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Answer: (22) The melting point of sodium ethanoate (sodium acetate) is much higher than that of
ethyl ethanoate (ethyl acetate), in spite of the fact that both have comparable
molecular weights. Explain in less than 20 words.
Answer: CHM1321 Practice Midterm 1 PART B:
(1) Give the IUPAC name for each of the following compounds: (a) CH3
CH3C=CH CH2 CH3 (b) OH
CH3CHCH2 CH2 CH3 (c) O
(CH3)2CHC H (d)
CH3 8 CHM1321 Practice Midterm 1 (2) Trimethylamine reacts with BF3 in an acid-base reaction to give an adduct.
(a) Write the reaction. Which is the base and which the acid? (b) Show the arrows pushing electrons for this reaction. (c) Write a carbon-centred species isoelectronic with BH3 9...
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