Monday, November 7, 2011

Additional reading

For chapter 5. Don't forget about trying the MasteringChemistry assignments for practice!
Chapter 5 tutorials: Intermolecular forces | Hydrogen bonding in water

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure where to post this, but on the practice midterm online, there was no answer posted for the very last question. I'm a little shaky on how to draw the pi bonds, so I'd appreciate seeing an answer.

Anonymous said...

is there going to be a chemistry 101 review/help session other in class? I believe there was one for last midterm but I am unclear on where and when??

Scott McIndoe said...

I will cover the missing questions today or Friday.
Yes, there will be a problem solving class today. The review class was last Wednesday.

Anonymous said...

on the 2010 midterm there was no answers for the written response 3 and 5
I would really appreciate seeing them :) thx

Scott McIndoe said...

I will do them in class on Friday

Anonymous said...

This is a question from an old final exam:Considering intermolecular forces, which of the following should have the highest boiling point?
A) CH3-O-CH3
B)CH3CH2OH
c)CH3CH2CH3
d)CH3CH2SH
e) CH3CH2CH2CH3
Would the answer be B)?

Scott McIndoe said...

Yes

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