What is the pressure in atm of 1.00g of NH3(g) in a 500mL container at 20 C? See attached file for full problem description.
1.) is 47.8 ng/L = 0.0478ppb? and if so would that above concentration be above 10,000 ug/L (what would this be in ppb) 2.) is 6.77 ng/m^3 = 0.0066 ppb? an if so, would that exceed 0.5-5g/Kg for a 70 kg person (which is a lethal concentration) (and what would this be in ppb) and would that exceed Lethal co
Molarity of 0.5 moles of BaSO4 in 500 mL of solution.
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(a) Which conformer, K or L is predicted to be more stable? Explain your answer (Note: a methoxy group is smaller than a methyl group). (b) Assign the absolute (R or S) configurations for each of the chiral carbons in carbohydrates M and N. Are either of these compounds optically active? Briefly explain your answer.
Although they both have the same C2H6O chemical formula, dimethyl ether, CH3OCH3, boils at -25C while ethanol, CH3CH2OH boils at 76C. Why?
The enantiomers (R and S forms) of the following chiral alcohols need to be separated by a suitable CHIRAL SEPARATION method. What is a reasonable approach that will yield the separations of the two isomeric alcohols and their enantiomers. Rationalizing the approach used on the basis of chiral recognition mechanism. What will
An unknown organic compound is a nonelectrolyte known to be composed of C, N, O, and H. Combustion analysis showed that it contained 67.3% C, 4.62% N, and 6.93% H. A solution made by dissolving 1.20 g of the unknown compound in 25.0 g of benzene had a freezing point of 4.7 degrees Celsius. Determine: a) the empirical formula b
Question: You are given an organic acid that has a pKa value of 5.0 and a distribution constant of 3 between H2O and Toluene. Calculate the distribution ratio of this compound at pH=6.
The plasma (HCO3-) of an individual living at a high elevation is 18.5 meq/L. If this concentration of bicarbonate fully compensates the decrease in PCO2 found at the higher elevation, the PCO2 must be: 15, 18, 21, 31, or 37 mm Hg.
Suppose that O1 and O2 are eigenfunctions of a linear operator A with eigenvalues a1 and a2, respectively, and that we construct a linear combination Y=C1O1 + C2O2. Under what conditions does Y became an eigenfunction of A? Show reasoning.
Prove the relationship [x,px]=ih, where px =-ihd/dx. Namely, show that applying the commutator [x,px] to any function f(x) is equal to multiplying ih to f(x).
The professor wants us to do the following: Outline all steps in the possible synthesis of each of the following compounds from benzene and / or toluene, using any necessary aliphatic or inorganic reagents. Assume a pure para isomer that can be separated from an ortho/para mixture a) ethylbenzene b) phenyacetylene c) iso
Do the following, starting from alcohol that contains four or less carbon atoms and from benzene and toluene, outline how the following can be synthesized: a) 2,3-dimethyl-2-butanol b) 2-bromo-2methyl hexane c) 1,2-diphenyl-2-propanol d) 1-parabromophenyl-1phenal-1propanol
Predict the product and write a balanced equation for the hexene combustion.
What is the product, write formula, and type of reaction that occurs for pentane combustion?
What are the functional class nomenclature names for these 2 compounds?
Calculate the pH of the solution formed during a titration upon adding 35.0 ml of a standard .150M NaOH solution to: a. 15.00 ml of .200 M CH3COOH Ka = 1.8 x 10^-5. b. 36.0 ml of .100 M malonic acid, (H2M) (Ka1 = 1.42 x 10^-3, ka2 = 2.01 x 10^-6
The following are incorrect efforts at naming certain compounds. What are the correct IUPAC names? a) propyl chloride b) isobutyl iodide c) t-butyl bromide d) ethyl bromide