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Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes Nomenclature

Standard:

C.13.1. Explain how the bonding characteristics of carbon lead to a large variety of structures ranging from simple hydrocarbons to complex polymers and biological molecules.

Essential Questions:

What is a bonding characteristics?
What is meant by variety of structures?
How is carbon related to complex polymers?

Objective:

Students will be able to describe the nature of the bonds formed by carbon in alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, and aromatic compounds, and cyclic compounds.
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Students will be able to review ionic and covalent bondings, respectively.

Warm-Up:

Using Key Terms: page 704; #s. 1-10

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Write the structural formulas of the following: ethane, ethene, ethyne, methyl. ethyl, and propyl.

Guided Practice:

01. Sample Problem A; page 690-691; Practice; 1a - 1d
02. Sample Problem B; page 692; Practice; 1a - 1d
02. Section Review: page 686; #s. 1 - 8
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Sample Problem C; page 694; Practice;page 695; 1 - 4
Critical Thinking; page 686; #s. 9 - 15

Independent Practice:

Chapter Review; page 704; 11 - 19, 48, 65
Concept Mapping; page 707, # 64
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Review Handout as enclosed.
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