THANK YOU SO MUCH! I have a final next week in chemistry and if your available I would like your help!1.CH3CH=CHCH3 H2 ? CH3CH2CH2CH3How would this reaction best be classified by type? A.hydrogenation. B.combustion. C.substitution. D.addition. E.none of the above2.When we name disubstituted benzenes there is another way to name them besides the conventional numbering of carbons. For example “1 2” substitution for such a compound would also be known as A.meta substitution. B.para substitution. C.ortho substitution. D.isomer substitution. E.none of the above3. We discussed various types of organic reactions such as hydrogenation substitution etc. With those in mind what would be formed from the reaction C2H6 Cl2–> ?? A.C2H5Cl HCl B.C2H6Cl2 C.C2H4Cl2 H2 D.all of the above E.none of the above4. We discussed benzene rings in this lesson. So consider the compound chlorobenzene. How many carbon atoms would it have? A.5 B.1 C.7 D.6 E.none of the above5. Suppose you have these straight chain alkanes: C5H12 C6H14 C7H16 C8H18. Which one has the highest boiling point? A.C7H16 B.C5H12 C.C8H18 D.C6H14 E.all will have the same boiling point6. Consider amino acids that are on separate chains. When their R-groups interact with one another they are holding together which type of structure? A.Primary Structure B.Secondary Structure C.Tertiary Structure D.Quaternary Structure E.Pental Structure7. Which of these would NOT be categorized under under the category of “lipids”? A.fats. B.fatty acids. C.oils. D.amino acids. E.All of the above are lipids.8. Of the choices listed below which would be classified as a polysaccharide? A.glucose. B.sucrose. C.cellulose. D.glycogen. E.both C and D9. Neighboring amino acids are attached by peptide bonds. How do these types of bonds form? A.The carboxylic acid end of one links with the carboxylic acid end of the other. B.The carboxylic acid end of one links with the carboxylic acid end of the other and eliminates a water molecule. C.The amine end of one links with the amine end of the other. D.The amine end of one links with the carboxylic acid end of the other and eliminates a water molecule. E.none of the above10. Consider amino acids that are separated by short distances on the same chain. When their R-groups interact with one another they are holding together which type of structure? A.Primary Structure B.Secondary Structure C.Tertiary Structure D.Quaternary Structure E.Pental Structure11. How are the aldehyde functional group and the carboxylic acid functional group similar? How are they different? (2) How are ketone ether and ester functional groups similar? How are they different? Be sure you provide detailed answers according to the info from the course materials.12. Suppose you have a fatty acid that has a 18 carbons in a chain. Suppose also that it is completely saturated. Will it be a solid or a liquid at room temperature? Explain why according to what we learned in this lesson.