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Carbocations and Aromatic Chemistry notes
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Notes on the types of carbocations and their relative reactivity, their reactions including rearrangements and shifts, how readily they will migrate. Reactions of benzene including Fiedel Crafts alkylation and acylation, nitration, sulfonation. A look at further substitution and the impact of resonance, inductive effects and steric factors at controlling additional substitution. Ways to form substituted aromatics are then given including Diels Alder and carbonyl condensation. A few reactions of ...

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BIO 211 MICRO 3 Final Exam 2020 Latest Update(Real Exam)
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BIO 211 FINAL EXAM 2020 Your answer is CORRECT. Organotrophy is a term describing microorganisms that: A) use preformed organic compounds as a source of electrons and obtain energy through fermentations or organic respiration B) obtain electrons and H via photolysis of H2O or H2S, producing O2 or S2, respectively C) perform photolysis of small organic molecules D) all of the above E) none of th e above Your answer is CORRECT. Which of the following statements is true regarding the ele...

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Chem 1A Practice Exam III-Key-Version B-1(Graded A exam 2020,perfect work)
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Chem 1A Practice Exam III-Key-Version B-1(Graded A exam 2020,perfect work) Chem 1A Practice Exam III Two balloons are filled with He and are in different locations. Both have the same temperature and the same mass of He. Balloon A is being kept at a pressure that is twice that of balloon B. 1) Which balloon has the higher volume? 2) Which balloon has the higher gas density? PA is twice PB Mass/v = density 3) Which will release the most energy as it cools from 50 to 25 C? Specific hea...

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CHEM 120N -Practice Final Exam Study Guide|GRADED A
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1. (TCO 4) The shape of a carbon dioxide molecule is _____. (Points : 5) tetrahedral pyramidal linear triangular None of the above 2. (TCO 4) Which of the following substances does not have polar covalent bonds? (Points : 5) CO2 CH3Cl Cl2 NF3 3. (TCO 8) According to the Bronsted-Lowry definition, which chemical in the following reaction is the acid? NH3 HNO3  NH4 NO3- (Points : 5) NH4 NH3 NO3- ...

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Chapter 29 - Assessment of Hematologic System Subjective and Objective Data Past health history • Previous hematologic problems such as anemia, bleeding disorders, or blood diseases • Anemias – fatigue, malaise, fever, anorexia, weight loss, diarrhea o A dietary history may provide clues about the cause of anemia. • Iron, cobalamin, and folic acid are necessary for the development of RBCs. • Iron and folic acid deficiencies are associated with inadequate intake of foods such as liv...

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