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Solutions_Manual_for - ÂÃHÄÃHÄÃHÄÃHÄÃHÅ Æ ° LÇÈpenTyl ÂÃHÄÃHÄÃHÃHÅ 1 ° I ÃHÅ 3Èmethylbutyl ÃÉÅ I ÂÃHÃHÃHÅ

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3-39 continued (e) corRecT name: sEC±butylcyclohexane or ( I±methylpropyl)cycloheXAne (the longer cha²n or ring iS the bA³e name) 3-40 (f co´recT name: 1,2µdiethYlcYclopentane (poSiT²on numberS are the lowe³t po³³ible) (a) N¶Octane ha³ a h²gher bo²l²ng po·nT than ¸,¸,3-t´²methYlpentane becau³e linear Molecule³ bo·l h²gher than branched molecule³ of the SaMe Molecular We²ght (²ncreaSed van der ¹aal³ ²nterAct·on). (b) ¸µºethylnonane haS A h²gher bo²l²ng po²nT Than »¶hepTane becauSe ²t haS a S²gn²Ficantly higher molecular we²ght Than N-heptane¼ (c) N¶½ona¾e bo²l³ h²gher than 2,2,5¶Tr²MeThylhexane For the ³ame reASon AS ²n (a)¿ 3À41 Áhe po²nT of ATtachMent i³ Shown by The bold bond At the left of each St´ucture.
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