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Draw the products formed when CH3COCH2CH2CH CH2 is treated with each reagent: (a)

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Problem 20.8

Draw the products formed when CH3COCH2CH2CH CH2 is treated with each reagent: (a) LiAlH4, then H2O; (b) NaBH4 in CH3OH; (c) H2 (1 equiv), Pd-C; (d) H2 (excess), Pd-C; (e) NaBH4 (excess) in CH3OH; (f) NaBD4 in CH3OH.

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Chemistry I CHE 111 Instructor(s): ​Dr. Michael Paul ➢ Chemistry is the study of properties and behaviors of matter ➢ It is central to our fundamental understanding of many science related fields ➢ Matter is anything that ha mass and takes up space ○ Elements ○ Molecules ○ Compound (at least 2 atoms) ○ Mixture of elements and a compound ➢ Atoms are the building block of matter ➢ Each element is a unique kind of atom ➢ A compound is made of two or more different kinds of elements ➢ 92 Naturally occurring elements Methods Of Classification ➢ States of matter: solid, liquid, gas ➢ Composition of matter: what is it made of ➢ Freezing- 0C, 32F, 273K ➢ Classification based on composition ○ Homogeneous Mixture (same throughout) ○ Heterogeneous Mixture ○ Element ○ Compound Classification of Matter-Substance ➢ A substance has distinct properties and a composition that does not vary from sample to sample ➢ The two types of substances are elements and compounds ➢ Element: Substance that can NOT be decomposed ➢ Compound: Substance that CAN be decomposed Compounds and Composition ➢ Compounds have a definite composition that means the relative number of atoms of each element that makes up the compound is the same in any sample ➢ THis is the Law Of Constant Composition Classification of Matter- Mixture ➢ Mixtures exhibit properties of

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