Wednesday
October 22, 2014

Search: organic

Number of results: 1,452

Organic substances
Is adhesive tape organic or inorganic? Also are shoes organic? I think they might, be but Im not so sure. Are paper clips organic? They are made of some type of metal, but I don't think they are organic. Is an mp3 organic?
October 2, 2010 by Anonymous

Organic Chemistry
1. Why is diethyl ether a good choice for an organic solvent? 2. Why doesn’t the neutral organic compound dissolve in 1.5 M sodium hydroxide solution?
November 4, 2008 by Dora

Chemistry
Why was the term "organic" originally chosen? Give an example of an original organic substance. My answer: The term organic was originally chosen because early chemists believed that certain chemicals were only found in living organisms. These chemicals were called organic ...
October 2, 2010 by Anonymous

science(chem)
Indicate the correct waste container for the following compounds choices are halogenated organic, nonhalogenated organic, aqueous, and organic solid a)hexane b)methylene chloride (dichloromethane) c)magnesium sulfate d)10% NaOH e)sodium hypochlorite for d)10% NaOH would it be ...
September 2, 2007 by ~christina~

Organic Chemistry
Does anybody know of a website that explains organic nomenclature ? ...something along the lines "organic nomencluture for Dummies" would be great :-) I'm stuggling to underatand "Z-3-Bromo-6-methyloct-3-ene" let alone draw it ! Here is a site that might just be what you are ...
March 12, 2007 by WeatherGirl

9th grade SCIENCE
I have to list 5 different organic compounds; list different types for each; name; structure; properties; and uses. I am a bit confused as to what an organic compound actually is. I know it must contain a carbon, but would vegetables or household foods be considered organic ...
February 26, 2010 by 6739

extraction
How to distingush organic layer and aqueous layer? The organic layer is the one on top. Most organic solvents are less dense than water. (NOte: Non-hydrocarbons such as chloroform, methylene chloride, carbon tetrachloride etc are more dense than water.)
August 21, 2007 by bb

Organic Chemistry
2. Why doesn’t the neutral organic compound (Flourene) dissolve in 1.5 M sodium hydroxide solution?
November 4, 2008 by Dora

organic chem
Suggest a synthesis for olivetol from benzene and any necessary organic and/or inorganic reagents.
April 26, 2011 by lauder

chemistry-organic
what happens when sodium benzoate is added to dichloromethane? what is the organic and aqueous layer of this product?
April 1, 2009 by Nancy

organic chemistry
Write equations showing how caffeine could be extracted from an organic solvent and subsequently isolated
April 16, 2013 by Kelli

Organic Chemistry
Explain why methanol and acetone are not suitable solvents for extracting organic compounds from aqueous solutions.
January 21, 2010 by Casey

organic chem
organic chemistry lab and why is water the first choice for recrystallization when all factors are equal?
October 11, 2010 by sharon

Science
What is the difference between organic and inorganic compounds? Carbon. Organic compounds are all carbon compounds, except CO2. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/organic%20compounds
August 17, 2007 by KK

Chemistry (URGENT)
I have a test soon. If you can help me with these questions, that would be great. 1. Define and describe the following. a)Alkaline - metal - base b)Corrosive - burn/eat away - acid c)Caustic - harsh - both? (acid + base) d)Low pH - 0-6.99 - acid Please check my answers and ...
March 3, 2010 by John

biology
Organic compounds-a)carbohydrates b)lipids c)proteins d)nucleic acid (Explain what each organic compound is and why it is important to the cell)
January 13, 2010 by kim

organic chemistry
Explain why Grignard reagent cannot be prepared from an organic halide that contains a hydroxyl (-OH), a carboxyl (-COOH), a thiol (-SH), or an amino (-NH2 or -NH) group.
March 8, 2009 by Anonymous

Chemistry
Name two organic compounds that cannot be extracted effectively from an aqueous solution by means of an immiscible organic solvent such as diethyl ether or cyclohexane
January 22, 2012 by Leesa

Chemistry
1. If you became confused and did not know whether a flask contains an aqueous layer or an organic layer, how would you find out which it is? 2. Write a balanced reaction for the reaction of Aspirin is precipitated from the basic aqueous solution by the addition of HCl. 3. ...
September 17, 2012 by Cassie

