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What functional groups do I need to know for the MCAT?

For the MCAT, you need to know the 4 organic acid functional groups. These are the carboxylic acid, phenol, alcohol, and alpha hydrogen from carbonates.

What are common reagents?

Common Chemical Reagents

  • Caustic Potash. Caustic potash is another name for potassium hydroxide (KOH).
  • Caustic Soda. Caustic soda, also known as sodium hydroxide (NaOH), caustic, and lye, is a strong metallic base.
  • Chlorine Dioxide.
  • Citric Acid.
  • Iodophors.
  • Lysozyme.
  • Ozone.
  • Peroxyacetic acid.

Is organic chemistry hard?

Organic chemistry is one of the hardest science subjects. Its failure and retake rates are high, and its class grade average is low. It’s also very time-consuming, difficult to apply, and heavy on theoretical detail. If you haven’t done a general chemistry course first, you could really struggle.

What does AC stand for in chemistry?

Infobox references. In organic chemistry, acetyl is a moiety, the acyl with chemical formula CH3CO. It is sometimes represented by the symbol Ac (not to be confused with the element actinium). The acetyl group contains a methyl group single-bonded to a carbonyl.

What are the first 5 alkenes?

The following is a list of the first 9 alkenes:

  • Ethene (C2H4)
  • Propene (C3H6)
  • Butene (C4H8)
  • Pentene (C5H10)
  • Hexene (C6H12)
  • Heptene (C7H14)
  • Octene (C8H16)
  • Nonene (C9H18)

What is the most important reaction of alkene?

The most characteristic reaction of alkenes is addition to the carbon–carbon double bond in such a way that the pi bond is broken and, in its place, sigma bonds are formed to two new atoms or groups of atoms.

What is the hardest part of Ochem?

the hardest part about organic chem II is the number of reactions u will need to memorize at the end. I counted as many 500 reactions with over 100 mechanisms.