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Morphine

My organic molecule project for organic chemistry
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Josh Baryla

on 25 April 2013

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Transcript of Morphine

N O O O towards main structure means the atom is behind structure, and out of main structure mean the atom is in front. In same plane as other atoms Morphine C17H19NO3 -Carbons that have a double bond have trigonal planar shape with bond angles of 120 degrees and sp2 hybridization
-Carbons with no double bonds have a tertrahedral shape with bond angles of 109.5 degrees and sp3 hybridization
-Oxygens have a bent shape with bond angles of 104.7 degrees and sp3 hybridization
-Nitrogen has trigonal pyrimidal shape and bond angles of 107 degrees and sp3 hybridization Morphine has 4 pi bonds and 43 sigma bonds H H H H 1 sigma bond
1 pi bond 1 sigma bond
0 pi bonds Trigonal
Planar Tetrahedral Trigonal
Pyrimidal Bent Morphine is a narcotic, which affects the central nervous system. It is able to relieve pain, fear and anxiety, as well as produce euphoria. It is also very addictive, and people build a tolerance very quickly. Morphine is still the most common drug used in the effort to relieve pain in patients. Scientists today are trying to modify its current form in order to increase its pain killing effects, while reducing its addictiveness. Goodsell, David S. "The Molecular Perspective: Morphine." The Oncologist. N.p., 1 Oct. 2004. Web. 24 Apr. 2013.
"Morphine." Infoplease. Columbia University Press, 2012. Web. 24 Apr. 2013.
PubChem. National institute of health, 16 Sept. 2004. Web. 24 Apr. 2013.
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