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    Question 6
    The formula CH3CH2CH2=CH2 represents
    an alkene
    an alkyne
    an alcohol
    benzene

    Question 7
    The number of orbitals in a d subshell is:
    1
    2
    3
    5
    7

    Question 8
    _____ is credited with the modern structure of the periodic table.
    Dalton
    Boyle
    Mendeleev
    Heisenberg

    Question 9
    0.500 mol of ammonia (NH3) occupies a 1.2 L flask at 150 degrees C. Calculate the pressure of ammonia.
    6.91 - 10-2 atm
    5.13 atm
    12.2 atm
    14.5 atm
    22.4 atm

    Question 10
    60mL of 0.2M acetic acid needs to be prepared. 4M acetic acid is available. How much of the 4M acid is needed to prepare the solution?
    4mL
    48mL
    75mL
    1.2L

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    6) alkene
    Because there is a double bond

    7) 5
    For d, the angular momentum l ...

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