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Consider the thermochemical equation for the combustion of

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Problem 59E

Consider the thermochemical equation for the combustion of acetone (C3H6O), the main ingredient in nail polish remover.

If a bottle of nail polish remover contains 177 mL of acetone, how much heat is released by its complete combustion? The density of acetone is 0.788 g/mL.

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9.8.2016 Cresawn BIO 140 The Chemistry of Life I. Ionic Bonds a. So different, that electrons are not shared at all II. Truths About Hydrogen a. The electronegativity of hydrogen is closer to the electronegativity of carbon than it is to that of oxygen i. We know this based on how carbon and hydrogen interact ii. Hydrogen has only one electron iii. Hydrogen is partially charged, not full III. pH a. Greater H+ concentration= lower pH= more acidic b. Lower H+ concentration= higher pH= more basic i. Example: It is always represented as pH=7 = 10 −7 IV. A pH case of aspirin overdose a. The Basics:

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