Ch. 12 Alkenes, Alkynes, and Aromatic Compounds

The compound 1-butyne containsa triple bond
Which of the following is the IUPAC name for the compound?1-bromo-3-methylcyclohexene
Name this compound.3-ethyl-3-methyl-1-hexene
An unsaturated compound alwayscontains at least one double or triple bond.
Which of the following names are correct?1-chloro-3-propylbenzene
The compound below is namedbenzene
What is the name of the compound shown below?trans-2-pentene
Which of the following compounds has the smallest number of hydrogen atoms?butyne
What is the IUPAC name for the following compound?4-chloro-4,5-dimethyl-2-hexene
A hydrocarbon with a double bond is a/analkene
The name of the compound shown below ism-ethyltoluene.
Small molecules that make up the repeat unit in polymers is calledmonomers.
The IUPAC name for ethylene isethene.
The structural formula for benzene is often represented as aring of six carbon atoms with a circle in the center.
Which of the following names are correct?3-ethyl-1-heptene
The major product of reaction of 3-methyl-2-pentene with HCl is3-chloro-3-methylpentane.
Insects communicate with chemicals calledpheromones.
When naming an alkene, the parent chain is the longest carbon chainthat contains both atoms of the double bond.
What is the molecular formula of benzene?C?H?
The odors you associate with lemons, oranges, roses, and lavender are due toalkenes.
The reaction of Hydrogen (H?) and propene using a platinum catalyst is calledhydrogenation.
The reactants needed to produce the compound chlorocyclopentane arecyclopentene and HCl.
Long-chain molecules that consist of many repeating units calledpolymers.
The synthetic polymer polyethylene is unreactive because it issaturated.
According to Markovnikov’s rule, the hydrogen in HCl adds to the carbon in the double bondthat has the greater number of hydrogen atoms attached.
All of the carbon-carbon bonds in benzene areidentical
The hydrogenation of an alkene give a/analkane
How many isomers are there for C?H?Cl??2
The IUPAC name of CH?CH = CHCH? is2-butene.
Some alkenes have cis-trans isomers becausethe carbon atoms in the double bond cannot rotate.
Organic compounds with double or triple bonds are classified asunsaturated compounds
A compound that contains the ring structure of benzene is called a/anaromatic compound.
Alkenes and alkynes are called unsaturated compounds becausethey have fewer hydrogen atoms attached to the carbon chain than alkanes.
How many isomers are there for dibromobenzene?three
What is the condensed structural formula of the compound propene?CH?CH = CH?
What is the name of the compound below?2-chlorotoluene
The reaction of cyclohexene and Cl? yields1,2-dichlorocyclohexane.
Which of the following compounds is an alkyne?CH?CH?C ? CH
The IUPAC name for CH?CH?C ? CCH? is2-pentyne.
The reaction of an alkene and water in the presence of an acid catalyst to produce an alcohol is calledhydration.
Which of the following is a naturally occurring polymer (not a synthetic polymer)?DNA.