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Chapter2a-problems - Ammonia is more polar N N vs NH 3...

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Chapter 2 Problems (Assigned: 1, 3, 4, 6-10, 12-15, 18) Book: (Ch 2 Prob 1) Book: (Ch. 2, Prob. 1) Identify the potential hydrogen-bond donors and acceptors: O H NH 2 COO Donor Acceptor Acceptor Donor Acceptor N N N H C H COO- OH 6 1 9 1 3 7 Acceptor Donor Acceptor N H N N H 2 N H O 2 NH 3 + Donor Donor Acceptor Donor Acceptor 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 C b di id i l O O O C O b). Nitrogen and ammonia Carbon dioxide is more polar; O=O vs. O=C=O Ammonia is more polar; N N vs NH c). Methane and hydrogen sulfide N vs. NH 3
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