Chemistry
Hey; I am doing a lab write up that has to do with NMR spectroscopy. Part of it asks to determine how many nonequivalent protons are in the compound 2-chloro-6-methylaniline, among other things. My problem is this is for kinetics class but this part of it has to do with ...
February 26, 2008 by Tracy

chemistry
1)when benzoic acid and quinine is dissolved in CH2Cl2 and added 2M NaOH, what is the organic layer and what is the aqueous layer? a)and by adding another 2M NaoH to the organic layer, what is the new aqueous layer and organic layer? b)from (1), if we add CH2Cl2 to the aqueous...
March 31, 2009 by Nancy

chemistry
A student tipped the watch glass and spilled the solution containing organic component X. Use the data given below to estimate the percent of organic solid X in the sample. Mass of sample 0.6084g Mass of water soluble component, Y 0.1565g Mass of insoluble component, Z 0.2293g...
April 9, 2012 by Vanilla

Organic Chemistry 1
Why does iodine absorb organic molecules? This question is referring to the effect of the iodine chamber used in TLC.
October 24, 2008 by Audrey

biology
identify what all organic compounds have in common,and list the four principal classes of or organic compounds
September 23, 2009 by steven

biology
which of these would lead to an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere a- decrease in animal respiration b- decrease in plant respiration c- an increase in photosynthesis d- an increase in auto and factory emissions 2. which activity occurs during the process of ...
December 23, 2013 by anonymous

Chemistry
To neutralize a 0.5192 g organic acid, 44.0 mL NaOH solution (1.00 ml ~ 1.12 mL HCl ~ 0.0100 g CaCO3) is required. What is the equivalent weight of the organic acid?
January 21, 2014 by Summer

OChem
1. if and when boiling points can be used to determine the purity of organic compounds. 2. if and when boiling points can be used to identify organic compounds. 3. when can fractional distillation be used to separate organic compounds
September 23, 2012 by Mia

chemistry
A closed vessel with volume of 226.9mL initially contained air at 680.8mmHg at 16.5 degrees celcius. A sample of an organic liquid of mass 0.113g was injected into the flask which was then warmed to 124.9 degrees celcus causing all the organic liquid to vaporise. The final ...
March 31, 2010 by T

Intro to Astronomy
The half-life of carbon 14, which is commonly used to date organic materials, is 5700 years. What is the minimum age of sample in which less than 1% of the organic carbon 14 is left?
February 9, 2012 by M.T.

chem - pressure
A closed vessel with volume of 226.9mL initially contained air at 680.8mmHg at 16.5 degrees celcius. A sample of an organic liquid of mass 0.113g was injected into the flask which was then warmed to 124.9 degrees celcus causing all the organic liquid to vaporise. The final ...
March 31, 2010 by T

chemistry
In the extraction of an organic compound from a dilute aqueous solution, will the organic solvent form the uppoer or lower layer when each of the following solvent is used? a. chloroform b. cyclohexane c. heptane d. dichloromethane
September 23, 2008 by Poole

organic chemistry
gas chromatographic analysis of a mixture of organic compounds gave the following peak areas: 2-hexene= 2.5 2-bromogexane=4.0 2-henanol=1.8, calculate the mole percent compostion of the mixture
March 14, 2012 by jessica

organic chem
extraction lab: suppose that aqueous and organic (diethyl ether) layers were not mixed thouroughly predict the effect that this would have on the results in your answer, consider melting point temperature of benzophenone thx
June 16, 2010 by jay

organic Chemistry
In my Organic chemistry lab, the calculated enantiomeric excess was over 100% . Is this possible? and If not, what sort of error could have been made? *the observed optical rotation was read correctly
November 23, 2009 by jenny

chemistry
Which solvent would dissolve each of the following compounds?(water, a polar organic solvent, or a nonpolar organic solvent) a) NaI b) H3CCH2CH2OH C)H3CCH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH3
September 11, 2011 by lon

science
NaOH is treated with an organic acid. Normality=0.2N Volume= 45.7 cubic centimeter mass of organic acid= 0.22 give name and strutural formula of the acid
July 2, 2014 by Wania

organic chemistry
Show the reaction of 1-naphthylamine hydrochloride with sodium hydroxide using structural formulas. Indicate which layer (aqueous or organic) each component in the reaction will mainly reside in (for both products and reactants). How is this done?
February 5, 2009 by sarah

organic compounds
Discuss the types of trace elements in organic compounds.
October 1, 2014 by Sara

