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The molecular weight of 1-bromobutane. 7. Physical Form: liq. Yes, 1-bromobutane is a liquid. 8. 6. The melting point of solid 1-bromobutane. Handbooks report only the top of the melting-point range. You, however, should report the entire range. 9. 6. 6°C. 8°C is the boiling point at 30 torr. 10. 275820. The density of 1-bromobutane. The superscript, here 20, is the temperature (°C) at which the density was taken. These numbers are true densities, and no longer are any of these specific gravities.
77 g 1-butanol 1 mL 1-butanol 2. Calculate the moles of 1-butanol. Here you use the molecular weight. It’s given in g/mol, but you have to flip that relationship. If you don’t, your units will wind up being g2/mol instead of mol. 12 g 1-butanol 3. Use the stoichiometric factor to get moles of 1-bromobutane. Here, 1 mole of 1-butanol is converted to 1 mole of 1-bromobutane. Even though this is pretty simple, keep the units anyway. There will be times when the reaction is not 1:1, and if you don’t get the fraction set up correctly—that’s all, folks.
Form C7H8O2 Synonym Benzenecarboxylic acid 65-85-0 CAS RN Physical Form mcI lf or nd Mol. Wt. 2 Sample CRC entries from the 90th edition. Benzoic acid. (Copyright © 2009 from CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics by D. R. Lide, Ed. ) Name No. 1 Sample CRC entries from the 90th edition. 1-Bromobutane. (Copyright © 2009 from CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics by D. R. Lide, Ed. ) Name No. ) A fairly well-known but not well-used handbook. Some of the entries are similar to those in the CRC Handbook, so I’ll point out only the interesting differences.