Chemistry: Matter and Change, Supplemental Problems by McGraw-Hill

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This Supplemental difficulties booklet offers extra difficulties to complement these within the scholar variation of Chemistry: topic arid switch. those difficulties are supplied for every of the chapters for which extra mathematical difficulties will be necessary. such a lot chapters comprise 10-25 supplemental difficulties. it's possible you'll use them as exams or assign them for homework. entire options are available behind the Supplemental difficulties booklet.

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Use the IUPAC rules to name the following alkanes. branched-chain alkane. a. CH3CH2CH2CH2CH3 b. CH3 CH3 c. CH3 CH2CH3 CH3CH2CHCHCHCH2CH3 CH2CH3 d. CH3 CH3CH2 5. Chemists can analyze the composition of hydrocarbons by reacting them with copper oxide. The reaction converts carbon into carbon dioxide and hydrogen into water. Suppose 29 g of a hydrocarbon reacts to produce 88 g of CO2 and 45 g of H2O. CH3CHCHCH3 a. What are the masses of carbon and hydrogen in the hydrocarbon? b. What is the empirical formula of the hydrocarbon?

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