993 Answered Questions for the topic organic chemistry

Organic Chemistry

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organic chemistry Please Help

(6.17)    Write formulas for all possible dibromo products from the monobromination of the following compound. Which of the dibromo products would be optically... more
Organic Chemistry Science Chemistry

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Halogenalkanes and alcohols?

What type of intermolecular force is found in haloalknes and alcohols? And why does alcohols have a much higher boiling points than haloalkanes?
Organic Chemistry Science Chemistry

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Give the following compound's base name.A.) 2-penteneB.) 2-octeneC.) 2-octane
Organic Chemistry Science Chemistry

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Please help me with one question. please asap. please

Give the following compound's base name.A.) 2-penteneB.) 2-octeneC.) 2-octane
Organic Chemistry Chemistry

4d

Please help me with one question. please asap. please

Give the following compound's base name.A.) 2-penteneB.) 2-octeneC.) 2-octane
Organic Chemistry Science Chemistry

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Halogenalkanes properties?

What are Halogenalkanes? What type of intermolecular force do they have and like why do they have such low boiling points? Heard the number of carbon in the chain plays a big role in this but I... more

Molecule Polarity Arranging?

Arrange the following substances according to increasing polarity.With Motivation/Justification.a) PH3, NH3, SbH3, AsH3b) Cl2, HF, H2Oc) AlCl3, KCl, Cl2, PCI3thanks for any answer in advance!
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Chemical reactions?

How do you balance and name chemical reactions? What are the rules and steps? Also how do you predict the products? For example- B2O3+NaOH——Na2BO3+H2O ? How you do you balance and name this?
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Combustion of C13H18O2?

Ibuprofen is an anti-inflammatory medicine write and balance the reaction formula for the complete combustion of C13H18O2(ibuprofen). And explain the process step by step. So I get that when it... more
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Which one is a dipole and why? Isomers

These are three isomers of dibromobenzene as follows in the list down belowSo Which molecule or molecules are dipoles and why? How does their structural formula play a role in this? Justification/... more
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In the balanced chemical equation below, how many moles of sodium fluoride are needed to produce 80.7 moles of calcium fluoride? CaSO4 + 2NaF —> Na2SO4 + CaF2
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If a substance fails to rust or tarnish, does a physical or chemical change occur?

Rusting and tarnishing are two chemical changes that matter undergoes. If matter FAILS to rust or tarnish, would you say it has undergone a chemical or physical change?
Organic Chemistry

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A 17 ml sample of cyclohexanone (density = 0.95 g ml-1) is reacted with an excess of methyl magnesium bromide in anhydrous THF, then water is added to the mixture.

A. Draw and name the alcohol that is formed in this reaction.B. If 11.3 ml of the alcohol (density = 0.92 g ml-1) is obtained after purification, calculate the percentage theoretical yield of the... more
Organic Chemistry Chemistry

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pH of organic acids

Hi!I have started writing a lab report about a specific lab that I will be conducting on Wednesday, but before I do that lab I was hoping to finish writing down some background information in the... more
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Differentiate between organic acids

Hi!I have trouble figuring out how I should differentiate between benzoic acid and stearic acid. I've read on the internet that benzoic acid is not that soluble in water, but more soluble than... more
Organic Chemistry Science Biology Chemistry

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Extraction blanks are essential within metabolomics experiments, which of the following statements are incorrect ?

A.) The extraction blanks are treated the same as the samples and undergo the same extraction procedureB.) The extraction blanks are used to identify artifacts such as plastic or solvent... more
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Which of these is an advantage of in-gel electrophoresis compared to gel-free approaches (choose one answer) ?

A.) Allows the type of protein modification to be identifiedB.) It is more sensitiveC.) Allows a greater range of proteins to be analyzedD.) Intract proteins allow detection of changes in protein... more
Organic Chemistry Science Biology Biochemistry

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Which of the answer(s) true ?

Which of the following is characteristic of the DNA methylation process ? Select one or ones that apply.A.) S-adenosyl methionine (SAM)B.) Histone acetyl transferases (HATs)C.) Histone deacetylases... more
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Amines as bases in comparison to ammonia

Hi!I wonder; why are amines stronger bases than ammonia, and why tertiary amines are stronger bases than primary amines?I can't really find an answer in the internet that uses the Bronsted-Lowry... more
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Six unknown organic compounds

Hi!I need help with a chemistry question:Question: You have six organic compounds in different test tubes. They are: Stearic acid 1-Cyclohexene 1-propanol Sodium acetate Heptane Benzoic acid You do... more
Organic Chemistry

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Organic chemistry

1-chloro-2-methylbutane undergoes reaction with Cl2 by a radical substitution mechanism to yield a mixture of products, among which are 1,4-dichloro-2-methylbutane and 1,2-dichloro-2- methylbutane... more
Organic Chemistry Biology Chemistry Biochemistry

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What is the universal methyl donor which is used by DNA methyltransferase enzymes to methylate?

What is the universal methyl donor which is used by DNA methyltransferase enzymes to methylate DNA (and is utilised to methylate other biological molecules including histones)?1. Homocysteine2.... more
Organic Chemistry Science Biology Chemistry

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Question about epigenetics

Q1. Epigenetics is defined as ‘Changes to the genome which are inherited from one generation to the next which alter _____ _____ but do not involve changes in the ____ _____’.1. gene sequence;... more
Organic Chemistry Chemistry

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explain the statement, “inorganic components make stronger acids than organic components”.

Use your understanding of acid solutions, atomic bonding theory, polarity, discussion of intramolecular bonds and intermolecular forces to explain the statement, “inorganic components make stronger... more
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