1. Give The name for each of the following compounds (numbers are small) A: NiSO4 B: Ca (NO2)2 C: SO2 D: Fe (C1O)3 2. Give the Formula for each of the following compounds A: Lithium Iodate B: Cupric Chloride C: Lead (IV) Oxide D: Zinc Sulfite 3. Balance the following reactions A: Na2CO3 + HC1 -------->
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See the attached file. Choose a structure from the list provided below that best fits each of the following descriptions. Place the letter of the structure in the blank to the left of the description. There is only one correct answer for each question. (see attachment for full description of problems) a. Starch b. Cellulo
When you are reducing a carvone how can you remove both C=C without reducing C=O?
(See attached file for full problem descriptions) A. Categorize the attached sugar diagram as D or L. Draw its Haworth structure as the beta anomer. B. Draw a triglyceride with a chiral carbon which contains two molecules of stearic acid (18 carbons) and one molecule of oleic acid (18 carbons, one double bond at C9). Circ
a. Comment of the fact that erythro-2,3-dibromo-3-phenylpropanoic acid undergoes elimination by an E1 pathway in water solvent, but by and E2 pathway when acetone is used as the solvent. b. A benzylic carbonation is generated under the water solvent would the presence of a para CH3O- group on the benzene ring increase or dec
The reaction of carboxylic acid with an alcohol in the presence of acid is termed Fischer esterification. (See attachment for diagram). 52. The nucleophile in this reaction is _______. 53. Compound C functions as ______ in this reaction. a) a base scavenger b) a solvent c) a catalyst d) a neutralizer 54. Fischer est
Please answer the following questions. Draw the synthesizing of the compounds. 1. Starting with toluene, prepare 2-bromo-4-nitrotoluene. 2. Starting with toluene, prepare 2,4,6-trinitrobenzoic acid. 3. Starting from benzene, prepare p=chlorostyrene. 4. p-Bromotoluene reacts with potassium amide to give a mixture of m- and
11. A low-melting solid A was isolated, which combustion analysis showed had composition C9H10O. The substance gave a precipitate when treated with 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine solution. Furthermore, when reacted with iodoform reagent, a yellow precipitate of CHI3 was observed. Acidification of the alkaline solution from the iodo
Please help with these questions on stretching vibration: 5. The antisymmetric -CH2-CO-O- stretching vibration in carboxylic acids is heavily mixed with the in-plane bending mode of the O-H group. In alcohols these two vibrations seldom show evidence of mechanical coupling. Explain. 8. The hydroxylamine I can be oxidized
(a) What is the pH of a buffer prepared by combining 25mL of 0.1M nitrous acid with 25mL of 0.1M sodium nitrite? (b) Using an ice chart, calculate the pH of a buffer made by combining 5mL of 0.135M benzoic acid and 25mL of 0.15M sodium benzoate. (c) Using the Hendersen-Hasselbach equation, solve part B. How do your answers
I am having trouble understanding why when maelic acid is heated to about 100 C it forms maelic anhydride but fumaric acid requires a much higher temp 250-300 before it dehydrates. Then in addition it only forms maleic anhydride?
If you add 15 drops of 6M HCl (a source of H+) to a mixture of 10 drops of 6 M ammonia solution and 1 dropperful of demineralized water, what would the following be: 1) pH 2) solubility 3) observed chemical reactions that would occur If you were to re-basify the solution by adding 20 drops of 6 M NaOH (which is a source of
What is the pH of 10 drops of 6M ammonia solution in a dropperful of demineralized water? How does the reaction between ammonia and water explain the measurement of the pH? What is the pH of 10 drops of triethylamine in a dropperful of demineralized water? How does the reaction between triethylamine and water explain th
1. When making aspirin, if you had 3 g of salicylic acid, what would the moles of salicylic acid used be? How would you calculate that? 2. What would the theoretical yield in moles be and how would you calculate that? 3. What would the theoretical yield in grams be and how would you calculate that?