Organic Chemistry
The separation of a mixture of benzoic acid and benzoin in dichloromethane into its pure compounds by a combination of solvent extraction , distillation and recrystallization. Why is carbon dioxide evolved when the organic solution is shaken with sodium bicarbonate? what is ...
November 17, 2010 by Davia

Science
In a wheelbarrow, you have 2 kilograms of soil for your garden. If 8 percent of it is organic matter( decayed materials from organisms), how many grams of organic matter do you have?
February 28, 2008 by Dee

AS ORGANIC CHEM
An organic compound, X, will react with an excess of calcium metal to produce a salt with the empirical formula CaC4H6O4. What could be the identity of X? 1 ethanoic acid 2 butanedioic acid 3 methylpropanedioic acid With explanation please!
October 22, 2014 by Taylor

organic chemistry
Why does the alkyl halide layer switch from the top layer to the bottom layer at the point where water is used to extract the organic layer?
October 24, 2011 by Ivy

Soxhlet extractor
Does anyone know what kindo of chemistry lab course(Organic, Physical, etc.) might use a soxhlet extractor in the experiments? Sheryl http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soxhlet_extractor Certainly Organic It is used in organic chemistry. The URL provided by Lance will give the ...
October 9, 2006 by Sheryl

Organic Chem
Potassium tert-butoxide is a common base for E2 reactions because it is _______. A. weak base B. an organic base C. a strong base D. a bulky base
March 6, 2009 by nilee

Chemistry
For each definition, find a corresponding term from the following list: alkane,alkene, alkyne, alcohol, ether, aldehyde, ketone, carboxylic acid, ester, amine, fuctional group, isomers. a. Organic compounds with identical molecular formulas that differ in the order the atoms ...
July 20, 2010 by Elisabeth

Chemistry
For each definition, find a corresponding term from the following list: alkane,alkene, alkyne, alcohol, ether, aldehyde, ketone, carboxylic acid, ester, amine, fuctional group, isomers. a. Organic compounds with identical molecular formulas that differ in the order the atoms ...
July 20, 2010 by Elisabeth

Chemistry
A .288 g sample of an unknown monoprotic organic acid is dissolved in water and titrated with a .115 M sodium hydroxide solution. After the addition of 17.54 mL of base, a pH of 4.92 is recorded. The equivalence point is reached when a total of 33.83 mL of NaOH is added. What ...
June 8, 2008 by johnny

college
Organic chemistry question. I need help with a couple of questions on organic groups. What are some products that contain: Alkynes, Aromatic (benzene), Ethers, Aldehydes, Ketones, and Acids. I also need to know some of the harmfull effects that each one of them can cause.
October 24, 2010 by Tom

chemistry
what are 4 chemical properties of organic compounds?i know there non polar molecules and they tend to e soluble in non polar solvents,,but my homework says i need 2 more and i dont know what else..thanks :) Some organic compounds are non-polar and some are polar. In fact, ...
January 3, 2007 by tameka

Organic Chemistry/Biology
My text has a review of some chemistry before getting into the biology bit. I have come to a question "what are 3 characteristics/features of an organic compound." My book seems to only have the general they all have carbon. The rest goes into depth about the different classes...
September 20, 2007 by Lena

math! please help
Land growing continuous grain corn as a cash crop loses soil at a rate of 14.0 metric tonnes ha-1 yr-1. This is a fertile soil, which has an organic matter content of 3.8% and nitrogen content of 0.35% (both by mass). a) we did this question before, lost soil=soil mass 14000kg...
November 12, 2009 by Ramya

Chemistry
Hi, Why are ionic compounds generally insoluble in organic solvents while covalent compounds are generally soluble in organic solvents? Can you please explain in more detail? Thank you.
March 4, 2009 by Aline

bio
4. In the Krebs cycle (or citric acid cycle), starting with citrate, what happens? a. Organic compounds become more reduced and CO2 is produced b. Organic compounds become more oxidized and CO2 is produced c. Some organic compounds become reduced and electron carriers become ...
April 6, 2009 by doug

biology
what are organisms that can synthesize energy-containing organic compounds? organisms that add to the total energy stored in organic compounds? organisms that require sunlight in order to survive? choices: a) autotrophs b) heterotrophs c) both any help is greatly appreciated! :)
October 18, 2009 by Marina

chem
What is the strongest acid among the following? a. CH3COOH b. (Cl)CH2COOH c. (Cl)2CHCOOH d. (Cl)3CCOOH isnt it the most electronegative if the oxygens are the same? The strength of an organic acid depends on the degree of ionization. The chloride end attracts protons, pulling ...
July 16, 2006 by UTramos

