Amines and amides

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What are amine derivatives of?
ammonia
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What is one or more of the hydrogen's replaced with?
an organic (R) group
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What do amines smell of?
Fish
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Name this amine: CH3NH2
amino methane
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Name this amine: CH3CH2NH2
amino ethane
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Name this amine: CH3CH2CHNH2CH3
2-amino pentane
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The lone pair on the e- means amines are:
Soluble in water (as able to form H bonds) and are bases (can accept a proton)
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What is produced when an amine is neutralised?
Ammonium salt
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What is produced when an amine reacts with an acyl chloride?
N- substituted amide
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What is an amides functional group?
R-CONH2
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When naming an amide, what is the prefix and the suffix used?
Prefix=no carbons ... Suffix=Amide
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What is produced when an amide is hydrolysed in acidic conditions?
Carboxylic acid and ammonium salt
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Card 2

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What is one or more of the hydrogen's replaced with?

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an organic (R) group

Card 3

Front

What do amines smell of?

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Card 4

Front

Name this amine: CH3NH2

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Card 5

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Name this amine: CH3CH2NH2

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Comments

Joe Berriman

On flashcard 6 (the card order that I got it in), there are only 4 carbons so it can't be 2-amino pentane as it says on the other side. I got this as N-methyl propylamine or 2-aminobutane.

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