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Solved: When dissolved in water, trichloroacetaldehyde exists primarily as its hydrate

Organic Chemistry | 8th Edition | ISBN: 9780840054449 | Authors: John E. McMurry ISBN: 9780840054449 463

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Problem 19.7

When dissolved in water, trichloroacetaldehyde exists primarily as its hydrate, called chloral hydrate. Show the structure of chloral hydrate.

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Chapter 5: Types of Insurers and Mkt Systems I. Overview of Private Insurance in the Financial Services Industry: (Exhibit 5.1) - The financial services industry consists of:  Commercial banks  Saving + loan institutions  Credit unions  Life and health insurers  Property + casualty insurers  Mutual funds  Securities brokers + dealers  Private + state pension funds  Gov. – related financial institutions - The financial service industry is changing: - Changes in the financial services industry include:  Consolidation: number of firms has declined due to mergers + acquisitions.  Convergence: financial institutions now sell a wide variety of financial products that earlier were outside their core

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Edition: 8
Author: John E. McMurry
ISBN: 9780840054449

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Solved: When dissolved in water, trichloroacetaldehyde exists primarily as its hydrate