a. The following compounds have the same molecular formula as benzene. How many monobrominatedproducts could each form?1. HCCCCCH2CH3 2. CH2CHCCCHCH2b. How many dibrominated products could each of the preceding compounds form? (Do not includestereoisomers.)c. How many dibrominated products could each of the compounds form if stereoisomers are included?
Lab 3: Mixtures and Solutions Pre‐lab Questions 1. Name two homogeneous mixtures and two heterogeneous mixtures that you come across daily. 2. Explain how you would separate a solid mixture of sand and salt using any of the methods mentioned above. Experiment: Separation of a Mixture © eScience Labs, 2013 Lab 3: Mixtures and Solutions A large amount of aspirin will dissolve in hot water, but very little (or none at all) will dissolve in cold water. The other ingredients in a safety‐coated aspirin pill are soluble in both hot and cold water. We can use this solubility difference to se