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Give the product formed when each of the following alkenes reacts with a large excess of

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Problem 4.32

Give the product formed when each of the following alkenes reacts with a large excess of hydrogen in the presence of Pd/C. (a) 1-pentene (b) (E)-1,3-hexadiene

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Chem 105 Notes Week 2/19-2/23 Chapter 4 • Discovery/Key People o Henri Becquerel: discovered natural radioactivity using uranium salts in 1896—nucleus of an unstable isotope spontaneously decomposing o Marie Curie: won a nobel prize for discovering and studying radioactive elements radium and polonium o Earnest Rutherford: discovered that alpha rays are easily blocked (ex: can be blocked by a piece of paper), while beta rays are more difficult to block (ex: beta rays stopped by at least .5 cm of lead) o Paul Villard: discovered gamma rays • Definitions o Radioactivity: the natural change of an isotope of one element into the isotope of another eleme

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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Author: Marc Loudon, Jim Parise
ISBN: 9781936221349

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