Vollhardt,Chapter19

Vollhardt,Chapter19 - Chapter 19: 1. What does the IUPAC...

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Chapter 19: 1. What does the IUPAC nomenclature of all carboxylic acids have in common? a. The “-yne” ending. b. The “-oic acid” ending when the chain is linear. c. The “-oic acid” ending when the chain is branched. d. The “-oic acid” ending. Answer: D 2. How do most carboxylic acids exist? a. As solids. b. In a protonated state. c. As hydrogen-bonded dimers. d. In a deprotonated state. Answer: C 3. Where in the 1H NMR does the carboxylic acid hydrogen appear? a. 14 - 16 ppm. b. 11 - 13 ppm. c. 6 - 8 ppm. d. 2 - 4 ppm. Answer: B 4. Why do electron withdrawing groups such as halogens increase acidity of carboxylic acids? a. They cause carboxylate stabilization through resonance. b. The dissociation effect. c. The resonance stabilization effect. d. The inductive effect. Answer: D 5. How can carboxylic acids be prodcued? a. Through aldehyde and primary alcohol reductions. b. Through aldehyde and alcohol oxidations. c.
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Vollhardt,Chapter19 - Chapter 19: 1. What does the IUPAC...

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