I keep getting the error message: “Incorrect. The product shown has a stereocenter. The enantiomers must be shown.” Thank you for the help!
1. What mass of CCl4 (in grams) will be produced when 7.8 g of carbon reacts with 41.0 g of chlorine? HINT: Consider which compound is the limiting reagent. C + 2CL(2) –> CCL(4) 2. Suppose 4.2 g of zinc is treated with 8.4 g of pure hydrogen chloride. What is the maximum mass (in…
An unknown amount of a compound with a molecular mass of 292.39 g/mol is dissolved in a 10 mL volumetric flask. A 1.00 mL aliquot of this solution is transferred to a 25 mL volumetric flask, and enough water is added to dilute to the mark. The absorbance of this diluted solution at 351 nm…
Draw the expected major product of the following reaction.
[ Chemistry ] Open Question : How much of a 1M NaCl solution should you add to 28L of water to produce a final concentration of 44mM?
Question in the title! I’ve tried googling this as much as I can think to; the typical C1V1 solution throws a quadratic that doesn’t match approximated results when I solve it on my calculator. Any help would be appreciated, but especially I’d appreciate help with setting up this kind of problem in general!
When it comes to solubility of a chemical, if a soluble chemical were to react with an insoluble chemical does it just indicate that it’ll probably be a precipitate or that it doesn’t react? If it is precipitate how can I predict that it’ll either be a gas or solid?