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1.0gm of a sample of an organic compound was burnt in excess of oxygen to yeld 3.03gm of co2 and 1.55gm of h2o if the molecular mass of the compound is 58 , find it's molecular formulaC4H10
4. If you were studying an enzyme that catalyzed the reaction of ATP and fructose 1-
phosphate to form fructose 1,6-bisphosphate and ADP and discovered that a plot of the
initial velocity of formation of fructose 1,6-bisphosphate versus ATP concentration was
not hyperbolic, but rather sigmoid, what would you suspect?
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if impure benzoic acid was dissolved in hot water and the container is dipped in cold water immediately instead of allowing it cool slowly. what is the outcome of cooling the solution in this manner
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a. how to calculate the percentage yield in a reaction like this
b. how to calculate the percentage used in a reaction like this above
mass of acetic acid?
molar mass=60.052 g/mol
heat capacity=8.43kj/C
temp increase from 24.5 C to 36.8 C
deltarU for combustion =-874.2kj/mol
Identify how the name of an organic molecule indicates how long the carbon chain is. Provide evidence form two different types of compounds
what happens to the product of photosynthesis after they are made. how are they used
There seems to be a mistake in Q#56841
The problem is the number of electrons used to balance the equation. I think it should be 9e, This problem says 6.
In the reaction c4h10 + o2= co2 + h2o 172.5 g of c4h10 reacts with excess o2. How many grams of co2 will be produced?
In the reaction c4h10 + o2= co2 + h2o 172.5 g of c4h10 reacts with excess o2. How many grams of co2 will be produced?
2-bromobutane and 1 bromobutane are example of what type of isomerism?
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