Preparation of 1-Bromobutane
In this experiment you will prepare 1-bromobutane (n-butyl bromide) from n-butanol (1-butanol) using a
substitution reaction under acidic conditions. This is an SN2 reaction. The mechanism is shown in Figure 7.1.
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IBDP Practical: SL Determining the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Chloride
Table of Raw Data
Mass of 150 cm3
evaporating dish (
APPLICATION QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS
15. An RNA molecule has the following percentages of bases: A = 23%, U = 42%,
C = 21%, G = 14%.
a. Is this RNA single-stranded or double-stranded? How can you tell?
The RNA molecule is likely to be single-st
Chapter Twenty-Five: Population Genetics
1. What is a Mendelian population? How is the gene pool of a Mendelian population
A Mendelian population is a group of sexually reproducing individuals mating
Chapter Twenty-Four: Quantitative Genetics
How does a quantitative characteristic differ from a discontinuous characteristic?
Discontinuous characteristics have only a few distinct phenotypes. In contrast, a