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Chapter 9

CHEM 272 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Reagent, Sodium Hydroxide, PropeneExam

21 pages79 viewsSummer 2018

Department
Chemistry
Course Code
CHEM 272
Professor
Jake Zimmerman
Chapter
9

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Which of the following compounds is (are) primary alcohols?
Only I
Only II
Only I and II
Only II and III
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Which of the following compounds are ethers?
Only I and II
Only III and IV
Only I, II, and III
I, II, III, and IV
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Which of the following compounds are epoxides?
Only I and III
Only III and IV
Only I, III, and IV
I, II, III, and IV
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Which of the following explains why epoxides are much more reactive than ethers?
The C-O-C bond angle of an epoxide is 109°, making epoxides to have angle strain.
The oxygen atom of an epoxide is
sp2
hybridized.
The C-O-C bond angle of an epoxide is 120°, making epoxides to have angle strain.
The C-O-C bond angle of an epoxide is 60°, making epoxides to have angle strain.
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