AMINES

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  • Created on: 22-03-15 16:54

1. larger amines (>5 Carbons) are not soluble in water due to

  • increased chain length- vdw forces too weak to separate h20 molecules
  • decreased chain length- more vdw forces present
  • size- too big to be dissolved
  • carbons repel the water molecules
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2. amines with fewer than 5 carbons are

  • soluble in water
  • insoluble in water

3. tertiary amines have boiling points similar to those of

  • hydrocarbons
  • alkyls
  • carbonyls

4. in amines, the N is attached to one or more

  • H20 molecules
  • carbon containg groups
  • OH groups

5. Amines are derivatives of

  • amides
  • ammonia
  • esters
  • alcohols

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