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What are the major products obtained when each of the following ethers is heated with

Organic Chemistry | 8th Edition | ISBN: 9780134042282 | Authors: Paula Yurkanis Bruice ISBN: 9780134042282 482

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What are the major products obtained when each of the following ethers is heated with one equivalent of HI?

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Chemistry 109 classes of matter ● Law of constant composition ○ Compounds that contain the same elements combined in the same proportions ■ Water (H O2 ● Consists of two units of hydrogen and one unit of oxygen (1O:2H) ● Chemical formula­ the Notation of showing elements and compounds ○ Ethanol chemical formula: C H 2 6 ○ Sometimes the formula will have groups ■ Fe(NO ) 3 2 ● the NO i3 grouped (indicated by the subscript) to mean that there are more than one nitrate molecule bonded to the iron. ○ There are different structures to each molecule. ■ Lewis dot structures ■ Ball and stick ■ Space filling­ using electron clouds in the models ● Chemical reactions (RXN) ­ transformation of one or more substances into other substances. ■ EX: hindenburg fell because it was a hydrogen blimp and the hydrogen bonded with oxygen in the air, the reaction ended with burst of energy. ○ Use the coefficients of the formula to indicate quantities of substances involved in reaction (kilojoules) ● Stochentric equation ○ 2H +O2=2H2O+e2ergy ● Separating mixtures ○ Sometimes they can be separated by physical means ■ Centrifugation ­ a process for separation particles by spinning quickly ■ Electroforesis ­ a proc

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Edition: 8
Author: Paula Yurkanis Bruice
ISBN: 9780134042282

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