Assuming that sugar is soluble in water and not most organic solvents, list the steps in order that you would take for separating a 1:1 mixture of solid sugar and solid sodium benzoate. Your available reagents (not all of which have to be used) are: concentrated HCl, 1M NaOH, Et2O, H2O, and Na2SO4.
Please see the attached file for the problems. Do I use the "like dissolves like" rule, or something else to solve these?
(See attached file for full problem description) 7. which of the following alochols would not undergo a color change from orange to green with chromic acid? 8. predict the products of the reaction 9. Calculate the extinction coefficient of compound X given the following information: patchlength: 1cm, concetration 2.0*
(See attached file for full problem description) 3. Sulfuric acid would dehydrate which of these alcohols fastest (identical reaction conditions for all)? 4. Which cation is not aromatic? 5. Which methods below will furnish 1-hexanol? 6. Reduction of a triple bound to a double bond having a cis geometry can be accomp
3. A novice chemist wishes to prepare 1-methyl-1,4-cyclohexanediol from the compound shown below. He wishes to use an appropriate Grignard reagent in the synthesis. Was the chemist successful? Explain why or why not. (see attached file for diagram) 4. Synthesize the following compounds using the indicated starting materials.
Is methanol soluble in hexane? Why or why not? Is 1-propanol soluble in hexane? Why or why not? What is the sketched formula for ethyl methyl ester and is it an isomer of butanoic acid? If not, what is the isomer of butanoic acid?
I need some help with these acid and base chemistry questions. 1. The Anti-symmetric -CH2-CO-O Stretching Vibration in carboxylic acid is heavily mixed with in plane bending mode of the OH group. In alcohol these two vibrations seldom show evidence of mechanical coupling. Explain. 2. Conjugation of the functional group i
1. If 3-bromo-1-propanol is treated with NaOH, a compound of molecular formula C3H6O is formed. Suggest a structure for this product. 2. What product(s) would you expect to form when tetrahydrofuran is treated with excess hydroiodic acid (HI)? 3. Write a suitable mechanism for the cleavage of butyl isopropyl ether with HI
Give and name the products when 3-t-butyl 2,4-dimethyl 1-hexene reacts with the following (assume the proper catalysts are present): 1) Water 2) Hydrogen gas
I need some help answering questions on Fischer Esterification equilibrium, where in my lab I am using the reagents of 2-phenylacetic acid and ethanol: The equilibrium of Fischer esterification reactions in general is slightly towards product formation. The equilibrium can be made more favorable for product formation by all o
Choose the starting reagents: 2-phenylacetic acid and ethanol. Return to the lab and build the experimental set up. Use a heater, condenser and N2 gas. Add the reagent, H2SO4. In this experiment (a) which group in the acyl compound is being substituted and (b) what is the substituting group? a. (a) the carbonyl group of 2-
I need some help with concepts in the esterification reaction, especially on this question: The Fischer Esterification is really an example of: a. A nucleophilic acyl substitution reaction b. An aldol condensation reaction c. An elimination reaction (either E1 or E2) d. An electrophilic addition reaction e. A conjugated a
I need some help with this question, see attached jpg for better formula representation: Formation of ethyl acetate by acid-catalyzed condensation of ethanol and acetic acid involves attack by: a. CH3CO2- on CH3CH2OH b. CH3CH2O- on CH3CO2H c. CH3CO2H on CH3CH2OH d. CH3CO2H on the protonated form of ethanol (CH3CH2OH2+) e.
A carboxylic acid is best converted to its amide by reaction with: a. NaNH2 in liquid ammonia b. Aqueous ammonia, 25 degrees Celcius c. SOCl2, followed by excess aqueous ammonia d. CH3OH, followed by reaction with NH2OH
During bromine addition to trans-cinnamic acid, why is it necessary to maintain excess bromine in the reaction mixture and how can you tell there is an excess of bromine?
Indicate how a butanoic acid can be converted to an a) acid chloride; b) acid anhydride; c) an ethyl ester, and d) an N-methyl amide. Give the reagents that would be used. Then indicate how each of these derivatives could be converted back to butanoic acid under both acidic and basic conditions.