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ISBN: 9781337398909
Chapter 8, Problem 8.59PAE
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8.59 What are the products of a condensation polymerization reaction?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The condensation reaction is type of polymer formation reaction in which molecules join together and loses small molecules as byproducts.

Concept introduction:

Condensation polymerization is a step growth polymerization reaction in which the molecules are reacting with each other to form a giant molecule and eliminates small molecules. Generally these type of reactions observed in case of formation polyamides, polyesters, proteins etc.

Explanation of Solution

It is to be explained by taking a reaction of formation of polyamides as polymers. In these types of reactions, an acid reacts with an amine molecule to form amide function group by eliminating water as a byproduct...

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8.91 If you puce 1.0 L of ethanol (C2H3OH) in a...Ch. 8 - 8.92 An environmental engineering team is brought...Ch. 8 - 8.93 Do a web search to find out how p- and n-type...Ch. 8 - 8.94 Hydraulic fluids are liquids moving in a...Ch. 8 - 8.95 It is possible to make syndiotactic...Ch. 8 - 8.96 A business manager wants to provide a wider...Ch. 8 - 8.97 The doping of semiconductors can be done with...Ch. 8 - 8.98 If you know the density of material and the...Ch. 8 - 8.99 If a pin is run across a magnet a number of...Ch. 8 - 8.100 You go into the laboratory to look for a...Ch. 8 - 8.101 A materials engineer, with an eye toward...Ch. 8 - 8.102 How is polarizability related to the...Ch. 8 - 8.103 Cryolite (Na3AlF6) is used in refining...Ch. 8 - Use rise web to look up the percentage of dopant...Ch. 8 - 8.105 Use the web to look up the percentage of...

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