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The butyl and propyl alcohols described as secondary contain the = C H O H group and tertiary butyl alcohol has the = C O H group. Thus, whilst all alcohols have the typical hydroxyl group and behave in the same way as methyl and ethyl alcohols with phos phorus halides, acids and sodium (p. 50), there are in fact 54 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY three typical groups with different oxidation products, thus: Primary —CH 2OH Secondary = C H O H Tertiary ==COH —CHO, an aldehyde (p. 58) = C O , a ketone (p. 58) breaks down into a mixture of acid, ketone and carbon dioxide In addition to isomerism within the alcohol series, the alcohols are in general isomeric with the ethers.
For example, there are seven substances, ethers and alcohols, having the molecular formula C 4 H 1 0O . ^Ηδ·0·ΰ2Η5 CH 3*0*C 3H 7 C4H9OH Diethyl ether Methyl propyl ether (two forms) Butyl alcohol (four forms) 6 Aldehydes and Ketones ALDEHYDES and ketones are the first oxidation products of primary and secondary alcohols respectively (p. 54). Η I CH 3CH 2—C—O Η I Η i W± -y CHoCH,—C=0 3 2 Propionaldehyde Η Primary propyl alcohol CH 3 I CH 3 I CH3—C—OjH J Η > C H 3 —IC 0 = Dimethyl ketone or acetone j Secondary propyl alcohol The structures of the two oxidation products illustrate the general characteristics of their respective families.
C H 2= C H 2 ΐ ΐ > C H 2O H C H 2O H Ethylene glycol Η (water) O (KMn0 4) The addition of sulphuric acid and of water are important industrially (pp. 50, 122). OH Homologous series of the acetylenes (alkynes), C n H 2 n_ 2 The relationship between this series and the two series already discussed is shown on p. 25. The typical group is the acetylenic treble bond C=C, as illustrated by the following structural formulae. Observe that the names used here are in accordance with the systematic method for substitution compounds (p.