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Unformatted text preview: Chem 109 A 1. Predict the products of the following reactions. Label the acids, bases and conjugates. Determine the direction the equilibrium wili favor. a. CHgoH "“ NH3 ‘9 b. CchOOH + NHch3 9 2. Predict the products of the following reactions. Label the acids and bases. CS. BFg 4‘ NH3 "'9 b. CH30H + AlCl3 -> 3. Rank the foliowing in order of reiative acidity. H25 HCl H20 NH3 HBr 4. Rank the following aicohois in order of relative F.acidity XOR/v0” /‘\/"” N0“ 5. Rank the following hydrocarbons' In order of relative acidity. wx/x 6. Determine ihe favored structure at equilibrium and the relative ratio or percentage for each of the following a. CH3COOH (pKa: 4. 76) at pH: 6. 76 b. CH3NH3 (Pko= 10) at pH: 7 c. HCN (pKa = 9.1) at pH :91 E-mail‘. [email protected] Office Hours: T/R 11'12 5R8 3227 wwwcIas.ucsb.edu/3taff/terri ...
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