Covalent, Carbon biochem botany 2020
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1. What is the maximum number of covalent bonds than an atom of oxygen can form?
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2. Which hydrocarbon below would contain (1) one double bond and still be built correctly?
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3. Refer to diagram 2 below. Which of the following molecules ARE built correctly?
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diagram 2
4. Which molecules would be considered isomers, below in figure 3?
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figure 3
4. Above, in figure 3, what is the correct molecular formula for the molecule in choice B?
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5. C4H6 could be the the chemical formula for: check all that apply
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9. 9.Use the electron dot diagrams below (diagram 4): If two atoms of X and Z were to covalently bond to each other, what molecule would result?
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10. If two atoms of Y could covalently bond together, what type of bond would result? Use diagram 4 above
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11. Based on your knowledge of how carbon and hydrogen form covalent bonds, which of the hydrocarbon molecules below are built correctly? see diagram 4 below
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12. A sample of vinegar has a pH of 5, and a sample of rainwater has a pH of 6. Which of the following statements best describes these two substances?
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13. Which of the molecules below would be considered an alcohol?
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diagram 5
14. What is the name of the compound with the formula CH3CH2CH3?
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15. Alcohols contain what functional group?
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16. Which of the following molecules could be built using ONLY single bonds and triple bonds?
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17. Which of the molecules below is (are) considered an Alcohol?
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