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"When the -OH group is attached to one of the end carbons its location does not have to be specified". That quote was from 2.2 and I assume what it means is that the reason it doesn't have to be specified is because if it's at the end you prioritize it and put the carbon connecting to the ...
Based on a post that asks a similar question in 2013, Dr.Lavelle said that H's are implied when drawing line structures. These are his exact words, "Each point or end of the line represents a carbon atom. Any other atom must be specified and written in. For example, in butene, we can count that...
Look at the labels of the axes and the shape I think. Here's a site I found that has more details. Hope it helps.
- Tue Jan 26, 2016 10:28 pm
- Forum: Thermodynamic Systems (Open, Closed, Isolated)
- Topic: Winter 2015 Quiz 1
- Replies: 2
- Views: 497
It doesn't lose internal energy, delta U stands for change in internal energy and there is no change. It stays having 5kj of energy so the change or delta U is zero.