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5.13: Additional Exercises

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    Kinetics and the Rate Equation

    5-1 For a chemical reaction, what is the rate equation used to correlate?

    5-2 Write the rate equation that describes the rate of the following reaction.

    aA + bB → cC + dD

    5-3 What is the overall order of the following reaction with multiple reactants?


    Rate = k [A]1[B]1/2

    Halogenation of Alkanes

    5-4 For the following compounds, give all possible monochlorinated derivatives.

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    5-5 For the following compounds, identify the major product of free-radical bromination.

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    5-6 Explain why radical bromination is significantly more selective than radical chlorination.


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