Chemistry
Organic hydrogenation reactions, in which H2 and an "unsaturated" organic compound combine, are used in the food, fuel, and polymer industries. In the simplest case, ethene (C2H4) and H2 form ethane (C2H6). If 124 kJ is given off per mole of C2H4 reacting, how much heat is ...
October 19, 2010 by Jo

Chemistry
Organic hydrogenation reactions, in which H2 and an "unsaturated" organic compound combine, are used in the food, fuel, and polymer industries. In the simplest case, ethene (C2H4) and H2 form ethane (C2H6). If 124 kJ is given off per mole of C2H4 reacting, how much heat is ...
October 22, 2010 by HELP !

math
Land growing continuous grain corn as a cash crop loses soil at a rate of 14.0 metric tonnes ha-1 yr-1. This is a fertile soil, which has an organic matter content of 3.8% and nitrogen content of 0.35% (both by mass). a) we did this question before, lost soil=soil mass 14000kg...
November 12, 2009 by Ramya HELP!

Math
Land growing continuous grain corn as a cash crop loses soil at a rate of 14.0 metric tonnes ha-1 yr-1. This is a fertile soil, which has an organic matter content of 3.8% and nitrogen content of 0.35% (both by mass). a)Calculate how long it will take to erode the entire Ah ...
November 12, 2009 by Ramya

chem 211
Organic hydrogenation reactions, in which H2 and an "unsaturated" organic compound combine, are used in the food, fuel, and polymer industries. In the simplest case, ethene (C2H4) and H2 form ethane (C2H6). If 144 kJ is given off per mole of C2H4 reacting, how much heat is ...
October 18, 2013 by beti

Math
If you pass general chemistry, then you can take organic chemistry. You pass general chemistry. ˆ You can take organic chemistry. Let P = you pass general chemistry Let Q = you can take organic chemistry I came up with P - >Q P therefore Q But my set up is wrong, how do I ...
January 21, 2011 by Madison

organic chemistry
Write a complete mechanism. Explain each step. Explain the stereo chemical changes. Compare the HNMR peaks of the substrate and the organic product Indicate missing peaks and newly formed peaks in the product. CH3CH2CH2CH3 + Cl2/light--- CH3CHCLCH2CH3 =HCL
November 30, 2008 by Anonymous

organic chemistry
a careless organic chemistry student was performing "competing nucleophiles in nucleophilic substitution reactions" experiment , and left his container of tert-butyl chloride and tert-butyl bromide open to the air for several hours. what happened to the composition of the ...
October 22, 2012 by lyly

Principle of operation
Regarding extraction, the heading is: Descripton of method. Principle of operation. My description is: Extraction is based on the principle that a certain solute will dissolve in two immiscible phases, one of which is usually liquid. For example, where one liquid is water and ...
October 7, 2006 by Sheryl

college chemistry
a 20.3 sample of an organic compound was ground with 442 mg of camphor to form an intimate mixture melting at 170.3 degree C. What is the apparent formula weight of the organic compound ? (Kf of camphor=37.7 degree C/m M.P. of camphor= 178.4 degree C)
December 6, 2010 by Cami

CHEM Help please Thanks
8) Explain exactly how you would perform the following laboratory instructions: -a) “Wash the organic layer with 5.0 mL of 1 M aqueous sodium bicarbonate.” -b) “Extract the aqueous layer three times with 2 mL portions of methylene chloride.” 10) What should you do if there is ...
December 5, 2013 by Amy

Chemistry
This is the first in a series of hw pages. If anyone would be able to help me with this one I think I would be able to complete the other 20 hw questions I have. Thanks to anyone that helps. For each definition, find a corresponding term from the following list: alkane,alkene...
July 20, 2010 by Drew

chemistry
why do organic reactions occur more slowly than inorganic reactions (those that contain ionic bonds)? In inorganic reactions the ions merely need to get close enough to attract between + and - charges. Organic compounds are not ionic (some are polar); therefore, the atoms are ...
January 10, 2007 by joe

Math
Land growing continuous grain corn as a cash crop loses soil at a rate of 14.0 metric tonnes ha-1 yr-1. This is a fertile soil, which has an organic matter content of 3.8% and nitrogen content of 0.35% (both by mass). a) we did this question before, lost soil=soil mass 14000kg...
November 12, 2009 by Ramya

