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Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285869759

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Chapter 18, Problem 18.35P
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18-35 The normal pH range for blood plasma is 7.35 to 7.45. Under these conditions, would you expect the carboxyl group of lactic acid (PKa 4.07) to exist primarily as a carboxyl group or as a carboxylate anion? Explain.

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Chapter 18 Solutions

Introduction to General, Organic and Biochemistry
Ch. 18 - 18-11 Draw a structural formula for each...Ch. 18 - 18-12 Calcium oxalate is a major component of...Ch. 18 - 18-13 The monopotassium salt of oxalic acid is...Ch. 18 - 18-14 Answer true or false. (a) Carboxylic acids...Ch. 18 - 18-15 Draw a structural formula for the dimer...Ch. 18 - 18-16 Propanedioic (malonic) acid forms an...Ch. 18 - 18-17 Hexanoic (caproic) acid has a solubility in...Ch. 18 - 18-18 Propanoic acid and methyl acetate are...Ch. 18 - 18-19 The following compounds have approximately...Ch. 18 - 18-20 The following compounds have approximately...Ch. 18 - 18-21 Arrange these compounds in order of...Ch. 18 - 18-22 Answer true or false. (a) Fatty acids are...Ch. 18 - 18-23 Characterize the structural features...Ch. 18 - 18-24 The detergents illustrated in this chapter...Ch. 18 - 18-25 Following are structural formulas for two...Ch. 18 - 18-26 Answer true or false. (a) Carboxylic acids...Ch. 18 - 18-27 Alcohols, phenols, and carboxylic acids all...Ch. 18 - 18-28 Arrange these compounds in order of...Ch. 18 - 18-29 Complete the equations for these acid—base...Ch. 18 - 18-30 Complete the equations for these acid-base...Ch. 18 - 18-31 Formic acid is one of the components...Ch. 18 - 18-32 Starting with the definition of Ka of a weak...Ch. 18 - 18-33 Using the equation from Problem 18-32 that...Ch. 18 - 18-34 The pKa of acetic acid is 4.75. What form(s)...Ch. 18 - 18-35 The normal pH range for blood plasma is 7.35...Ch. 18 - 18-36 The pKa of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C, see...Ch. 18 - 18-37 Complete the equations for the following...Ch. 18 - 18-38 Which is the stronger base: CH3CH2NH2 or...Ch. 18 - 18-39 Complete the equations for the following...Ch. 18 - 18-40 Define and give an example of Fischer...Ch. 18 - 18-41 Complete these examples of Fischer...Ch. 18 - 18-42 From what carboxylic acid and alcohol is...Ch. 18 - 18-43 Methyl 2-hydroxybenzoate (methyl salicylate)...Ch. 18 - 18-44 Show how you could convert cinnamic acid to...Ch. 18 - 18-45 Give the expected organic product formed...Ch. 18 - 18-46 Procaine (its hydrochloride salt is marketed...Ch. 18 - 18-47 Methylparaben and propylparaben are used as...Ch. 18 - 18-48 4-Aminobenzoic acid is prepared from benzoic...Ch. 18 - 18-49 When 5-hydroxypentanoic acid is treated with...Ch. 18 - 18-50 We have seen that esters can be prepared by...Ch. 18 - 18-51 Draw the structural formula of a compound...Ch. 18 - 18-52 Complete the equations for these oxidations:Ch. 18 - 18-53 In Chapter 27, we will study a metabolic...Ch. 18 - 18-54 Azithromycin is a broad-spectrum antibiotic...Ch. 18 - 18-55 Below is the structural formula of a...

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