Calculate the molar mass of a particular polyethylene sample, ( CH2CH2)n, where n 5 4600.
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Chapter 18: Aromaticity Compounds Nomenclature: - Rarely use IUPAC names - Common Examples Toluene Phenol Aniline Benzoic Acid (Methyl Benzene) (Hydroxy Benzene) Sodium Benzoate Styrene Vanillin (Vanilla) Asprin Naming: - Name using phenyl group as parent name when the side chain is not branched. If it is branched, then use the side chain as the parent. - - If benzene has CH i3 is toluene. If it has OH it is phenol. But what if it has both groups - Naming priority: CH < NH < OH < < < 3 2 R
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