Chemistry
In an organic chemistry lab, why is the organic layer usually the upper layer in the separatory funnel while the aqueous layer is usually the bottom layer?
November 16, 2011 by Rachel

Organic
Which layer is likely to be on the bottom in each case? a. Sodium chloride layer or a layer containing a high-density organic compound dissolved in methylene chloride (d  1.4 g/mL) b. Sodium chloride layer or a layer containing a low-density organic compound dissolved in ...
September 29, 2014 by chemNerd

Chemistry
A dilute aqueous solution of an organic compound soluble in water is formed by dissolving 2.35 g of the compound in water to form 0.250 L solution. The resulting solution has an osmotic pressure of 0.605 atm at 25 Celsius. Assuming that the organic compound is a nonelectrolyte...
February 6, 2012 by Jeremy

chemistry
what experimental difficulty would you encounter if you had neglected to include a drying step before evaporating the ether solution of the neutral organic compound? Water was added to the organic solvent ,but a drying agent wasn't added. So would the difficulty be a ...
November 9, 2008 by jason

chemistry
discuss if and when melting points can be used to determine the purity of organic and inorganic compounds and if and when melting points can be used to identify organic and inorganic compounds.
January 18, 2011 by ben

chemistry -drbob222
I'm not sure if my 1 and 2 are correct, and I don't know how to do 3, 4, and 5. Any help is appreciated! 1) You wish to extract an organic compound from an aqueous phase into an organic layer. to minimizing the number of transfer steps, would it be better to use an organic ...
October 9, 2009 by Anonymous

bio
5. What is meant by the term “carbon fixation”? a. The release of CO2 from glucose during catabolism b. The delivery of CO2 to an enzyme required for the production of glucose c. The production of two 3-carbon molecules from one 6-carbon molecule d. The production of a 4-...
April 6, 2009 by doug

Chemistry
Hi Everyone, Please Give me two examples of organic compound that have two different functional side groups groups. Please list the functional side groups for each organic compound.
November 10, 2011 by Allan

Organic and Nuclear Chemistry
Concerning the saponification process, which statement is true? A. The polar end of a soap molecule dissolves in oil. B. The nonpolar end of a soap molecule dissolves in both oil and water. C. Detergents with branched chains are biodegradable. D. Organic molecules that have ...
June 25, 2010 by Sadie

Chemistry
I'm doing an intro to organic chem, and i'm looking at the functional groups of organic compounds. More specifically, I am looking at melting/boiling points. I keep reading that one has a greater m/b pt. than another, but another one has a greater m/b pt. that one but not ...
March 6, 2010 by Jeff

Math
Land growing continuous grain corn as a cash crop loses soil at a rate of 14.0 metric tonnes ha-1 yr-1. This is a fertile soil, which has an organic matter content of 3.8% and nitrogen content of 0.35% (both by mass). a) Calculate how long it will take to erode the entire Ah ...
November 10, 2009 by rina math help

SCIENCE/MATH
Land growing continuous grain corn as a cash crop loses soil at a rate of 14.0 metric tonnes ha-1 yr-1. This is a fertile soil, which has an organic matter content of 3.8% and nitrogen content of 0.35% (both by mass). a)Calculate how long it will take to erode the entire Ah ...
November 6, 2009 by SAMY

chemistry
in the isolation of eugenol, why is it necessary to extract the organic layer with enough base? I am not an organic chemist so check me on this. Isn't eugenol a phenol? Won't that make it somewhat acid? Won't the NaOH extraction make the phenol a sodium salt soluble in the ...
January 15, 2007 by madel

anatomy
which organic compounds and cellular organelles are in protein synthesis? I found the organelles but don't know the organic compounds? I am confused about this one, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protein_biosynthesis I believe that they are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, ...
November 10, 2006 by Haydee

Organic Chemistry
I just finished an organic chemistry lab experiment on separating and analyzing an unknown acid/neutral compound mixture using extraction, recrystallization, TLC, melting point analysis, and IR spectrum. In the instructions, "Obtain an IR spectrum for each of your ...
December 6, 2010 by Kate

Chemistry
Hi, this is a reply to the question I asked earlier. I asked about the classification and functional group of an organic compound. It has bonds between H-C-C-H. Off of each Carbon is single bonds of Hydrogen above and below. making a total of 6 Hydrogens and two carbons. They ...
May 3, 2010 by Julia

