- Homework Statement:
I've been struggling with this table as the description makes little sense to me.
I'm a 2nd year chemistry student who has changed courses this year so I have never done chemistry this intensively before.
- Relevant Equations:
Am I right to assume that the equivalents for phenyl magnesium bromide would be 3 (magnesium, bromobenzene and ether (?)) And the number for 2-phenyl-propanal 1 as it says "...was added to 2-phenylpropionaldehyde" which is the same thing as 2-phenylpropanal? I don't know if I understood this correctly.
Also irregardless, would my calculations then be right e.g. for the moles of 2-phenyl propanal being 0.00371
Using the formula m/M=n (0.54/134.18)?