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Explain why each is an incorrect IUPAC name and write the correct IUPAC name for

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Problem 2.28

Explain why each is an incorrect IUPAC name and write the correct IUPAC name for theintended compound.(a) 1,3-Dimethylbutane (b) 4-Methylpentane(c) 2,2-Diethylbutane (d) 2-Ethyl-3-methylpentane(e) 2-Propylpentane (f) 2,2-Diethylheptane(g) 2,2-Dimethylcyclopropane (h) 1-Ethyl-5-methylcyclohexane

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American film evolution 1. Motion picture experimentation (1872-1914) 2. Storytelling motion picture (1914-1919) 3. Economic expansion of the motion-picture industry (1919-1927) 4. Sound motion pictures (1927-1939) 5. Challenges to the motion-picture industry (1940-present) Thomas Edison - Major player early on in development of film - In America - Creates kinetiscope, the vitascope - *watched “The Very First Motion Picture (1889)”* Eadweard Muybridge - Trying to perfect the idea of showing bodies in motion, using photographs to do this - In Europe - (1878) Lumiere brothers - Takes Edison’s invention and makes it for a bigger audience = cinematographe - First to show a motion picture on a large screen (1895) in Grand Café in Paris George Melies - French illusionist, - “father of the narrative film” - *watched “La lun a un metra* Edwin S. Porter - American - “The Great Train Robbery” and ‘The Life of an American Fireman” - Established the basic principles of editing - D.W. Griffith begins learning from Porter - *watched “The Great Train Robbery (1903)* - Got the camera away from the set and to the outdoors D.W. Griffith - established basic film techniques and structures that moviemakers have used ever since - Innovator and refiner, but also became controversial with the first American epic in 1915, “The Birth of a Nation” (American Media pg 217) - made the first 12 reel, 3 hour movie - early in ca

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Edition: 7
Author: William H. Brown, Brent L. Iverson, Eric Anslyn, Christopher S. Foote
ISBN: 9781133952848

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