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1. Give structural formulas for the following compounds:
a) 2-methyl 3-pentaone
b) propyl ethanoate
c) 3-hexanol
d) 2,2-dimethylbutanol
e) triethylamine

2. Draw structural formulas for all the alcohols that have the molecular formula C5H11OH. Name each one and classify them as primary, secondary, or tertiary alcohols. Describe how they are formed and give two uses for this type of alcohol.

3. Write balanced equations to show the formation of each of the following compounds. Name the reactants in each case, and show clearly the removal of the water molecule.
a) butyl propanoate
b) propyl methanoate

4. Distinguish between an addition polymer and a condensation polymer, and give an example of each.

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