Organic chem
i have no idea how to do this! please help me :) 1a. When sodium benzyloxide is reacted with excess acetic anhydride it produces benzyl acetate and byproducts. What are those byproducts? If extracting with dichloromethane, what could be added to the aqueous layer to sequester ...
August 7, 2012 by Tasneem

SCIENCE
1. Multiple choice: why is it uncommon to draw lewis diagrams for ionic compounds? A.) Lewis diagrams can only illustrate covalent bonding B.) ionic compounds cannot be represented by Lewis diagrams C.) ionic compounds involve electron transfer not electron sharing d.) ...
March 20, 2014 by Anonymous

Analytical chem
Cu+ reacts with neocuproine to form the coloured complex (neocuproine)2Cu+, with an absorption maximum at 454 nm. Neocuproine is particularly useful because it reacts with few other metals. The copper complex is soluble in 3-methyl-1-butanol, an organic solvent that does not ...
June 24, 2014 by panchi

Physics
A hydrometer consists of a spherical bulb and a cylindrical stem with a cross-sectional area of 0.400 cm^2. The total volume of the bulb and stem is 13.2 cm^3. When immersed in water, the hydrometer floats with 8.00 cm of stem above the water surface. When the hydrometer is ...
July 9, 2010 by Deanna

Chem.
Here's a multiple choice on a worksheet I've been given. The thing is the answers make no sense. Condensation reactions occur between a BLANK and a BLANK to form a BLANK and water. The options are: a. alcohol, ester, ether b.ester, ether, alcohol c. Organic acid, alcohol, ...
May 20, 2009 by Tabetha

Extraction equations
Extraction procedure and equations: Thought I'd better post this on the current page. I need the reaction equations checked. I tried to put them in bold but can't. They should all be after Reaction: Solid benzoic acid, p-nitroaniline and napthalene -> Dissolve in CH2Cl2 -&...
October 8, 2006 by Sheryl

Microbio
I have a hard time with this finding the concept for the below: plz help How and in what way does the input of organic matter, such as sewage, effect the O2 content of a river or stream? A pond or lake? Does the organic matter get digested by bacteria, microbes et al? Do they ...
December 5, 2006 by Josh

Biology
Which of the following is a correct statement? A. Decomposition is an important part of only two of the three nutrient cycles. B. The nutrient cycles contain paths of elements through the living world but not through the nonliving world. C. Living organisms are able to convert...
September 4, 2013 by Cassie

Organic Chemistry
1a. When sodium benzyloxide is reacted with excess acetic anhydride it produces benzyl acetate and byproducts. What are those byproducts? If extracting with dichloromethane, what could be added to the aqueous layer to sequester the byproducts? Which layer would be on top, the ...
August 6, 2012 by Tasneem

Solar energy please help
1-Consider an organic solar cell consisting of a TiO2 semiconductor with an ionization energy 7.8eV and a polymer with an electron affinity 3.4eV. Which of the followning band diagrams corresponds to the organic solar cell. The band gap of TiO2 is 3.5eV. (a) (b) 2-What is the ...
November 29, 2013 by UNO

Chemistry
Help please! I need to identify an organic compound and tell the functional group of the molecule- the compound is single-bonded ,it is composed of a middle chain H,C,C,H. Off both carbons are single chains consisting of a H above and below each of the carbon. What ...
May 3, 2010 by Julia

Chemistry
When you're naming organic compounds, is there more than one name that's acceptable for each compound? For example Ch3-CH2-CH2 CH3 1 1 CH3-CH-CH-CH 1 1 CH3-CH2 CH3 Hopefully this appeared alright once I typed it. The ones represent bonds. In the answer key, the name is 3 ethyl...
May 20, 2009 by Rori

Chemistry
Phenol dissolved into sodium hydroxide solution to give another solution A. What would be formed when A reacted with phenylamine/nitrous acid mixture , butylamine/nitrous acid mixture and ammonia/ nitrous acid respectively ? The resulting solution were brown , red and ...
December 6, 2008 by initial D

HCA 230
Describe two different cultures and their views in health.Describe what the implications to health care providers. Consider cultural views on the following topics: Health as organic, Health as Harmony, Disease as a curse or stigma. In response to this paper, I started with ...
December 13, 2009 by linda

organic
how do you prepare m-bromophenol (E)?
January 22, 2009 by johny

Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | Next>>

Search
Members