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Luminol: Luminol- gives off light when returning to ground state   Luminol: Why do you add acetic acid to luminol? to neutralize it     Nitration: Hydrocarbons do not dissolve in conc. sulfuric acid, but methyl benzoate does, why? Methyl benzoate dissolves in conc. sulfuric acid bc it has hybrids wi...
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Organic Chemistry Lab Lab report. Tetraphenylcyclopentadienone 1.Calculations (show procedures and use molar masses at least to the 0.01 g/mol) a. Calculate and determine the limiting reagent based on the actual amounts of reactants being used. b.Calculate the theoretical and percent yields of TPCP....
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A catalyst increases the rate of a reaction by Group of answer choices increasing the concentration of the reactants. increasing the activation energy of the reaction. changing the mechanism of the reaction. decreasing the enthalpy change of the reaction.
Editor April 29, 2021 17:32
Answer changing the mechanism of the reaction.   Explanation A catalyst speeds up a chemical reaction without being consumed by the reaction. It lowers the activation energy for a reaction, (View full solution)
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In comparing the pH to the pOH, they must always add up to.
Editor April 18, 2021 20:20
Answer Ans = 14   pH and pOH must always equal pKw (14) Explanation pH and pOH are the log concentrations of protons and hydroxide ions respectively. We find the (View full solution)
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How many grams of NaCl are needed to prepare a 3L solution of 1.5 M NaCl?
Editor April 15, 2021 20:53
Answer 262.98 grams   Explanation Method 1: The molecular weight (molar mass) of NaCl is 58.44 g/mol Molarity = Moles / Volume (L) Moles = Volume * Molarity = 3L (View full solution)
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