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    Electrochemistry: Structures and Chirality

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    1. What is the correct name for the compound depicted in the skeletal structure below? (see attachment)

    2. Which of the following is a structural isomer of 3-ethylheptane? Choose from:
    2-methylbutane
    cyclohexane
    3,4-dimethylpentane
    3-ethylnonane
    4-methyloctane

    3. How many of the carbons in the molecule depicted below are chiral?

    4. What is the cell potential for the reactionMg(s)+Fe 2+ (aq)→Mg 2+ (aq)+Fe(s) at 67 ∘ C when [Fe 2+ ]= 3.80M and [Mg 2+ ]= 0.310M.Express your answer to three significant figures and include the appropriate units.

    5. Calculate the standard free-energy change at 25 ∘ C for the following reaction: Mg(s)+Fe 2+ (aq)→Mg 2+ (aq)+Fe(s) Express your answer to three significant figures and include the appropriate units.

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    Electrochemistry Part V
    1- What is the correct name for the compound depicted in the skeletal structure below?

    3-methylhexane

    2- Which of the following is a structural isomer of 3-ethylheptane? Choose ...

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    The solution discusses the structures and chirality in electrochemistry.

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