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Who is correct? (chemistry issues here)

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how can this person say that I googled info? (I created it randomly out of my head) and be so ungrateful that I spent the time out of my day to help? Or is it I don't know what I'm talking about and a "condensed structure" is not the answer to the homework problem, like I think it is.?

How many isomers of C2H3Br3 are possible? explain.

Posted by natash on Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at 2:25am in response to chem.

so if you don't even know what I mean by condensed structure how do you know if your doing my homework or just helping out? second are you like an expert or just a person "trying" to help out?

Thank you I've already come up with my structures not that you were any help.
what I was asking mostly had to do with memorization, and I just needed to know how many isomers each one had. What part of my homework exactly did you do?


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chem - ~christina~, Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at 3:15am
so if you don't even know what I mean by condensed structure how do you know if your doing my homework or just helping out? second are you like an expert or just a person "trying" to help out?
"condensed structure" => CH3CH2CH2CH2OH
condensed structure: /\/\OH
And if I showed you this "condensed formula" this would be the answer, so I do know what I'm talking about here.

Thank you I've already come up with my structures not that you were any help.
what I was asking mostly had to do with memorization, and I just needed to know how many isomers each one had. What part of my homework exactly did you do?
Just a tip:memorizing is not the correct way of learning to "form" isomers. You should learn how to "form" the isomers of a molecule by actually knowing rather than memorizing because you may receive a molecule that you have not seen before on a test and then memorizing will not help you.

chem - natash, Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at 4:48pm
I'm glad you googled that up ;)

Ummm no actually that wouldn't be the answer, it's far from being the answer, it's just a tiny part you need, to come up with the answer. So if you don't know what the question is plz refrain from your remarks of "We don't do your homework".
Mostly I just come to verify if my answers are correct or not. Not that I'm here to give you an explanation.

Thanks

  • Who is correct? (chemistry issues here) - ,

    Christina,
    One of the things I have learned in my long years of experience, both as a teacher and as an administrator, is to take the high road. Let it go. This is my first and last post on the issue.

  • Who is correct? (chemistry issues here) - ,

    Okay then. Apparently from your statement, it seems as if you feel I will bring it up again and again and again. I will just mute myself.

  • Who is correct? (chemistry issues here) - ,

    live and learn, not everyone is going to accept your advice/answer and if it is wrong, then it is wrong.. it sucks that you spent a day if the answer was wrong that is too bad

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