Corrections to Textbook Errata_SGSM5E

Corrections to Textbook Errata_SGSM5E - ERRATA Study Guide...

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ERRATA Study Guide and Solutions Manual, Fifth Edition by Marc Loudon and Joseph G. Stowell to accompany Organic Chemistry, 5th Edition, by Marc Loudon Date of this release: July 14, 2009 Chapter 13 p. 267 In the comment below the solution to Problem 13.13, the cross-reference for more precise chemical- shift estimates should be to Further Exploration 13.1 on p. 259. p. 280 In the solution to Problem 13.60, the answer to part (b) is missing, and is as follows: The two lines at low temperature have different intensities because the diastereomers are present in different amounts. The intensity of each resonance is proportional to the amount of the conformation of which it is characteristic. A priori, if the conformations are equally probable, the resonance of the conformations with the gauche methyl groups should be twice as strong as that of the conformation with anti methyls. The actual intensities will likely differ from this 2:1 ratio in accordance with the relative stabilities of the conformations. Chapter 19
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