This book describes the fundamental math concepts encountered in a typical one year course sequence of general chemistry. Topics include variable isolation, significant figures, unit conversions, logarithms, quadratic equations and graphing. Topics are introduced at an elementary level with a series READ MORE »
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If you are a student who has taken General Chemistry and you plan on taking Organic Chemistry, this book will prepare you to understand the underlying principles of Organic Chemistry. Specifically, it describes the concepts that will help you predict the reactivity of compounds in a reaction as well READ MORE »
This book is about helping you become comfortable and confident in proposing reasonable mechanisms for organic chemistry reactions. We will cover acid-catalyzed mechanisms and base-catalyzed mechanisms in some detail.
This book is ideal for undergraduate science sophomores who are taking or will READ MORE »
This book describes the calculation of atomic term symbols. The term symbols for s, p, and d orbitals are calculated for a number of individual and mixed electron configurations. The selection rules for allowed transitions between energy states and a method of determining ground states for each conf READ MORE »
Please help with the following Organic Chemistry exercises.
Please see the attachment for the full questions.
1. Write a structural formula for each of the following compounds:
a. isopropyl methyl ether
b. trans-2-pentene oxide
d. ethylene glycol dipropyl ether
2. Name READ MORE »
1. Write a structural formula for each of the following acids:
a. 4-oxohexanoic acid
b. 2-hydroxy-3-methylhexanoic acid
c. 2-chloropentanedioic acid
d. p-bromophenylacetic acid
2. Name each of the following acids (see attached).
3. In each of the following pairs of acids, which would be READ MORE »
Consider a van parked in a lot outside a professional football stadium in Atlanta, GA on a Sunday afternoon. One ounce of radioactive isotope Cesium 137 was mixed in with the explosive that has been detonated and has caused considerable blast damage. The dust cloud carries toward the nearby downtown READ MORE »
Please see the attachment for the questions.
Which of the following substances can exist in an optically active form?
b. ethyl cyclohexane
Please refer to the attachment for full problem set.