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# k(t) = 5t 2 e4t + sin(3t)

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Problem 3.5

k(t) = 5t 2 e4t + sin(3t)

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Chem 2210 Exam 1 Review Make sure you know:  How to identify functional groups  How to name alkanes, alkenes, alkynes and benzenes  How to correct an incorrect naming of a compound (re­write and lowest numbers)  How to go from an expanded structural formula to a condensed one  Carbocation formation in addition reactions of alkenes  Oxidation of alcohols including how potassium permanganate changes color and how dichromate changes color upon oxidation of the alcohol  Polarity and dispersion forces with respect to solubility in water  Which compounds are able to have cis­trans geometric configurations  Electrophilic reactions of benzenes (otherwise unreactive)  Molecular formulas for chlorine, bromine, iodine  How to recognize constitutional isomers, e.g., use molecular formula first to make sure they are the same.  The stability of the alkenes produced from alkene dehydration reactions  Hydrogen bonding to –OH, N­H, C­O­C and –N:  “Specially” named benzenes with “common” names that are IUPAC compliant  Molecular formula of alcohol/ether  Single product versus multiple products from dehydration of alcohols to alkenes – recall the requirement for dehydration as well  Structure of common names for isobutyl, s­butyl, isopropyl and t­butyl alcohols, a.k.a isobutanol, s­butanol, isopropanol, t­butanol

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