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ERRATA Organic Chemistry, 5th Edition, by Marc Loudon Date of this release: September 28, 2009 (Items marked with (*) were corrected in the second printing.) Chapter 1 p. 2 In Eq 1.1, the formulas of both the reactant and product should be CH 4 N 2 O. *p. 15 In line 7 in the section on Bond Angle, the italicized word electron should be plural, i.e., electrons. *p. 43 In Problem 1.32, the bond angle of H 2 O should be 104.5°. p. 44 In Problem 1.35(a), rule 2, replace l with m l . *p. 44 In the last line of Problem 1.42, the word “dipolemoment” should be two words, i.e., “dipole moment.” Chapter 2 *p. 67 The second word of Section 2.5 should be plural, to read: “Some alkanes …” *p. 76 The oxygens in Eq. 2.2 should be balanced. The equation should read: *p. 77 In Problem 2.21, change “in” to “is” to read: “gasoline is burned.” Chapter 3 *p. 107 The second column header of Table 3.2 should be kcal mol –1 , not kJ mol –1 . p. 111 In Eq. 3.34, the second structure in the brackets has an extra electron pair on the carbonyl oxygen. This equation should be *p. 117 The number of Problem 3.27 should be boldface color. That is, the solution to this problem is in the Study Guide Solutions Manual. p. 119 In Problem 3.32, the part designation (a) should be boldface blue, because the answer to this part is found in the Study Guide and Solutions Manual. Chapter 4 *p. 131 In Problem 4.1, replace the word “stereo” with “stereoisomers,” to read: “… can exist as double- bond stereoisomers?”
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Fifth Edition Text Errata, September 28, 2009, p. 2 *p. 138 In the second line of last paragraph of Study Problem 4.7, the name should be (2 E ,4 Z )-3-isopropyl- 2,4-hexadiene (not pentadiene). *p. 139 In Eq. 4.7, delete one of the “2 C ” terms in the numerator; the numerator should be 2 C + 2 + N H . *p. 140 In the second line below the first display in Sec. 4.4, delete the word “alkenes” after the words “molecular weight,” to read: “The alkenes of lower molecular weight are gases…” *p. 141 In the first paragraph of Sec. 4.5, second-to-last line, insert a space so that “anamount” is changed to “an amount.” *p. 143 In Problem 4.15, the callout should be to Further Exploration 4.2, not 4.1. p. 173 In the third line of the first bulleted point in the left column, the word “stereoisomers” is misspelled. Chapter 5 *p. 222 In Problem 5.41, add the phrase “to alkenes,” so that the opening sentence reads: “Free-radical addition of thiols (molecules with the general structure RSH) to alkenes is a well-known …” In Problem 5.41(a), the ± H values of ethanethiol and . SH are standard heats of formation,—that is, the symbol used should be ± H f ° . (For guidance, match the symbol in the colored problem box on the top of p. 147.) *p. 225 In Problem 5.52, the formula of compound B is wrong; it should be C 6 H 12 instead of C 4 H 8 . Chapter 7 *p. 280 In Problem 7.2, second line, change 7.3 kJ mol –1 to 7.4 kJ mol –1 for consistency with the rest of the chapter.
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