Question: Following are three processes that have been used for the
Following are three processes that have been used for the industrial manufacture of acrylonitrile— an important chemical used in the manufacture of plastics, synthetic rubber, and fibers. Use bond energy values to estimate ΔH for each of the reactions.
The nitrogen– oxygen bond energy in nitric oxide (NO) is 630. kJ/ mol.
Relevant QuestionsIs the elevated temperature noted in parts b and c of Exercise 50 needed to provide energy to endothermic reactions? Exercise 50 b. The nitrogen– oxygen bond energy in nitric oxide (NO) is 630. kJ/ mol. c. Write Lewis structures that obey the octet rule for each of the following. Except for HCN and H2CO, the first atom listed is the central atom. For HCN and H2CO, carbon is the central atom. a. HCN b. PH3 c. CHCl3 d. NH4+ e. ...Benzene (C6H6) consists of a six-membered ring of car-bon atoms with one hydrogen bonded to each carbon. Draw Lewis structures for benzene, including resonance structures. Consider the following bond lengths: In the CO32- ion, all three COO bonds have identical bond lengths of 1.36 Å. Why? Oxidation of the cyanide ion produces the stable cyanate ion (OCN2). The fulminate ion (CNO2), on the other hand, is very unstable. Fulminate salts explode when struck; Hg(CNO)2 is used in blasting caps. Write the Lewis ...
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