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Using the p Ka values in Section 2.3 , rank the following species in order from

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Using the p Ka values in Section 2.3 , rank the following species in order from strongest base to weakest base: CH3NH2 CH3NH CH3O CH3CO

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Molar Mass  If you want to know the total amount of atoms in an object you count them by weighing said object  1 dozen= 12 things o A chemist’s dozen is a mole 6.02214 X 10 23  1 gross objects=144 things  To convert you would find the mass then convert it into moles then...

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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Author: Paula Yurkanis Bruice
ISBN: 9780321803221

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Using the p Ka values in Section 2.3 , rank the following species in order from