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Major and Minor Resonance Contributors

Q. Give the two other reasonable resonance structures for the molecule below, showing all lone pairs and formal charges. (a) Circle the MAJOR resonanc...

Solved • Sep 18, 2018

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Q. Which of the following resonance structures is least significant?

Solved • Aug 20, 2018

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Q. Draw all of the resonance forms in complete skeletal form for the following molecule. Label the BEST resonance form.

Solved • Aug 22, 2017

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Q. Draw 3 resonance valid structures using curved arrows to show electron flow and determine the major resonance contributor and why.

Solved • Jun 9, 2017

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Q. Draw 3 valid resonance structures using curved arrows to show electron flow and determine the major resonance contributor and why.

Solved • Jun 9, 2017

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Q. The carbocation shown below belongs to a class of intermediates known as benzyl cations. a. Draw all major resonance structures expected for this ...

Solved • Jun 8, 2017

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Q. Identify the major and minor resonance contributor(s) for the formate ion HCO2-.

Solved • May 4, 2017

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Q. The following molecule is best represented as the hybrid of contributing structures. Draw the second important contributing structure in the space ...

Solved • Dec 13, 2016

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Q. Circle the correct statement(s) with regard to the resonance structure below. (can be more than one answer) (i) Both are of equal stability (ii) ...

Solved • Aug 5, 2016

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Q. Consider the anion below, which is a resonance hybrid. Only one important resonance structure is given – each additional important resonance struct...

Solved • Aug 3, 2016

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Q. One contributing resonance structure to a resonance hybrid is given. Curved arrows are used to show how electron pairs move to generate a second re...

Solved • Aug 3, 2016

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Q. One contributing resonance structure to a resonance hybrid is given. Curved arrows are used to show how electron pairs move to generate a second re...

Solved • Aug 3, 2016

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Q. Use line-angle (skeletal) structures (showing all lone pairs). A. Create the electron arrows needed to arrive at the other resonance structures for...

Solved • Jul 29, 2016

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Q. Dimethylformamide (DMF), HCON(CH3)2, is an example of a polar aprotic solvent, aprotic meaning it has no hydrogen atoms attached to highly electron...

Solved • Jun 16, 2016

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Q. Of two possible structures A and B for the conjugate acid of guanidine, the more stable is the one that is better stabilized by electron delocaliza...

Solved • Jun 14, 2016

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Q. Write a more stable contributing structure for each of the following. Use curved arrows to show how to transform the original Lewis formula to the ...

Solved • Jun 13, 2016

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Q. Write a more stable contributing structure for each of the following. Use curved arrows to show how to transform the original Lewis formula to the ...

Solved • Jun 13, 2016

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Q. Write a more stable contributing structure for each of the following. Use curved arrows to show how to transform the original Lewis formula to the ...

Solved • Jun 13, 2016

Major and Minor Resonance Contributors

Q. Write a more stable contributing structure for each of the following. Use curved arrows to show how to transform the original Lewis formula to the ...

Solved • Jun 13, 2016

Major and Minor Resonance Contributors

Q. Write a more stable contributing structure for each of the following. Use curved arrows to show how to transform the original Lewis formula to the ...

Solved • Jun 13, 2016

Major and Minor Resonance Contributors

Q. Write a more stable contributing structure for each of the following. Use curved arrows to show how to transform the original Lewis formula to the ...

Solved • Jun 13, 2016

Major and Minor Resonance Contributors

Q. Write a more stable contributing structure for each of the following. Use curved arrows to show how to transform the original Lewis formula to the ...

Solved • Jun 13, 2016

Major and Minor Resonance Contributors

Q. Write a more stable contributing structure for each of the following. Use curved arrows to show how to transform the original Lewis formula to the ...

Solved • Jun 13, 2016

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Q. Write a more stable contributing structure for each of the following. Use curved arrows to show how to transform the original Lewis formula to the ...

Solved • Jun 13, 2016

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Q. Which one of the following is not a permissible contributing structure? Why? 

Solved • Jun 13, 2016

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Q. Under basic conditions (catalytic MeO– in MeOH), compound 1 rearranges through the mechanistic sequence shown below to a propellane-type isomer 5 (...

Solved • Jun 7, 2016

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Q. A mixture of sulfuric acid and nitric acid will produce small quantities of the nitronium ion (NO2+):   

Solved • May 23, 2016

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Q. Basic red 1 is a tetracyclic compound (it has four rings) that shares many structural similarities with the dyes in the previous problem (Chem. Rev...

Solved • May 23, 2016

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Q. Starting from the structure below, draw three (3) additional resonance forms that are also  more significant contributors. Clearly circle the  most...

Solved • May 3, 2016

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Q. Use line-angle (skeletal) structures (showing all lone pairs present). A. Create the electron arrows needed to arrive at the other resonance struct...

Solved • Apr 26, 2016

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Q. Which resonance structure contributes the most to the overall picture of this molecule?

Solved • Apr 23, 2016

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Q. For the three Lewis structures shown below, two OR three of the structures shown can be considered resonance forms of each other. One of the struct...

Solved • Apr 11, 2016

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Q. From the molecule 2 shown below, How many resonance forms can we have in total and which one is the major contributor? 

Solved • Mar 17, 2016

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Q. Use line-angle (skeletal) structures (showing all lone pairs and charges present).A) Create the electron arrows needed to arrive at the other reson...

Solved • Feb 11, 2016

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Q. A Lewis formula is shown on the left below. Analyze the structure and determine where you need the electron arrow(s) to generate the proper electro...

Solved • Feb 11, 2016

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Q. Which of the following resonance structures is the least important contributor to the resonance hybrid of the acetate anion, CH3COO- ?

Solved • Jan 28, 2016