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Identify the more acidic compound in each of the following pairs: (a) CF3CH2CO2H or

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Problem 18.16

Identify the more acidic compound in each of the following pairs: (a) CF3CH2CO2H or CF3CH2CH2CO2H (b) CH3CH2CH2CO2H or CH3C{CCO2H

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Chapter6 v accordingtotheoctetrule,atomswilllose,gain,orshareelectronsinordertoachieve noblegasconfiguration Ø onlyvalenceelectroncontributestobonding v ALewisstructureisarepresentationofcovalentbonding Ø Sharedelectronspairsareshowneitherasdashesordots § Lonepairsareshownaspairsofdotsonindividualatoms v Inasinglebondareheldtogetherbyoneelectronpair v Indoublebond,atomsshare2pairsofelectrons v Atripebond,3pairsofelectronsareshared v Bondlengthisdeterminedbythedistancebetweenthenucleiof2covalentlybonded atoms-morebonds=lessdistance v Multiplebondsarestronger Ø Wequalifybondstrengthbymeasuringthequantityofenergyre

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Author: Francis A Carey Dr., Robert M. Giuliano
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Identify the more acidic compound in each of the following pairs: (a) CF3CH2CO2H or