Answers to Selected Problems

Answers to Selected - Ansvers to Selected Problems These short answers are sometimes Incomplete but ¡hey shouLd put you on the right track

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Unformatted text preview: Ansvers to Selected Problems These short answers are sometimes Incomplete, but ¡hey shouLd put you on the right track. CompLete anSwers ¡o a ll problems are found In the ¢O£U¤¥ON¦ Manual. CHAPTER 1 +- ¡¢£¤ ¥¦§¨ t©ª <«¬­ ® ¯ 1§5¨ (a) C - C © ; (b) C - ª ; (c) C - « ; (d) C - ¬ ; (e) C - B ; (f) « - C © ; °±²³ ´µ¶· ¸¹º» ¼ ½ (g) « ­ ª ; (h) « ® ¬ ; (I) « - B ; ¯ ) B ° C © ; 1±6² (a) + ³ on 0; (b) + © on « , ´ © on C©; (c) + ³ on «µ ¶ © on C ·; (d) + ¸ on «aµ ¹ [ on 0; (e) + © on C; (F º » on C; (g) + © on «a, ¶ © on B; (h) + © on «a¼ ¶ · on B ; ( I) + · on 0, ¶ [ on B ; ¯ ) + [ on « ; (k) + © on K, ¶ © on 0; (I) + © on 0 ½ 1²12² (a) CH¾0¿ C3ÀÁ03; ( b ) C¾À«0¾, same; ( c ) C¾ÀÃC©¼ same; (d) C¾H3C©¼ C4ÀÄCž½ 1¨1ƨ (a) ǽÈÉ9; (b) Ê Ë ½Ì7Í 1§15§ (a) Îavors prodÏ uc¡s; (b) favors reac¡ants; (c) favorS products; (d) favors products; (e) favors products; (F favors productsÐ 1§16² Ñhere is no resonance stabilIzatIon of the posItive charge when the other oxygen atom Is pRotona¡edÒ 1±1Ó² (a) acetIc acId, ethanol, methylamIne; (b) ethoxIde, meÔhylamIne¼ ethanol½ 1±21± (a) caRbon; (b) oxygen; (c) phosphorus; (d) chlorIne. 1§28² Ñhe followIng are condensed structures that you should conveRt to ÕewIs stÖ×ctures. (a) CÀ3CH¾CÀ¾CH3 and C H 3C H Ø C H 3 Ù (b) CH3CÀ¾«H ¾ and CÀ3«ÀCH3; (c) C À ¾ØCÀ ¾0 H Ú and CÀ3CHªHCÀÛ0À and CH30CÀ¾0CH3 and others; (d) C À Û= CHªÀ and CÀ3CHªÒ ܨÆ2¨ (a) CÂH«; (b) C4ÀÝ«; (c) CÞHÝ«ª; (d) CÞÀÝ«ªZ; (e) Cß à À ¾ ß «ª; (f) CÝH ß áª ; (g) CâH ã¬03; (h) CÁHÄ03½ 1§Æƨ EmpIräcaå Îormula C3Àæ0ç molecular formula C èÀ é ê0ëÒ 1±Æ6± (a) dIìerent compounds; (b) resonance foíms; (c) resonance foîïs; (d) resonance forms; (e) dIfferð ent compounds; (Î) resonance forms; (g) resonance forms; (h) dIìerent compounds; (i) resonance forms; ¡¢ resonance foîïs½ 1²Æñ² (b) The ò « H nItrogen atom Is the most basIc. 1óô1§ (a) second; (b) õöst; (c) secð ond; (d) ÷rst; (e) ørst. 1²ôÓ² (a) C H 3C H Û0ùúIû ü CH4; (b) Methane; CH3úI Is a very strong baseÐ ý §ô8ó (a) CÝH þ¾0ÿ (b) C Ā ãH Ûā0¾' CHAPTER 2 2²2² ĂP 3 ; Two ăone paIrs compress the bond angle ¡o ³ ÇĄ½Íą. 2§ô¨ Methyl carbon; ¦P 3 , abou¡ ĆÉ9½Íą. «Itrile carbon ĂP½ © Ìćą½ «Itrile nItrogen ĂP, no bonD angle½ 2²6² Ñhe centraL carbon is ĂP, with two unhybridIzed P orbitals at rIght angăes½ Each ¡ermInal Ĉ C H Û göoup must be alIgned wIth one oĉ these P orbItaLs½ 2±ñ² CÀ3 - CÀ Ċ « - CÀ3 shows cisċ¡rans Isomerism about the C Ĉ « double bond¼ but ØC À 3 ÚC = « - CÀ 3 has two IdentIcal substItuents on the C = « carbon atom¼ and there are no cIsČtrans IsomersÒ 2²11± (a) cIsċtrans Isomers; (b) constItutIonal Isomers; (c) consčĎtuÔIonal Isomers; (d) same compound; (e) same compound;...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2010 for the course CHEM 140 taught by Professor Wade during the Spring '10 term at Whitman.

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Answers to Selected - Ansvers to Selected Problems These short answers are sometimes Incomplete but ¡hey shouLd put you on the right track

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