom. In normal 1°, 2° and 3° amines the electron pair rapidly interconverts at room temperature so that enantiomers cannot be isolated (N atoms do not normally act as stereocentres). In contrast, quaternary ammonium salts which have N atoms bonded to four different groups are chiral (exist as two non-interconverting enantiomers). -The names of the alkyl substituents are in alphabetical order before the word “amine” when naming amines. When naming an NH substit2ent on a given compound, it is named “amino.” Organic compounds that contain small amounts of N (weak bases) were known as alkaloids. -Though the N-H bond in amines are polar and there intermolecular bonding observed in 1° and 2° amines, the H-bonds are weaker than in alcohols because of the reduced electronegativity in nitrogen in comparison to oxygen. Because amines have correspondingly strong conjugate acids, amines are
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