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fall05org1q2 - Fall 05: Quiz 2 Ch 4-6 20points Name If you...

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Fall 05: Quiz 2 Ch 4-6 20points N a m e If you do not want your graded quiz placed in the box outside my office, then please check here (1-10) are True or False. 1) Change in Gibbs Free Energy = T Δ S - 4( Δ H) 2 2) Activation energy barriers dictate how fast a reaction proceeds. 3) An optically active mixture contains different amounts of R and S enantiomers. 4) An increase in disorder means Δ S is positive. 5) The larger the bond dissociation energy of a bond, the harder it is to break. 6) This molecule has more than two chiral centers. H Br 7) “Mechanism” is the study of the step-by-step movement of electrons that describes the process of a reaction. 8) These compounds are the same. F Br CH 3 H H Br F CH 3 9) S N 1 and E1 reactions always involve a carbocation intermediate. 10) An elimination is a reaction where a nucleophilic species replaces another group or atom in a molecule.
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course CHEM 250 taught by Professor Burche during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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fall05org1q2 - Fall 05: Quiz 2 Ch 4-6 20points Name If you...

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