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Identify Organic Compounds. (Assume As Many Hydrogen Atoms As Possible Are Attached To The Carbons) Any Number In Parenthesis ( ) Is A Subscript. TEACHERS: click here for quick copy question ID numbers.

Identify: C-C-C-C-C
a) Propane
b) Butane
c) Propene
d) Pentane

Identify: C-C-C=C
a) 1-Butene
b) 3-Butene
c) 1-Butyne
d) 3-Butane

Identify: C-C-OH
a) Ethanoic Acid
b) Ethane
c) Ethanol
d) Ethanal

Identify: C-C-C-C-O-C-C-C-C-C
a) Nonyl Ether
b) Butyl Pentyl Ether
c) Pentane Butane Ether
d) 4-Nonanone

Identify: CH(3)CHClCH(3)
a) 2-Chloropropane
b) 3-Chloropropane
c) Butane
d) Butene

Identify the Hydrocarbon that corresponds with this General Formula: C(n)H(2n-2)
a) alkane
b) alkene
c) alkyne
d) aldehyde

The prefix
a) 3 Carbon atoms
b) 4 Carbon atoms
c) 5 Carbon atoms
d) 6 Carbon Atoms

Identify: Ch(3)CH(2)NH(2)CH(2)
a) 2-Butane
b) 3-Propanamine
c) 2-Butanamine
d) 2-Propanamine

Identify the amount of hydrogen atoms in: C=C-C-C-C-C
a) 11
b) 12
c) 13
d) 14

If an organic compund had a Carbon double-bonded to an oxygen, that organic compund would be a:
a) Aldehyde
b) Ester
c) Ketone
d) Amide

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