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A fatty acid; phosphorus "R" represents trichloride an alkyl chain ► R-C-CI R-C an acyl chloride R-COOH + SOCI2 + POCI + HCI phosphoryl chloride ► R - C O - C I + S0 2 + HCI thionyl chloride An acyl group is the moiety of an organic acid without the carboxylic hydroxyl. , are acyl halides. , amines, alcohols, phenols). Hypothetically, organic anhydrides may be regarded as resulting from the elimination of the elements of one molecule of water from two carboxyl groups of organic acids : 0 R-C 0 SX \ r 04-H -A 0 II 0 II > R-C-O-C-R C-R + H30 H-0 ■ In practice anhydrides are synthesized by reaction of the acyl halide with an alkali salt of the acid : R-CO-CI Na-r-OOC-R > R-CO-0-CO-R + NaCI This procedure permits the synthesis of mixed anhydrides, joining different acyl groups.
Chemical Properties of Double and Triple Bonds | 29 with double bonds, for example : HC=C-CH3 HCEEC-CH2-CH3 propyne or methylacetylene 1 -butyne or ethylacetylene HCEEC-C^CH HCEEC-CH=CH2 butadiyne or diacetylene butenyne or vinylacetylene The group H C ^ C — is termed ethinyl and the group H C ^ C — C H 2 — propargyl. 22 A REACTIONS OF ALKENES AND ALKYNES The double and triple bonds are endowed with special properties. Both readily take up atoms or groups and thus revert to the single bond. " Below are given some typical reactions of ethylene and acetylene : |_| HCEECH - ^ CH 2 =CH 2 - ^ CH3-CH3 CH 2 =CH 2 - ^ CH 2 Br-CH 2 Br HCEECH - ^ CHBr=CHBr - ^ - > CHBr 2 -CHBr 2 CH 2 =CH 2 - ^ CH 3 -CH 2 Br HC^CH - ^ CH 2 =CHBr - ^ CH 2 =CH 2 , -^£-> CH3-CH2-OH catalyst H C - C H H 2 so 4 +Hg^ ) ethyl alcohol [CH2=CH-OH] J î ?
Unlike diethyl ether, ethylene oxide reacts with hydrochloric acid to form ethylene chlorohydrin. Epoxides form addition compounds with a great variety of organic compounds having reactive hydrogen atoms. For example, ethylene oxide can yield the following : /CH2-CH2-OH ^HO-CH 2 -CH 2 -OH CH0-CH0 CI-L-CI-L2 I 2 I 2 OH O-R jß-hydroxyethylalkyl ether s / 0 diethylene glycol C H2. 3 Some Important Functional Groups and Their Reactions | 47 Ethers form explosive peroxides with hydrogen peroxide or on prolonged standing in air.