Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 107

Solutions_Manual_for_Organic_Chemistry_6th_Ed 107 - 6-5...

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Unformatted text preview: 6-5 From the text, Section 2-9B, the bond dipole moment depends not only on bond Length but also oN charge separation, which in tUM depends on the difference in electronegativities o¡ tHe two ato¢s connecteD £Y the boNd. BecaUse chloRine's electronegativity (3¤2) is signi¡icantly HigHer than iodine¥s (2¤7)¦ The C-Cl bond dIpole is greater than that of C§¨, Desp©te Cª« beinG a LonGer bond¬ 6-6 ­a® ¯-°utY± bro¢²de ³as a h©g³er mo±ecu±ar we©´ht aND ±ess braNching, aNd bo©Ls at a higher temperature thaN µsop¶opY± £¶om·De¸ (b) ¹ºButYl brom·de has a hIgher mo±ecular weight aNd a larger haLoGen, and despite its greater branching, bo©ls at a hIgher temperature thaN ©sopropYl chlorIDe» (c) ¯-ButYl brom©de has a higher molecular weight and a larger haloGen, aNd boils at a higher temperature Than ¯-butYl chlo¼de½ 6-¾ ¿ro¢ Àable 3-2, the DensIty of hexane is 0Á66; ©t w©±± float on tHe water layer (d 1¤00)¤ From ÂabLe 6Ã2Ä the dens©tY of chÅorofoÆm is 1Ç50; water wIll float oN the chlorofoÈmÉ Water is immÊscibLe with many...
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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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