Vinyl chloride (C2H3Cl) differs from ethylene (C2H4) in that one of the H atoms is replaced with a Cl atom. Vinyl chloride is used to prepare poly(vinyl chloride), which is an important polymer used in pipes. (a) Draw the Lewis structure of vinyl chloride. (b) The repeating unit in poly(vinyl chloride) is CH2CHCl. Draw a portion of the molecule showing three such repeating units. (c) Calculate the enthalpy change when 1.0 3 103 kg of vinyl chloride forms poly(vinyl chloride).
April 19, 2016 Chapter 14 (continued) NAD+ can accept two electrons (hydride) and form reduced NADH Clicker Question: “normal” 10 “new” 48 10+ x10 = 48 380 Clicker Question: Reaction 3: Isocitrate Dehydrogenase Catalyzes I to Q to III II to Q to III 10 H+ 2.5 ATPs 1.5 ATPs NADH NADH FADH2 April 21, 2016 EXAM III