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    (Original post by Zzzyax)
    alkenes addition polymerisation happens :eek:
    addition, 1 type of monomer is repeated, condensation can have 1 or 2 types
    addition, addition of monomers across the c=c double bond, condensation: ester/amide linkage formed,water molecules released for every linkage formed, in condensation, but not for addition
    yes. pretty much, why all the sad faces?

    does

    4-benzyl ethyl aldehyde sound correct as a name
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    yes. pretty much, why all the sad faces?

    does

    4-benzyl ethyl aldehyde sound correct as a name
    sounds a bit suspect to me, so theres like a ethane molecule with a aldehyde group and a benzene group but how can it be on 4position,

    or is it a benzene molecule with ethyl group on 4 position , and an aldehyde on position 4 or something, no this name is unclear, do you mean,

    1- ethyl, 4 methanal, benzene
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    (Original post by Zzzyax)
    sounds a bit suspect to me, so theres like a ethane molecule with a aldehyde group and a benzene group but how can it be on 4position,

    or is it a benzene molecule with ethyl group on 4 position , and an aldehyde on position 4 or something, no this name is unclear, do you mean,

    1- ethyl, 4 methanal, benzene
    Because I did question 2 on page 103, I got the structure but I dont know how to name it ?
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    Because I did question 2 on page 103, I got the structure but I dont know how to name it ?
    1-ethyl,4-formylbenzene

    or

    1-ethyl,4-oxobenzene

    have to use a prefix for naming the aldehyde because benzene goes on the end
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    Because I did question 2 on page 103, I got the structure but I dont know how to name it ?

    but you probably wont be asked to name something as complicated as that
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    (Original post by Zzzyax)
    but you probably wont be asked to name something as complicated as that
    formyl , I never heard of that?:confused: I hope not!

    OK


    In a carbon -13, chemical shift why is it that some atoms or groups of atom have different chemical shifts (2)
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    formyl , I never heard of that?:confused: I hope not!

    OK


    In a carbon -13, chemical shift why is it that some atoms or groups of atom have different chemical shifts (2)
    different electronegativities, means different exitation and relaxation energies of out electrons, (work function energy changes), when the radio wave hits the valency electrons the energy gap is equal to the quantum tunneling z., where z is a function of x. anyway when the radio wave photon(quanta of electromagnetic radiation) changes the alignment switches direction, relative to the magnetic field
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    (Original post by Zzzyax)
    different electronegativities, means different exitation and relaxation energies of out electrons, (work function energy changes), when the radio wave hits the valency electrons the energy gap is equal to the quantum tunneling z., where z is a function of x. anyway when the radio wave photon(quanta of electromagnetic radiation) changes the alignment switches direction, relative to the magnetic field
    Impressive!!

    I was only looking for the key word electronegativities, do we need to know all of that in detail, does it say in book. Cause in examiner tip said you will not be examined in nuclear shiedling,nuclear spin,resosnance and shielding
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    Impressive!!

    I was only looking for the key word electronegativities, do we need to know all of that in detail, does it say in book. Cause in examiner tip said you will not be examined in nuclear shiedling,nuclear spin,resosnance and shielding

    alright i had a quick question , in C-13 NMR can the peak height be used to determine the number of carbon atoms in that environment?

    because on page 87 peak appears to be proportional to number of cs in that environment while on previous page, it says unfortunately peak tells nothing about number of c's in that environment.

    your thoughts?
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    (Original post by Zzzyax)
    alright i had a quick question , in C-13 NMR can the peak height be used to determine the number of carbon atoms in that environment?

    because on page 87 peak appears to be proportional to number of cs in that environment while on previous page, it says unfortunately peak tells nothing about number of c's in that environment.

    your thoughts?
    I have to agree with the first one, the peak dont mean anything, , the important aspects are the chemical shifts and the type of carbon environment by looking at the number of peaks. In the exam, often they tell you the formula of the structure and we have to use it to find potential structures.
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    I have to agree with the first one, the peak dont mean anything, , the important aspects are the chemical shifts and the type of carbon environment by looking at the number of peaks. In the exam, often they tell you the formula of the structure and we have to use it to find potential structures.

    what does chiral pool synthesis mean?
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    (Original post by Zzzyax)
    what does chiral pool synthesis mean?
    is it the carbon atom that is attached to 4 different atoms or groups, and that the only pharmological active one that displays less side effect is formed? So, only one of the beneficial stereoisomer is made?
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    is it the carbon atom that is attached to 4 different atoms or groups, and that the only pharmological active one that displays less side effect is formed? So, only one of the beneficial stereoisomer is made?
    sort of correct, enzymes used to make a pool of single optical isomers that can then be used to make the drug
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    is it the carbon atom that is attached to 4 different atoms or groups, and that the only pharmological active one that displays less side effect is formed? So, only one of the beneficial stereoisomer is made?

    1) uses of polyamides
    2) observations during reduction of aldehydes
    3) can you drink D2O and what does it taste like?
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    good luck everyone getting A* in this exam
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    (Original post by Zzzyax)
    1) uses of polyamides
    2) observations during reduction of aldehydes
    3) can you drink D2O and what does it taste like?
    1) bulletproof vests and protective helments in crash driving

    2) goes from organe to green


    3) Yes you can drink D2O because when you first consume alcohol, and then take D2O , there is a reaction that takes place in the body in which the D2O exchanges the hydrogen in OH with D and so results in less damage to liver as the OH in hydrogen is removed.
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    1) bulletproof vests and protective helments in crash driving

    2) goes from organe to green


    3) Yes you can drink D2O because when you first consume alcohol, and then take D2O , there is a reaction that takes place in the body in which the D2O exchanges the hydrogen in OH with D and so results in less damage to liver as the OH in hydrogen is removed.
    no observations, with reduction, with the oxidiation its orange to green

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    (Original post by Zzzyax)
    no observations, with reduction, with the oxidiation its orange to green

    clever clog you tricked me !

    ok

    Name two compounds that can be easily from benzene (2)
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    clever clog you tricked me !

    ok

    Name two compounds that can be easily from benzene (2)
    nitrobenezene, bromobenzene?
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    nitrobenezene, bromobenzene?
    no, it should be phenil,ethylbenzene, styrene
 
 
 
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