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04CHM114_0416

04CHM114_0416 - CHEM fli SPRlNG 9.00 FRI APRlL l6 33 EXAM...

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Unformatted text preview: CHEM fli- SPRlNG 9.00%- FRI APRlL. l6 # 33 EXAM 3 "' MGM APRHA l? CH l0. CASES 1 ques‘h'éns‘ CH 1! Intermolecuhr Forces CH 13 3749': mq‘br‘ml Catered. in dais. \ swims Rook ad" a “Awaits”. Gm Iran- Swish“ and m S'i‘rudm‘e, a? Cuban snags. sti'wil'icms. and Phase quawaq an Tube Componen‘? Syshms (SW 0% mfure. mhriql) ions due +0 ide churns , c) polystyrene (hard, glassy, at room temperature.... party glasses... the brittle ones d) polyacrylonitrile has nitril attached to chain ...look like cya are completely harmless (until 5 incinerated) qgwlo nil-rite C Ha: Ci'g' CH1. cm W glassy polymers vs rubbery polymers Crystallinity of chain polymers (see Fig. 12.12 ‘7: cqfiq“ {Na TABLE \1 .1 W cm monom‘r gaf- CH C! dash“ m'imfln , Gav-med b1 a as” Guam” mam. Team. 39‘? “ 1‘: Lmenowr “ -c- $- c- 9- c-qé - MSW cq§a\\lfi%* I a l I 3. Co‘lfiiensatign mm , (nylon, polyesters) _ (a) principle: ioin Sana.“ mlechs chm‘ws bx; 0- ckemicmi reachén onl- q smell «waited-e, 17,0) _ «laughs v Ms class BaCkgrOUHd: Chapter 25 sections 25.2-25.6 prior organic chemistry: ('1) Hydrocarbons and the hydro- carbon cfigin : 1w“ d“ h Earaffms?fl an ‘3) . oleflns (alkenes) hwnds . alkynes (see lecture No. 15). 'l-r‘rpie bands . Hydrocarbon chains form the main part of the backbones of condensation Rolxmers Eat gm amine (- MHZ Stu-v.93 Us?” mad‘ with an a carhmyuc acid (Gem-9+9 ‘CQYM q band u; k “Hagen Quad. Q a H10 . ‘T‘r""‘"‘nu l_ HHH H'O'IQ“ 5 ‘- H10 _ (ii) functional groups V“ “W. essential role is to provide centers of chemical reaction. main actors: nfi -" H H I Q m md‘kmfl. ( MGDH" pseudohalides Skye chloiich . ’CM ° H‘M‘E‘t tqrhfir t‘n “his d125, gfi. nervoth wé‘ _C& M alcohol “3%; C H ~oH “OH 2-. s: elm! calming! cw- dhqnfl amine (weak bQSQ. 6%“ qm‘htr carboxylic acid -COOH "' $= O CH5Q°°H 6H grand; qc'xd ‘ chic. qcfcl \aasg, «he: 2‘, ll ...
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