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what is primary ,secondary ,and tertiary alcohols???
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A primary alcohol has the hydroxyl group on a carbon with two hydrogens on it (the end of a chain); a secondary alcohol has the hydroxyl group on a carbon with one hydrogen on it (in the middle of a chain) and a tertiary alcohol has the hydroxyl group on a carbon with no hydrogens on it.
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  • boss
i get it ,,thanks .. u r a genius u answer all questions
anonymous
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Lol, thanks, I try my best.

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boss
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r u in fb??
anonymous
  • anonymous
Nah, I'm too busy doing science all the time :P
boss
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great i have some more doubts ......
boss
  • boss
wat is sp,sp2,sp3 hybridisation
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's to do with putting electron orbitals together: http://dl.clackamas.edu/ch106-02/typesof.htm
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thank u
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That's ok.

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