Name the alkane listed below: CH3--CH--CH-CH2-CH-CH3 I I I CH3 CH3 CH3
To name this question, we need to name this molecule using steps: 1. Determine if we have an alkane: There are only carbons and hydrogens present so we have an alkane molecule. 2. Find the longest Carbon Chain present. CH3-CH-CH-CH2-CH-CH3 is the longest chain with 6 carbons there for we have a hexane. 3. After finding the longest chain, we have three CH3 hanging off chain that are left. Since there are 3 hydrogens and one other bond connected to the carbon, we have a methyl in all three cases. We now have trimethylhexane. 4. Lastly, we have to name where the methyls are on the carbon chain by the lowest number possible. By looking at the carbon chain, we see the methyls are at the 2nd, 3rd, and 5th carbons. 5. Name this alkane. 2,3,5-trimethylhexane
A farmer John soil test his field to find out it has a very low pH of 5.3. The farmer is interested in reclaiming the soils and bringing the pH to a higher level for his crops. What are some different options for this farmer?
In many cases, low pHs come from the leaching of the basic cations leaving hydrogen ions in the soil. High amounts of rainfall or irrigation can be a large factor for leaching. The farmer can reclaim the soils by adding gypsum to the soil or by also adding organic matter (OM) to the surface layer to slow down water filtration.
Your given a list of accounts. Name whether these accounts appear on the Balance Sheet (B/S) or the Income Statement (I/S). Then name whether these accounts are Assets, Liabilities, Stockholder's Equity, Revenue, or Expense. 1. Notes Payable 2. Inventory 3. Retained Earnings 4. Sales Revenue 5. Supplies Expense
1. Notes Payable- B/S Liability 2. Inventory- B/S Asset 3. Retained Earnings- B/S Stockholder's Equity 4. Sales Revenue I/S Revenue 5. Supplies Expense I/S Expense