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Question 1: The atoms of functional groups are linked to each other and to the rest of the molecule by ________.
Covalent bondChemical bondMetallic bondAromaticity

Question 2: Compounds that contain Nitrogen in this category may contain C-O bonds, such as in the case of ________.
AmidePyridineAmineAlcohol

Question 3: For example, to synthesize iso-octane (the 8-carbon ideal ________) from the unfunctionalized alkane isobutane (a 4-carbon gas), isobutane is first dehydrogenated into isobutene.
Diesel fuelGasolineInternal combustion engineFilling station

Question 4: This contains the ________ functional group and can now dimerize with another isobutene to give iso-octene, which is then catalytically hydrogenated to iso-octane using pressured hydrogen gas.
AlkeneEthyleneAlkaneAlkyne

Question 5: And all of these are called radicals, by a meaning of the term radical that predates the ________.
Oxidative stressOxygenAntioxidantRadical (chemistry)

Question 6: A ligand such as an ________ fragment is synthesized onto the amine, and a metal cation is complexed into the EDTA fragment.
AspirinDipyridamoleEDTAWarfarin

Question 7: Combining the names of functional groups with the names of the parent ________ generates a powerful systematic nomenclature for naming organic compounds.
AlkyneAlkaneAlkeneAlcohol

Question 8: For example, an ________ is divided into an alcohol and an acyl moiety, but has an ester functional group.
AmineEsterAlkaneCarboxylic acid

Question 9: The first ________ atom after the carbon that attaches to the functional group is called the alpha carbon; the second, beta carbon, the third, gamma carbon, etc.
AluminiumCarbonUraniumOxygen

Question 10: In the formulas, the symbols R and R' usually denote an attached hydrogen, or a ________ side chain of any length, but may sometimes refer to any group of atoms.
PropaneAlkanePetroleumHydrocarbon
















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