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    (Original post by oadf)
    In silver, where did u get the value for GdCl3??
    google it, found it quite easily if u know what the numbers mean
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    (Original post by oadf)
    Value for GdCl3??
    Just Google dy and 85 and see what comes up

    Then use that to find the corresponding value for GdCl3 its a small number
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    (Original post by Christian12981)
    Any help with RG? what is the reaction?
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    (Original post by Christian12981)
    google it, found it quite easily if u know what the numbers mean
    Thanks all, just me being stupid
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    (Original post by Laurasaur)
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    Gold??
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    (Original post by Chemistry 456)
    Gold??
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    3 names, one is a double barrel, only 2 types of reactions...as mentioned above, look at the reactants and products, try to name them if you can- it makes googling a lot easier
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I got through the first three quickly

    Total coincidence I was reading about paramagnetism and stuff

    Anyway, no clue about the names... Like I swear it's just a Substitution reaction lol

    It would be SN2 if the reagent was an excess of ammonia, but the reactant is potassium phthalimide.
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    (Original post by oadf)
    any why does everyone else list the temp for Dy as 88, whereas the question says 85?
    I entered mine with 85.
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    (Original post by Protoxylic)
    It would be SN2 if the reagent was an excess of ammonia, but the reactant is potassium phthalimide.
    No clue

    Gabriel synthesis
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    No clue

    Gabriel synthesis
    I just searched Postassium phthalimide, eventually got to the answer. The last one is a little harder, but with the same process you'll eventually get it.
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    (Original post by Protoxylic)
    I just searched Postassium phthalimide, eventually got to the answer. The last one is a little harder, but with the same process you'll eventually get it.
    Is the first one s-a in terms of initials?

    How do I find the third name?
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    How many sig figs do you need on Rg?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Is the first one s-a in terms of initials?

    How do I find the third name?
    You were right the first time, the second and third name are one double barrelled name. There are two reactions.
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    (Original post by Protoxylic)
    You were right the first time, the second and third name are one double barrelled name. There are two reactions.
    The Gabriel one? Or the sigma aldrich
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    The Gabriel one? Or the sigma aldrich
    Gabriel
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    (Original post by Protoxylic)
    Gabriel
    Okay, so the next one is for the bottom reaction, and it's double barrel and not sigma

    Leuckart not working
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    Completely stuck on Rg! Any help?
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    (Original post by Emmaemmalene)
    Completely stuck on Rg! Any help?
    Help me on Gold, so
    I can try to help you
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    type in the reagents into google for Gold. First reaction has 1 word; second reaction is double barrelled. First reaction's name is easiest found by typing in the reagent and amine :-)
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    (Original post by Chemistry 456)
    How many sig figs do you need on Rg?
    Rounded to the nearest whole number is acceptable.
 
 
 
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