UCI webworks Problem 9

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Use the labels (CV+, –OH, CVOH, , Ea (activation energy), & G) to complete the reaction potential energy profile below. More than one answer is possible for some spots


a. ?
b. iii
c. iv
d. ii
e. i

these are the correct answers. idk a but i know its not v, vi

  • UCI webworks Problem 9 -

    it's v, vi; both are correct

  • UCI webworks Problem 9 -

    a. v, vi
    b. iii
    c. iv
    d. ii
    e. i

  • UCI webworks Problem 9 -

    tried the above, it is correct.

  • UCI webworks Problem 9 -

    Yep! Above was correct!

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    correct

  • UCI webworks Problem 9 -

    yep, it's right :)

  • UCI webworks Problem 9 -

    For some reason, I keep get the wrong answer if you follow those format as CV+ = i ; -OH = ii etc...

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