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# Chap009

Course Number: ECON 101, Spring 2011

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Chapter 09: Time Value of Money Chapter 9 Time Value of Money Discussion Questions 9-1. How is the future value (Appendix A) related to the present value of a single sum (Appendix B)? The future value represents the expected worth of a single amount, whereas the present value represents the current worth. 1 PV = FV (1 + i ) n FV = PV (1 + I)n future value 9-2. Present value How is the present value of a...

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CHIRALITYA chiral object has a non-superimposible mirror image (your hands!)Molecules that have non-superimposible mirror images are chiralenantiomers- and termedProperties of enantiomers:Same melting point, boiling point, solubility etc.BUT they i
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rl4hlW&quot;4'f'cUt+'-rth,\$,kt4t'Inrfi'|&quot; l.-*,cfw_ f,rrcfw_:&quot;df * (W m*g, lp,vlg|CHEM 281 iTutorial Problem Set No. 2,It^1't'&quot; L&quot;h.* t[.p,'r-lreri,&quot;*tjuTun -t=Sc7&quot; '&quot;fd*.'&quot;1.,&quot;cfw_?. pri,-+-l ' Describe the process of oil refining. Which hy
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g.HEM 2g2'TuToRrAL #2EAs,Friedet.CraftsAcylation;SubstituenteffectsonEASwith benzeneLewisacidslikeAlClsareabletollslactachlorineion.fromchloroalkanestoform ina;i;ilpniteswnicn can reactwritethe reactionreactive caroocations. Thesehightyalkylation'
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Tutorial #1CHEM282CHEM 282 Surrey - TUTORIAL #LObjective for this Tutorial:BenzEne &amp; derivatives, AromaticityO1tlcHo,-M-z-w^JcHo-tflA/n)OMeCinnamaldehyde(rromcinnamon;d&quot;'o-tgdry-wtl'W*,frM-Wr|4rwut3drenaline- Vanillinlinbr@MDSalicylald
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Tutorial Problem Set. No.Chem 2819PLEASE COME PREPARED TO BE CALLED ON TO ANSWER THEFOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN NEXT WEEKS TUTORIAL!1. Please provide a mechanism and product for the following=.7eactions.r l- r':tl,i-H2O, H2SO4_t-&gt;|r1t-.1 l-.rr'n
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ICHEM282@Chem281 Review sheetComplete the following reaction schemes (please indicate where racemic mixtures willbe formed - in that case you only need to draw one stereoisomer):NaOEta)A-_EtOHOsOoplease draw all stereoisomers obtained and indic
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=--Summer-06, 2nd ln-lerm Exom(2)CHEM 282PAGE 21. What is the major product from the following reaction?o./ ll\t\-/NIuiltrmtrIVMVEt2Oi] + ANlgctq-H.O*-qoo4.,^.-(-/trory(312.tr AnBDCMDtrEc02Et
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PAGE 5CHEM 282Summer-06, 2nd ln-lerm Exom(12) 8. Complete the following reaction schemes (products and/or reagents) and give thenames of reactions/mechanism where requested:d*, ffi:oA)Name of reaction, 1nd*cfw_-rq rcgd'tWt'oCuu)il'&quot;'\ Asocr2oc
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Summer-06, 2nd ln-lerm ExomCHEM 282rs:&amp;w^wwMoksPAGE 7t*!,u-0,-s1(4) 12. Vt@tdaeladdition icfw_ollotred by qlrings can be generated. This reaction sequence is knbwn asannulation. Show the mechanism and draw the main intermediates:C)Q2uo)-,
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Spring 2008, MidtermCHEM 282PAGE 2(3) 1. A compound with a molecular formulg CrrHr+Oz gave the following 1H NMRspectrum: singlet 2.0ppm ,h t-* triplet 2.9ppmtriplet4.2ppWL_h;A possible structure for theVAuBNCNDciffioundmultiplets a17.2 &amp; 7.3p
