Textbook: Loudon 5th Ed. (2009)

Chapter 3: Acids and Bases. The Curved-Arrow Notation

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Individual Problems

Problem # 540

 

Rank the following anions in order of decreasing stability (1 = most stable)

Problem # 286

Draw the conjugate base forms of each acid listed below, then rank the acids in order or decreasing acidity (1 = most acidic).

Explain your reasoning.

Problem # 288

Draw the conjugate base form of each acid listed below, then rank the acids in order or decreasing acidity (1 = most acidic).

Explain your reasoning.

 

 

Problem # 303

 Draw the conjugate base form of each acid listed below, then rank the acids in order or decreasing acidity (1 = most acidic).

Explain your reasoning.

 

Problem # 304

 Draw the conjugate base form of each acid listed below, then rank the acids in order or decreasing acidity (1 = most acidic).

Explain your reasoning.

 

Problem # 307

Rank the group of molecules below in in order of decreasing basicity. (1 = most basic)

Explain your reasoning.

Problem # 308

 

Rank the group of molecules below in in order of decreasing basicity. (1 = most basic)

Explain your reasoning.

 

Problem # 535
 

Rank the following anions in order of decreasing stability (1 = most stable)

Problem # 305

Rank each group of acids in order of decreasing acidity. (1 = most acidic)

Explain your reasoning. You will have to use more than one rule in your explanation (resonance, electronegativity, atomic radius, etc.). 

 

Problem # 306

Rank each group of acids in order of decreasing acidity. (1 = most acidic)

Explain your reasoning. You will have to use more than one rule in your explanation (resonance, electronegativity, atomic radius, etc.). 

 

Problem # 745

The molecule below has five different types of hydrogens (A through E). Rank each in order of decreasing acidity.

(1 = most acidic). Explain your reasoning.