Chapter2a-problems - Ammonia is more polar N N vs NH 3 ydrogen sulfide is more polar CH s H-Hydrogen sulfide is more polar CH 4 vs H S H 2

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Chapter 2 Problems (Assigned: 1, 3, 4, 6-10, 12-15, 18) ook: (Ch 2 Prob 1) Book: (Ch. 2, Prob. 1) Identify the potential hydrogen-bond donors and acceptors: O NH 2 Donor Acceptor cceptor Donor Acceptor N N H N H C COO- OH 6 1 1 3 7 Acceptor Acceptor onor Acceptor N H N N H 2 N H O H 2 NH 3 + 9 Donor Donor Acceptor Donor Acceptor Donor Donor 1
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Chapter 2 Prob. 2, Companion Which gas in each of the following pairs would you expect to be more soluble in water? a). Oxygen and carbon dioxide b). Nitrogen and ammonia Carbon dioxide is more polar; O=O vs. O=C=O mmonia is more polar; N Nvs NH c). Methane and hydrogen sulfide
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Unformatted text preview: Ammonia is more polar; N ≡ N vs. NH 3 ydrogen sulfide is more polar; CH s. H- -Hydrogen sulfide is more polar; CH 4 vs. H S H 2 Chapter 2, Briggs problem 1). In the molecular structure below, match up the functional group type in the list to the left with the molecule on the right. • Hydroxyl mino Amino Sulfhydryl Hydroxyl OH • Amino • Sulfhydryl • Carboxyl CH 2 SH N H 2 • A c y l • E s t e r Acyl Amido O O • A c y l • E t h e r Ether NH 2 C H 2 O CH H 3 • A m ido 3...
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2010 for the course BCHS BCHS 3304 taught by Professor Legge during the Spring '09 term at University of Houston.

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Chapter2a-problems - Ammonia is more polar N N vs NH 3 ydrogen sulfide is more polar CH s H-Hydrogen sulfide is more polar CH 4 vs H S H 2

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