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Foundational Chemistry Conceptreview
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by John Lundy
| 7 Questions
Note from the author:
A short assignment to review key concepts relating to the chemical properties of carb and water.
Figure 2.24 Molecules that have the same number and type of atoms arranged differently are called isomers.
(a) Structural isomers have a different covalent arrangement of atoms. (b) Geometric isomers have a different
arrangement of atoms around a double bond. (c) Enantiomers are mirror images of each other.
1
1 pt
Which of the following statements is false?

Molecules with the formulas CH3CH2COOH and C3H6O2 could be structural isomers.
Molecules must have a double bond to be cis-trans isomers.
To be enantiomers, a molecule must have at least three different atoms or groups connected to a
central carbon.
To be enantiomers, a molecule must have at least four different atoms or groups connected to a central
carbon.
2
1 pt
Each carbon molecule can bond with as many
as________ other atom(s) or molecule(s).
a. one
b. two
c. six
d. four
3
1 pt
Which of the following is not a functional group that
can bond with carbon?
a. sodium
b. hydroxyl
c. phosphate
d. carbonyl
5
1 pt
Compare and contrast saturated and unsaturated
triglycerides.

7
1 pt
Pick any 4 Functional groups, draw them and then explain what property they give to the molecule they are attached to and/or what role they play in allowing a molecule to do something.
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