Amines and Amides

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Amines are organic derivatives of ...
Ammonia
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What does the amide have, that allows it to act as a nucleophile, base and a ligand?
Lone Pair
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If the nitrogen atom in a amine is bonded to one alkyl chain, it is a ...
Primary Amine
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The nitrogen bonded to two alkyl chains means it is a ...
Secondary Amine
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What is a hydrogen (proton) acceptor?
Base
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When a secondary amine reacts with a halogenoalkane, what is formed?
Tertiary Amine
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When a primary amine reacts with a acyl chloride, what is formed?
Secondary Amine
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When succesive hydrogen atoms are replaced by alkyl groups.
Akylation
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The CONH bond is characteristic of what?
Amides
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Alkaline Hydrolysis of an amide leads to...
Reformation of an Amine
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Acid hydrolysis of an amide leads to...
Alkylammonium ion
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Alkylation is spelt wrong!!

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