A confused student was doing an isomer problem and listed the following six names as different structural isomers of C7H16. a. 1-sec-butylpropane b. 4-methylhexane c. 2-ethylpentane d. 1-ethyl-1-methylbutane e. 3-methylhexane f. 4-ethylpentane How many different structural isomers are actually present in these six names?
12/5 Chapter 10 (Extra Stuff for 1128, next semester chemistry) 1) Liquids and Solids are very different from gas 2) Liquid → Vapor a) Called evaporation b) Every liquid has vapor pressure, which is independent from volume. c) Vapor Pressure and Temperature i) VP increases as temperature increases d) Boiling Point i) Boiling point is any point at which the vapor pressure equals the atmospheric pressure ii) We are referring to when pressure = 1atm iii) Critical Temp and Pressure (1) Crit temp is the temp at which the liquid phase is no longer possible