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Chemistry: Structure and Properties | 2nd Edition | ISBN: 9780134293936 | Authors: Nivaldo J. Tro ISBN: 9780134293936 2043

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Problem 120

A metal forms the fluoride \(\mathrm{MF}_{3}\). Electrolysis of the molten fluoride by a current of 3.86 A for 16.2 minutes deposits 1.25 g of the metal. Calculate the molar mass of the metal.

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MF_3

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OrganicChemistry 2Week 12 Important Information: Professor’s Email: jsal@utep.edu Class Website: organic.utep.edu/courses/2325 Class Code (E-book): utep2325spring2016 Includes examples of the Homework! Posted the week before the homework’s are due to help everyone get 100’s! L23 In this first one you can tell, the double bond has been removed and an OH group is now on the third carbon. In most of the examples the double bond is being removed and another group is replacing it, in this example the METHYL from the simethylcuprate is the replacing group. This one of the more complicated examples I came across. In this one instead of having a double bond be removed the double bonded oxygen is converted to an alcohol, and a methyl is added to the same position. This is because of the t-butyl group hinders anything being added in that area. Be careful when counting, as you can see the 6,6 position is next to the double bond oxygen, so count around the other way to find the double bond, then remove it and replace with a methyl since a Grignard reagent was used. This one is simple because it only converted the ketone to an alcohol. I included this once because instead of a methyl being added, a cyanide molecule was. L24 RADICALS! SUPER EASY, BUT YOU NEED T

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Textbook: Chemistry: Structure and Properties
Edition: 2
Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
ISBN: 9780134293936

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