Structure and reactivity in organic chemistry are studied in this chapter: the three classes of reagents (Bronsted acids/bases, Lewis acids/bases, nucleophile/electrophile), the chemical functional groups, the naming of alkanes (an example of naming in organic chemistry), introduction to isomerism. A Bronsted acid is a proton donor.
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