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The following mineral analysis was reported for a water sample taken from well No. 1 at the Eastwood Manor Subdivision near McHenry Illinois (Woller and Sanderson, 1976a). Well No. I, Lab No. 02694, November 9, 1971 (Note: All reported as mgL1mg \cdot L^{-1} as the ion unless stated otherwise.)

MineralConcentrationMineralConcentrationIron (2+)0.2 Silica(SiO2)20.0Manganese (2+)0.0Fluoride0.35Ammonium0.5Boron0.1Sodium4.7Nitrate0.0Potassium0.9Chloride4.5Calcium67.2Sulfate29.0Magnesium40.0Alkalinity 284.0 as CaCO3Barium0.5pH (as recorded)7.6 units\begin{matrix} \text{Mineral} & \text{Concentration} & \text{Mineral} & \text{Concentration}\\ \text{Iron (2+)} & \text{0.2} & \ { \text{Silica} (SiO_2)} & \text{20.0}\\ \text{Manganese (2+)} & \text{0.0} & \text{Fluoride} & \text{0.35}\\ \text{Ammonium} & \text{0.5} & \text{Boron} & \text{0.1}\\ \text{Sodium} & \text{4.7} & \text{Nitrate} & \text{0.0}\\ \text{Potassium} & \text{0.9} & \text{Chloride} & \text{4.5}\\ \text{Calcium} & \text{67.2} & \text{Sulfate} & \text{29.0}\\ \text{Magnesium} & \text{40.0} & \text{Alkalinity} & \ {284.0 \ as \ CaCO_3}\\ \text{Barium} & \text{0.5} & \text{pH (as recorded)} & \text{7.6 units}\\ \end{matrix}

Determine the total, carbonate, and noncarbonate hardness (in mgL1m g \cdot L^{-1} as CaCO3CaCO_3) using the predominant polyvalent cation definition. Answer: TH = 332.8mgL1 as CaCO3332.8 \mathrm{mg} \cdot \mathrm{L}^{-1} \text { as } \mathrm{CaCO}_{3}, CH = 284.0mgL1 as CaCO3284.0 \mathrm{mg} \cdot \mathrm{L}^{-1} \text { as } \mathrm{CaCO}_{3}, NCH = 48.8mgL1 as CaCO348.8 \mathrm{mg} \cdot \mathrm{L}^{-1} \text { as } \mathrm{CaCO}_{3}


Evaluate 2,3,3-trimethyl-1-butene as a candidate for free-radical bromination. How many allylic bromides would you expect to result from its treatment with N-bromosuccinimide?


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To determine the number of allylic bromides expected, write the resonance forms of allylic radicals.

In this case, both resonance forms are equivalent, thus we can expect a single product.

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