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Does ethylene polymerize under mild conditions in the absence of a catalyst? : Polymer Chemistry

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Why are metals often good catalysts? : Polymer Chemistry

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Consider the polymerization of vinylidene chloride, ch2=ccl2. What structural variations are possible in poly(vinylidene chloride)? : Polymer Chemistry

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Why do different polymers have different properties? : Polymer Chemistry

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How can chemists control which type of polyethylene (ldpe vs. Hdpe) is generated? : Polymer Chemistry

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Head-to-tail polymerization of propylene is observed with the [cp2zr(r)]+ catalyst. Explain this result on the basis of molecular-level interactions. : Polymer Chemistry

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Besides the extent of branching, can you think of any other structural parameters that might lead to differences in physical properties? : Polymer Chemistry

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What kinds of structural changes accompany bond-breaking and bond-forming in olefin polymerization? : Polymer Chemistry

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What are the other ways in which chemists can manipulate the properties of polymers? : Polymer Chemistry

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How does the molecular-level structure of these polymers influence their physical properties? : Polymer Chemistry

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Examine samples of ldpe (sandwich bag, squeeze bottle) and hdpe (milk jug, grocery bag). What are some of the differences in the physical properties of these substances? : Polymer Chemistry

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A polymer's structure influences its physical properties. Describe two structural variations that are possible for polypropylene but not for polyethylene. : Polymer Chemistry

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What are some of the polymers that you encounter every day? Describe their physical properties. : Polymer Chemistry

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Atactic polypropylene is always produced with the [cp2zr(r)]+ catalyst. Explain this on the basis of molecular-level interactions. : Polymer Chemistry

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What is the difference between a heterogeneous and a homogeneous catalyst? What are some of the advantages of homogeneous catalysts? : Polymer Chemistry

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What are the factors which affect corrosion? : Electrochemistry Corrosion

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Name the 4 physical states of matter?

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Explain why acetic has less conductivity than hcl?

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Define alum?

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Can a Nascent Hydrogen be used for fuel cell without damaging the equipment and if so how good would it be compared to other type of hydrogen.

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Examine samples of ldpe (sandwich bag, squeeze bottle) and hdpe (milk jug, grocery bag). What are some of the differences in the physical properties of these substances? : Polymer Chemistry

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Define a substituted hydrocarbon?

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Tell me the common name of the molecule dihydrogen dioxide?

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Name the element which has the following ground-state electron configuration: 1s22s22p6?

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What are some of the polymers that you encounter every day? Describe their physical properties. : Polymer Chemistry

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Name the element does the symbol au stand for?

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Polymer chain growth can be terminated by b-hydride elimination or by reaction with h2. What is one advantage of the h2 reaction? : Polymer Chemistry

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