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(a)What is meant by the term elementary reaction? (b)What

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Problem 69E

Problem 69E

(a)What is meant by the term elementary reaction? (b)What is the difference between a unimolecular and a bimolecular elementary reaction? (c)What is a reaction mechanism?

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Elementary Chemistry Ch 6 Nomenclature: how to name compounds systematically 6.1 Binary Nonmetal­Nonmetal Compounds  Excluding hydrogen, the element farther to the left or farther down in the periodic table is named first  Compounds of hydrogen that aren't acids are given special names o Water, HO2 o Ammonia, NH 3  Hydrogen compounds that are acids in aqueous solution are named and written in special ways o 1) name the first element o 2) use the root of the second element with the ending changed to ­ide o 3) add a prefix before each name to indicate the number of atoms of each element.  If only one

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Textbook: Chemistry: The Central Science
Edition: 12
Author: Theodore E. Brown; H. Eugene LeMay; Bruce E. Bursten; Catherine Murphy; Patrick Woodward
ISBN: 9780321696724

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