Kluger Organic Lab Final

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B-hydroxycarbonyl compound formed when an enolate ion adds to an electron deficient compounds
Used to carry out a chemical reaction at constant temperature
Liquid condensed from vapor during distillation
Removes excess acid
Food and Drug Administration
Cluster of ball with dirt and grease particles
Makes use of acidic properties of gases
Substance that provides a chemical means of communication
Hemolytic cleavage of O-O bond of benzoyl peroxide
Developing phase
Aldehyde or ketone derivative used as a detection reagent in thin layer chromatography
Mean of expressing the accuracy of a test
Substance that loses electron
Physical property of the substance under the conditions of analysis
Less electronegative element that wants to lose electrons
Removes water from liquids
Difunctional molecule containing a basic nitrogen group and acidic carboxylic acid group
Substance that reduces swelling
Biological coenzyme used to carry out an organic reaction under milder condition
Aldehyde or ketone derivative used to detect the carbonyl functionality of a ketone
In its natural position
Tests for unsaturation and forms trans 1,2 dibromo products
Causes organic layer to be less soluble in water
Any of a large class of synthetic organic dyes that contain -N=-N-
Food, drugs, and cosmetics dyes
Breaks down to produce NO2 or NO
Used to put product on the obtain IR
Reactant used to polymerize styrene
Volatile constituent of seeds, barks, roots of plants
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Substance that reduces fever
Fat or lard with three different fatty acids
Phase that doesn't move and has low affinity
Transferring a solute from one solvent to another
Water loving and charge polarized
Polyamides that have less than 50 amide links
Isomeric forms for the same structure that exist because of an alpha hydrogen transfer
tests for unsaturation and forms 1,2 diol products
Carboxylic acid salt
Hydrogens on the carbon right next to the carbonyl carbon
Formation of a bathtub ring by soaps reacting with hard water
Water fearing and nonpolar
Enzymes with large polymeric amino acid molecules
Tests for methyl ketones and acetaldehydes
Substance that gains electrons
Electron withdrawing group attached to aromatic ring
Atom that is displaced as stable species taking with it the bonding electrons
compound with a positive and negative charge on adjacent atoms
Stationary phase used in this layer chromatography
Metal ions that bind the protein to the substrate
non-halogen groups with atoms that are more electronegative than carbon
Quantity of a product found to be formed in a chemical reaction
Used when liquids aren't mutually soluble and the desired material distills at a temperature below 100
Ion with a positively charged carbon atom
Liquid mixture with a constant boiling point
Reactant that limits the amount that can be formed
Practical aspect of telling how successful the synthesis of the product my the amount produced
Reaction of bifunctional molecules with the elimination of a small molecule
Electron donating group attached to aromatic ring
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Evidence of purity for solids
Polymer formed by polymerizing the same monomer
Non-protein part of enzymes that bind to the protein substrate
Polymers formed by polymerizing two different monomers
Capable of decaying through the action of living organisms
Reaction of a fat or oil with aqueous hydroxide
Combine 2 identical molecules
Reaction of 2 free radicals to make a covalent bond and end the polymer
Tests for carboxylic acid salts
Carbanions that are formed by the reaction of base with alpha hydrogens
Substance that relieves pain
Used to detect components of a compound by the Rf values
Separates miscible liquids by differences in boiling points
To purify solids
Atoms, molecules, or ions with unpaired electrons
Reference book that classifies dyes and pigments by chemical structure
Electron pair donor
The expected amount of product
Liquid produced after filtering a suspension of a solid in a liquid
Used for compounds with high boiling point
Groups with unshared pairs of electrons that are activators
Most electronegative element that wants to gain electron
Electron pair acceptor
Free radical addition to another styrene monomer
To separate crystalline product from the 'mother liquors' which contains impurities
Formed when the monomer units add to one another
Used to prevent toxic gases from escaping by neutralizing it

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