Exam 2 Key - 5) (26, 1 each) CIRCLE the strongest acid and...

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5) (26, 1 each) CIRCLE the strongest acid and CIRCLE the predominant factor that determines this. Compound Predominant Factor CF 3 COOH vs. CCl 3 COOH Electronegativity Inductive effect Size of anion Resoance Stabilization s-charcter in anion H 2 C=CH 2 vs. H-C≡C-H Electronegativity Inductive effect Size of anion Resoance Stabiliztion s-charcter in anion HCl vs. HBr Electronegativity Inductive effect Size of anion Resoance Stabilization s-charcter in anion Se O O HO OH vs. S O O HO OH Electronegativity Inductive effect Size of anion Resoance Stabilization s-charcter in anion Fe 3+ (aq) vs. Co 2+ (aq) Electronegativity Inductive effect Size of anion Resoance Stabilization s-charcter in anion O OH vs. OH Electronegativity Inductive effect Size of anion Resoance Stabilization s-charcter in anion CH 3 CH 2 OH vs. CH 3 CH 2 SH Electronegativity Inductive effect Size of anion Resoance Stabilization s-charcter in anion CH 3 CH 3 vs. CH 2 CH 2 Electronegativity Inductive effect Size of anion Resoance Stabilization s-charcter in anion
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NH 3 vs. NF 2 H Electronegativity Inductive effect
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CHEM 210-1 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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Exam 2 Key - 5) (26, 1 each) CIRCLE the strongest acid and...

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