5.42 The specific rotation of (S)-2-butanol is +13.5. If 1.00 g of its enantiomer is dissolved...
5.41 Predict the value for the specific rotation of the following compound. Explain your answer. -OH НО. 5.42 The specific rotation of (S)-2-butanol is +13.5. If 1.00 g of its enantiomer is dissolved in 10.0 mL of ethanol and placed in a sample cell with a length of 1.00 dm, what observed rotation do you expect? 5.43 The specific rotation of l-alanine in water (at 25°C) is +2.8. A chemist prepared a mixture of l- alanine and its enantiomer, and...
5.40 You are given a solution containing a pair of enantiomers (A and B). Careful measurements show that the solution contains 98% A and 2% B. What is the ee of this solution? 5.41 HO TOH Predict the value for the specific rotation of the following compound. Explain your answer. -OH HO. 5.42 The specific rotation of (S)-2-butanol is +13.5. If 1.00 g of its enantiomer is dissolved in 10.01 of ethanol and placed in a sample cell with a...
What observed rotation is expected when a 1.00 M solution of (R)-2-butanol is mixed with an equal volume of a 0.500 M solution of racemic 2-butanol, and the resulting solution is analyzed in a sample container that is 1 dm long? The specific rotation of (R)-2-butanol is –13.9 degrees mL g–1 dm–1.
The specific rotation of pure (-)-2-butanol is -13.5°. If a mixture has a specific rotation of +7o, how much of each form (+ and-) is present and what is the e.e. of the mixture? 21. 22. (-)-Lactic acid has a specific rotation of -3.8°. What is the specific rotation of a solution containing 7.5 g of (--lactic acid and 2.5 g of (+)-lactic acid? 23. Draw the Fischer projection of (2R,4R)-2,4-dibromopentane. w? And draw the 24. How many diastereomers are...
Prelab Questions: 1. Calculate the observed specific rotation for the following molecule given the following information: Observed rotation = +15.6 Path length = 1 dm Concentration = 0.5 g/mL (These calculation were performed at 25 °C using a Sodium “D” lamp) 2. A sample of chiral 2-butanol has a specific rotation of -3.25º. Determine the % ee and the molecular composition of this sample (% of one enantiomer and % of opposite enantiomer). The specific rotation of pure (-)-2-butanol is...
5.56 The specific rotation of vitamin C (using the D line of sodium, at 20°C) is +24 g the D line of sodium, at 20°C) is +24. Predict what the on would be for a solution containing 0.100 g of vitamin C dissolved in of ethanol and placed in a sample cell with a length of 1.00 dm.
5.49 When 0.075 g of penicillamine is dissolved in 10,0 mL of pyridine and placed e is dissolved in 10.0 mL of pyridine and placed in a sample cell min length, the observed rotation at 20°C (using the D line of sodium) is -0.47°. Calculate the specific rotation of penicillamine.
PRINTtR VERSION イBACK NEXT Practice Problem 05.43 Your answer is incorrect. Try again. The specific rotation of L-alanine in water (at 25°C) is -2.8. A chemist prepared a mixture of L-alanine and its enantiomer, and 3.50 g of the mixture was dissolved in 10.0 ml of water. This solution was then placed in a sample cell with a pathlength of 10.0 cm and the observed rotation was-0.38. Calculate the % ee of the mixture. the tolerance is +/-2% SHOW HINT...
What observed rotation is expected when a 1.72 M solution of (R)-2-butanol is mixed with an equal volume of a 0.860 M solution of racemic 2-butanol, and the resulting solution is analyzed in a sample container that is 1 dm long? The specific rotation of (R)-2-butanol is - 13.9 degrees mL g 'dm"? Number deg
A sample of 2-butanol containing 0.375 g in 12.5 mL of solvent was analyzed in a polarimeter using a 10.0 cm polarimeter tube. The sample had an optical rotation , a, of -0.405. )A) What is the specific rotation of 2-butanol? (B) A sample of enantiomer of the compound in A had optical rotation of +0.670 in a 10.0 cm polarimeter tube. What is the concentration of the second sample?