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Organic Reactions

Vinegar and Eggshells Reaction

When vinegar and eggshells are combined a reaction ocurrs that produces new chemicals. Show a balanced equation for this reaction.

Buffers and Buffer Type Solutions

1. The Common Ion Effect. What is the pH of a solution that contains 0.250-M benzoic acid and 0.600-M sodium benzoate? 2. Buffers. A buffer solution is made of 0.100 M HOCl and 0.250 M NaOCl. What is the pH of the resulting solution when a 15.0-mL portion of 0.200 M HCl is added to 100.0 mL of the buffer? 3. Prepa

Products in an organic reaction

Reaction 1 Reaction 2 O // CH3--C==CH--CH2--OH + CH3--CH2--C ! CH3 OH ? Reaction 1 between compounds 1 and 2. The equation is incomplete, only the reactants are

Chemistry - Functional Groups

This question is concerned with the compound lidocaine. Identify one amine and one amide functional group in the above compound. Draw the abbreviated structural formulae of the products of the complete hydrolysis of the compound. Identify any new functional groups in the products and name them. (See attachment for diagr

Esters and Chemical Reactions

The attached file contains the visual depiction of the chemicals compounding. In the diagram, the equation for the following reaction is incomplete, with only the reactants shown, The missing product(s) are indicated by a question mark. Identify any functional group(s) in compounds 1 & 2 by circling them and naming them clearly

Aromatic Chemistry: Synthesize a Compound

Synthesize the following compound. You may also use any organic compounds containing three or less carbon atoms, benzene, N-bromosuccinimide, triphenylphosphine, meta-chloroperbenzoic acid (MCPBA), methylvinyl ketone, lithium diisopropylamide (LDA), ethyl acetoacetate (acetoacetic ester) and diethyl malonate (malonic ester), as

Synthesis Problems

Draw the structure of the major organic product for each of the reactions shown in the attached document. Be sure to indicate stereochemistry.

Aqueous solution, gen. question, hydrocarbon

43) which the following reactions does not proceed significantly to the right in aqueous solutions? a) Hsub3O^+ + OH^- --> 2Hsub2O b) HCN + OH^- ---> Hsub2O + CN^- c) Cu(Hsub2O)sub 4^2+ + 4 NHsub3 ---> Cu(NHsub3)sub4^2+ + 4Hsub2O d) Hsub2SOsub4 + Hsub2O ---> Hsub3O^+ + HSOsub4^- e) Hsub2O + HSOsub4^- ---> Hsub2SOsub4 + O

Synthesis

Synthesize the following product using: any organic compound with 3 or less carbons, N-bromosuccinimide, triphenylphosphine, m-chlorobenzoic acid or ANY inorganic reagent.

Chemistry Problems

9.24 When you are in a supermarket, which do you usually request, plastic or paper grocery bags? List the advantaged and disadvantages of plastic versus paper bags, and decide which is preferable. Then prepare a latter to the editor of a newspaper clearly stating your position and explaining your reasons for it. 9.27 A

Photochemical chlorination

Assume that all the methylene groups in the alkane are equally reactive as sites of free-radical chlorination. a) Photochemical chlorination of heptane gave a mixture of monochlorides containing 15% 1-chloroheptane. What other monochlorides are present? Estimate the percentage of each of these additioanl C7H15Cl isomers in

Organic chemistry/Actual reaction

Please see the attached file for full problem description. --- 1) Ethanal is the common name for acetaldehyde. And it has the formula C(-CH3, =O, -H) (I will show carbon compounds this way, first the carbon and then its constituents, "-" is for single bond and "=" for double bond) and benzaldehyde has the formula C(-Ar=O

Provide a synthesis

Provide a resonable synthesis for compound P starting from O. You may utilize any organic reagents that contain three or less carbons, as well as any inorganic reagents.

The Limiting Reagent and Percent Yield

I need helping with how to determine a limiting reagent and percent yield. For the following question, I started out with 0.60 grams of trans-cinnamic acid and added 3.5 mL of dichloromethane and 2.0 mL of 10% bromine in dichloromethane solution. I re-fluxed the reaction, and, during re-fluxing, added a couple more drops of the

Reaction of an Alcohol to Produce an Alkyl Halide

N-butanol reacts with NaBr and H2SO4 to produce n-butyl bromide, via refluxation reaction in a lab experiment. a) Why is an excess of sulphuric acid used? b) Why is concentrated sulphuric acid is more effective than water in removing trace amounts of alcohol to form an alkyl halide? c) What two other organic products ma

Extraction

Using extraction techniques how would you separate a mixture of aniline and toluene using dichloromethane as the extraction solvent? Give a step by step procedure that you would use.

Reaction Mechanisms and Products

1) Write equations to show how the following equations could be accomplished: A) cyclohexene to Cyclohexane B) 2-Methylbutene to 3,3,4,4-tetramethylhexane 2) Given: CH2CH3 + CL2 -----> product A) The structure for the major product from the reactions is: B) Write equations to clearly show the expected mechanism for t

Distillation

Provide the Mechanism when 50% Methanol/Water solution is used in simple distillation to extract the Methanol. Please outline the process in the appropriate structure form. Thank you for your time.

Alkane reaction problems

1) When chlorinated, an alkane, C6H14, gives only two products with the formula C6H13Cl. What is the structure of the alkane? 2) The reaction of lithium di-sec-butylcuprate with isopenyl bromide yields?