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Amines:


Classification


ammonia, primary, secondary, terteriary, 4




(Howis amine classification different than Carbon?)

Amines:


Nomenclature

Start from the N when numbering

Amines: physical properties




geomerty -> what does l.p. do?


ex. R3N



NOT chiral bc of inversion




NOT chiral bc of inversion

Amines: physical properties




H-bonding




(what classifications are better?)

higher b.p. the more h-bonding the molecule has


higher b.p. the more h-bonding the molecule has

Amines: physical properties




Low molecular weight

Amines: basicity




good bases

Amines: basicity



not so good bases

What are more basic? Anilines or alkyl amines




why



resonance makes it less basic




resonance makes it less basic

can change basicity by _______?

Amines:




a good base is the conj base of a _____

a good base is the conj base of a weak acid

a good base is the conj base of a weak acid



Good acids ( low pka) give what kind of conj base?




decent acids give what kind of conj base?




mild acids, .... weak acids.... really weak acids (high pka)?

can use basicity to separate from neutral organic compound:




Amine + Neutral compound --> (2) ether and aqueous --->, aqueous ---> (2)




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