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Bocknack CH 310M/318M Fall 2008 Graded Homework Problem #11 – Answer Key Deadline : 3:00 p.m., Thursday, 10/16/08 LATE WORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED OR GRADED!!! This problem is worth a total of 20 raw points. In parts (a) and (b) below, predict the products of the most likely Brønsted–Lowry acid–base reaction. Write the products in the appropriate boxes. If a product is a resonance hybrid, it is only necessary to draw one of the important contributing resonance structures. Then, indicate whether the equilibrium will favor the reactants or whether the equilibrium will favor the products by placing the symbol “X” in the appropriate box. You will probably find it helpful to refer to Table 4.1 and/or Appendix 2 in your textbook as you think about how to answer these questions! In part (c), you will need to decide which proton is most acidic, and you should also draw the curved arrows on
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Unformatted text preview: the reactants side of the equilibrium which show how electron pairs move in forming the products that you draw! Once again, Table 4.1/Appendix 2 will be very helpful!!! (a) (6 points) C C CH 3 CH 2 H + H + CONJUGATE ACID CONJUGATE BASE REACTANTS are favored at equilibrium PRODUCTS are favored at equilibrium (b) (6 points) + + CONJUGATE ACID CONJUGATE BASE REACTANTS are favored at equilibrium PRODUCTS are favored at equilibrium H O H N H H H (c) (8 points) + + CONJUGATE ACID CONJUGATE BASE REACTANTS are favored at equilibrium PRODUCTS are favored at equilibrium H O O H H OH DRAW CURVED ARROWS!!! H H C C CH 3 CH 2 pK a = 25 pK a = 35 H O H H N H H pK a = 4-5 pK a = -1.74 O O H OH pK a = 15.7 pK a = 23-25...
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