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ERRATA Organic Chemistry, 5th Edition, by Marc Loudon Date of this release: August 18, 2010 (Items marked with (*) were corrected in the second printing. Items marked with (†) were corrected in the third printing.) How do I know what printing I have? Look at the reverse side of the title page, where you will see all sorts of publication information. On the last line, you will see a series of digits. These digits will end with the number of your printing. Thus, 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 is a first printing; 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 is a second printing; and 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 is a third printing. Chapter 1 p. 2 In Eq 1.1, the formulas of both the reactant and product should be CH 4 N 2 O. *p. 15 In line 7 in the section on Bond Angle, the italicized word electron should be plural, i.e., electrons. *p. 43 In Problem 1.32, the bond angle of H 2 O should be 104.5°. p. 44 In Problem 1.35(a), rule 2, replace l with m l . *p. 44 In the last line of Problem 1.42, the word “dipolemoment” should be two words, i.e., “dipole moment.” Chapter 2 *p. 67 The second word of Section 2.5 should be plural, to read: “Some alkanes …” *p. 76 The oxygens in Eq. 2.2 should be balanced. The equation should read: *p. 77 In Problem 2.21, change “in” to “is” to read: “gasoline is burned.” Chapter 3 *p. 107 The second column header of Table 3.2 should be kcal mol –1 , not kJ mol –1 . p. 111 In Eq. 3.34, the second structure in the brackets has an extra electron pair on the carbonyl oxygen. This equation should be *p. 117 The number of Problem 3.27 should be boldface color. That is, the solution to this problem is in the Study Guide Solutions Manual.
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Fifth Edition Text Errata, August 18, 2010, p. 2 p. 119 In Problem 3.32, the part designation (a) should be boldface blue, because the answer to this part is found in the Study Guide and Solutions Manual. Chapter 4 *p. 131 In Problem 4.1, replace the word “stereo” with “stereoisomers,” to read: “… can exist as double- bond stereoisomers?” *p. 138 In the second line of last paragraph of Study Problem 4.7, the name should be (2 E ,4 Z )-3-isopropyl- 2,4-hexadiene (not pentadiene). *p. 139 In Eq. 4.7, delete one of the “2 C ” terms in the numerator; the numerator should be 2 C + 2 + N H . *p. 140 In the second line below the first display in Sec. 4.4, delete the word “alkenes” after the words “molecular weight,” to read: “The alkenes of lower molecular weight are gases…” *p. 141 In the first paragraph of Sec. 4.5, second-to-last line, insert a space so that “anamount” is changed to “an amount.” p. 143 In Problem 4.13a, the value –4.14 should be –4.13 kJ mol –1 . *p. 143
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