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Outline a preparation of each of the following from an amine and an acid chloride. (a)

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Problem 23.22

Outline a preparation of each of the following from an amine and an acid chloride. (a) N-phenylbenzamide (b) N-benzyl-N-ethylpropanamide

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CHM1040 Week 3 Chapter Four Continued • Know the above and be able to use it. • The periodic table shows every known element in order of increasing atomic order ◦ Groups are in vertical columns and have similar chemical properties ◦ Periods are horizontal columns on the periodic table • Remember the staircase: everything to the left are metals, everything to the right are nonmetals and along the staircase are metalloids (steps 2 -5) • Physical properties of metals ◦ Efficient conduction of heat and electricity ◦ Malleability: they can be hammered into thin sheets ◦ Ductility: they can be pulled into wires ◦ Alustrous (shiny) appearance • Physical properties of nonmetals ◦ Lack properti

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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Author: Marc Loudon, Jim Parise
ISBN: 9781936221349

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