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Draw the Fischer projection for the D-2-ketotetrose.

Draw the Fischer projection for the D-2-ketotetrose. Switch between an aldose and a ketose by clicking on "switch carbonyl group." Add or delete carbon atoms using the add (" +") or delete ("x") buttons. Clicking on a blue box once adds a hydrogen atom (H). Clicking on a blue box again toggles between H and OH.

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Organic chemistry IUPAC nomenclature

Write down the IUPAC name of the organic compund Cl3C-CH2-CHO

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Physical Chemistry chemical equilibrium question

Dissociation of phosphorus pentachloride \(\left(P C I_{5}\right)\) is favored by-

(i)High T, High P

(ii) High T, low P

(iii) Low T, Low P

(iv) Low \(T\), High P

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Gas law problems

What volume of air will be expelled from a vessel containing 400 cm3 at 7°C when it is heated to 27° C at the same pressure ?

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Match the following properties of liquids to what they indicate about the relative strength of the intermolecular forces in that liquid.

Match the following properties of liquids to what they indicate about the relative strength of the intermolecular forces in that liquid.

Strong intermolecular forces: Weak intermolecular forces:
-high boiling point
-high vapor pressure
-high surface tension
-high viscosity

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Assuming each solution to be 0.10 M , rank the following aqueous solutions in order of decreasing pH.

Assuming each solution to be 0.10 M, rank the following aqueous solutions in order of decreasing pH.

Rank the solutions from the highest to lowest pH. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them

N2H2

Ba(OH)2

HOCL

NAOH

HCL

 

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calculate the percent ionization of ha in a 0.10 m solution.

A certain weak acid, HA, has a Ka value of 6.7 X 10^-7.

Part A

Calculate the percent ionization of HA in a 0.10 M solution. Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units.

Part B

Calculate the percent ionization of HA in a 0.010 M solution.

Express your answer to two significant figures, and include the appropriate units.

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The Gabriel synthesis transforms an alkyl halide into a primary amine via a two-step process.

The Gabriel synthesis transforms an alkyl halide into a primary amine via a two-step process. Follow the directions below to draw the initial mechanism and final products. Draw curved arrows to the next step. Draw the missing nonbonding electrons, charge and curved arrows. The first three steps are correct. I am unsure about how to complete the final step. 

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Draw the structure of the organic product of each reaction in the following two-step synthesis.

Draw the structure of the organic product of each reaction in the following two-step synthesis.

 

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Draw the structures of the organic products in each reaction of the following two-step synthesis.

Draw the structures of the organic products in each reaction of the following two-step synthesis. (Hint: The nucleophilic amine attacks the electrophilic carbonyl carbon, and the resulting intermediate undergoes a proton shift and dehydration. Recall what is eliminated in a dehydration process. The second step is a reduction reaction; the reducing agent is NaBH3CN (or H2, metal catalyst). The aromatic ring is unaffected by these reagents. Look at the product of the first reaction and consider what can be easily reduced.)

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Primary amines can be converted into secondary amines by reaction with haloalkanes. This reaction is difficult to achieve in the lab because of the large number of byproducts.

Primary amines can be converted into secondary amines by reaction with haloalkanes. This reaction is difficult to achieve in the lab because of the large number of byproducts. Select the possible products/ byproducts of the following reaction.

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Draw the organic product in each of the following reactions. Include formal charges, if applicable. Omit any inorganic byproducts or ions.

Draw the organic product in each of the following reactions. Include formal charges, if applicable. Omit any inorganic byproducts or ions.

 

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Draw the organic product for the following reaction. Omit any inorganic byproducts or ions.

Draw the organic product for the following reaction. Omit any inorganic byproducts or ions.

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