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7.Below is an NMR spectrum for CzHr+O2. The lR shows peaks1frf,tzcfw_sia,137011470, 1280 &amp; 1110cm-'. ldentify the compound and label^the spectrum.
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Spring 2008, MidtermCHEM 282PAGE 5(14) 8. Complete the following reaction schemes (intermediates, products and/orreagents). lf several oroducts are oossible, draw all &amp; indicate the main product.HBr -Thur-G) + W&quot;aP'Hil/-\zrkinetic prod.thermody
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rv'tt'uttlre rlnal proouct and a detailed mechanismfor the following oxime'1wformation' Note: remember to oraw cur&quot;J,ouuments.&quot;riotr.';ililffii|I,'70ffio'I.0Hl,sq* D4UIITnHatrH.,Y'Fono1 -&gt;HHo. ,fu-oHoAK.-.&gt;(61 12. Please comple
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Pleaseprint your nome on these two pages! ! !Vib. TypeO-H strFunc. groupAlcohol/PhenolAcidN-H strC-H strC=C strC1N strC=O strC=C strsp2sp3aldehydealkynecyanoallalkene/arom.CH bendcH2tcH3aromaticOH bendNH bendC-O strphenolsacids
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Spring 2006, lst MidtermCHEM 282PAGE 2(3) 1. what is the major product of the following r.eaction? Ftleottl-Croys/\&quot;'i:_.\ ,-n. yu?o z\.&quot;/&quot;^-Jl i\-bll .lArcr3n(\la|'mSrcAr,-ryr-?I\/\VItrIInurt]IVtrVd&quot;d .*o4pd&quot;*-'reoeo1;!*\e4 -z(2
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(z',)PAGE 3CHEM 282Spring 2006, 1't Midterm3. Consider this reactionand select the major as well as the minor product:6O.C+ Br,l,rcfw_ aclocfw_^trfrt,&gt;^d&amp;Tl/w)A(meijor)+B(mirior)-'wnA:II,B:IIIA:II,B:I&amp;IVtr A:I&amp;IV,B:IIIn A:I,B:IV&amp;IItr A:
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Spring 2006, lsr Midterm,X,(3) 6. What is the major p.#au.t * nl*i&quot;, #;**t#frr_Or-\XItr rtr mNIVtr v(s)7'cHEi^ 282/_LJthe followingn' AA^.srXp#Eilctions?o9' &quot;3f^jlo,N/\/ rPAGE 4wwl.a&amp;f,,r;.-r.,Af*nIfurN/\V I(/r, i'&quot;*r);o,N
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Spring 2006, lst MidlermCHEM 282(12) 8' Complete the following reactionaPAGE 5schemes (intermediates, prodgcts and/or reagents):oA ln3* rr\v:hr- l&quot;,D 'flQ -ab Ab\2 &quot;bA)G-aB)O#o^I2z\v-&quot;[41) KMnOoKOH, heat2) KMnOoKOH, heatc)-.-r(ll
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ts)Friedel-Crafts acylation of anisole. Will the main product be ortho, meta orusingpara substituted? ExplainTeEechanism and the directing ability of the substituent,&quot;ronurr.&quot; theory. (use back of the page if needed)'10. please draw the_-[.ry,1'r'
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Spring 2006,l't(5) I l.MidlermCHEM 282Please give the products of the following reactions:J.,r-\-oll&quot;*q;o1v&quot;)-'t)(ro,=-\UPdlc,H2\/OHc)D)PAGE 7_H2SO4OJVfv'0tlA%*o,ry.&quot;HNO3,r,_FeBr.,eYS,'\t\NCZMajorH3CCOCI l&gt;&lt;It ,Arcr3M
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Spdng 2006,l't MidtermlR Correlation TableVib. TYPeFunc. grouPO-H strAlcohol/PhenolAcidN-H strC-H strC1C strC=N strC=O strC=C strCH bendOH bendNH bendC-O strC-N strC-Ca strCH ooPbendssp2sp3aldehYdealkYnecyanoallalkene/arom.arom
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rylw-rT&quot;rT-*7m*OH. _NHIcfw_r-lw*ryT7634J2t89cH2FCH&quot;ArcHrrclHCH&quot;NROcHrBrCH?sCH&quot;IC=C_HCH,OcH&quot;-c'ilcH2NO.&gt;&quot;iloC H206l0rLr*,C-CH*Cfcc-cH?-cc-cH.,