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Explain how you would distinguish the compounds within each set by a simple chemical

Organic Chemistry | 6th Edition | ISBN: 9781936221349 | Authors: Marc Loudon, Jim Parise ISBN: 9781936221349 461

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Problem 23.48

Explain how you would distinguish the compounds within each set by a simple chemical test with readily observable results, such as solubility in acid or base, evolution of a gas, and so forth. (a) N-methylhexanamide; 1-octanamine; N,N- dimethyl-1-hexanamine (b) p-methylaniline, benzylamine, p-cresol, anisole

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Ch 11.2 intermolecular forces - gen much weaker than intramolec (ionic, metallic, covalent bonds) - less energy required to vap liq / melt solid - van der Waals forces: dispersion forces & dipole-dipole attractions - ion-dipole ~ important in solutions - why weaker than ionic bonds - electrostatic interactions get stronger as the mag of the charges increases; weaker as distance btwn charges incr - dist btwn molecules often much greater than dist btwn atoms held together by chem bonds - dispersion forces - elec inter btwn electrically neutral, nonpolar atoms &/or molecules - motions of e- in atom/molec can create an instantaneous/momentary dipole Solvent ~ greatest amt Solutes ~ all other Solution formed when one substance disperses uniformly throug

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Edition: 6
Author: Marc Loudon, Jim Parise
ISBN: 9781936221349

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