Suggested%20Problems%20_3 - 124(d), 156(j, m), 164(1a:the...

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Suggested Problems #3 for Chemistry 3A For instructions on how to interpret the numbering system below, see Suggested Problems #1. 9/14/07 From the Chemistry 3 Exambook Nomenclature and bond-line structures: 5(1a; 1b:the first two; 1c), 6(1d), 13(c), 42(1a: the third one; 1b: the first one), 84(1a: the first one; 1b: the first one), 92(b), 116(j), 123(1a: the second and third ones; 1b: the first and third; 1c),
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Unformatted text preview: 124(d), 156(j, m), 164(1a:the first and fourth; 1b: the first and fourth), 193(1a: first two; 1b:third one; 1c), 195(b,f), 222(1a: first two; 1b: last two). From Vollhardt's book. Nomenclature and bond-line structures: Chapter 2: 12, 14, 16, 17, 28 (use common names for any side chains), 30(a,c,d,f,g), 31(a-c), 33-37, 46....
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