Flashcards in Orgo Deck (15):
Unique molecules with the same molecular formula
Different spatial orientations of the same molecule
Same molecular formula but different bond-to-bond connectivity
Molecules that differ from their reflections
Molecules with the same molecular formula and the same bond-to-bond connectivity but are not the same compound
Same molecular formula, same bond-to-bond connectivity, are mirror images of each other, but not same molecule
Have the same molecular formula, same bond-to-bond connectivity, are not mirror images of each other, and not same compound
Compound that has plane of symmetry through center which are mirror images of each other
Place in order of stability: primary, secondary, tertiary radicals
Primary < secondary < tertiary
For alkanes, the smaller the MW, the smaller the _____
What type of addition is H2 addition?
As the heat of hydration rises, what happens to a compound's overall stability?
Becomes less stable
What do SN2 reaction rates depend upon?
Concentration of both nucleophile and electrophile
What do SN1 reaction rates depend upon?
Concentration of only electrophile