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CHEM 332 - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II - Iowa State Study Resources
  • 8 Pages 331 Reactions Summary332S09
    331 Reactions Summary332S09

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemstry II

    Chem 331 Review 1. New C-C bond a. R2 CuLi + R'CH2X NaNH2 b. RC CH liq NH 3 R'CH2R _ + R'CH X 2 RC C: Na via S 2 N RC CCH2R' 2. Halogenation (usually not synthetically useful due to mixtures); an exception: (CH3)3CH Br2 h (CH3)3CBr 3. Alkenes (ha

  • 1 Page Chem 332L Quiz1
    Chem 332L Quiz1

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemistry

    Chem 332L Name Quiz #1: Nitration of Methyl Benzoate Section: Monday 12-3 Tuesday 3-6 1. According to Iowa State Law, you must wear approved eye protection over your eyes in the laboratory at all times. a. True b. False 2. Where in the lab is an acceptabl

  • 7 Pages Ethers and Epoxides Worksheet Key
    Ethers And Epoxides Worksheet Key

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    Ethers and Epoxides Chem 332 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

  • 8 Pages Sample Exam 2 Key
    Sample Exam 2 Key

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Physical Chemistry

  • 12 Pages Practice Exam 3 Key
    Practice Exam 3 Key

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Physical Chemistry

  • 10 Pages Sample Exam 1
    Sample Exam 1

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Physical Chemistry

  • 12 Pages Exam 1 Key
    Exam 1 Key

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Physical Chemistry

  • 10 Pages Practice Exam 3
    Practice Exam 3

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Physical Chemistry

  • 5 Pages Alcohol Worksheet Key
    Alcohol Worksheet Key

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Physical Chemistry

    1. Nameordrawstructuresforthefollowingcompounds. OH (a) (R)-1,3-butanediol OH HO Cl (b) trans-3-chlorocyclohexanol OH (c) 3-isopropyl-1-hexanol (d) 4-penten-2-ol OH (e) isobutyl alcohol OH (f) (E)-2-buten-1-ol OH OH (g) (2R, 4R)-2,4-hexanediol (h) cis-3-e

  • 3 Pages Key
    Key

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemistry

    Quiz 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Quiz 2 1. d 2. nitro group deactivates the aromatic ring, thus prohibit the attaching of the second group. 3. tert-butyl group is a bulky group, thus hinder too many substitute groups attach to the aromatic ring. 4. a 5. c quiz 3 1.

  • 1 Page Chem 332L Quiz2
    Chem 332L Quiz2

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemistry

    Chem 332L Quiz #2 1. (3 pts) Name_ Friedel-Crafts Alkylation What catalyst is used in todays experiment? a. Pd/C b. H+ c. OH- 2. (3 pts.) In last weeks experiment, no more than one nitro group became attached the aromatic ring. Briefly explain why. 3. (3

  • 1 Page Chem 332L Quiz3
    Chem 332L Quiz3

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemistry

    Chem 332L Name Quiz #3 Section 1. (3 pts.) In the following reaction, mark the electrophilic carbon (E) and the nucleophilic carbon (N) in the starting materials. O MgBr OH + 2. (3 pts.) How does water affect the above reaction? a. b. c. d. 3. (3 pts.) in

  • 1 Page CHEM331REVIEW
    CHEM331REVIEW

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemstry II

    Chem 331 Review 1. New C-C bond a. R2CuLi + R'CH2X NaNH2 b. RC CH liq NH3 R'CH2R _ + R'CH X 2 RC C: Na via SN2 RC CCH2R' 2. Halogenation (usually not synthetically usef ul due to mixtures); an exception (CH3)3CH Br2 h (CH3)3CBr 3. Alkenes (handy

  • 1 Page Chem 332L Quiz10
    Chem 332L Quiz10

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemistry

    Chem 332L April 9, 2007 Name_ Quantitative Analysis of Your Second Unknown Use compounds A-E to answer questions 1-4. OH O OH OH NO2 A B C Me NH NH2 D E 1. (3 pts) Which two compounds will be soluble in aqueous HCl? 2. (3 pts.) Both A and B are acidic com

  • 1 Page Chem 332L Quiz9
    Chem 332L Quiz9

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemistry

    Chem 332L Quiz #11 Name:_ Section Number:_ 1. (3 points) Which reagent could be used to distinguish between the phenol and carboxylic acid? a. 5% NaHCO3 solution b. 5% HCl solution c. 5% NaCl solution d. 5% NaOH solution 2. (3 points) Which one of the fol

  • 1 Page Chem 332L Quiz8
    Chem 332L Quiz8

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemistry

    Name:_ Section: M 12:00-3:00; T 3:00-6:00 Chem 332L Quiz #10 Preparation and Application of Azo Dyes 1. Circle the azo chromophore. O NN N O2 2. These experiments use corrosive acids and bases that can cause severe irritation and burns. Also, your skin, c

  • 2 Pages Chem 332L Quiz7
    Chem 332L Quiz7

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemistry

    Chem 332L Quiz # 7 Name Section Number 1. (3 pts.) Name the Wittig salt you will use in this experiment. Cl O NaOH + 2. (3 pts.) - C H2 P Name the aldehyde used with the Wittig salt in this experiment. O H C Cl - C C NaOH H + C H2 P H 3. (3 pts.) Give the

  • 1 Page Chem 332L Quiz6
    Chem 332L Quiz6

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemistry

    Chem 332L Name Quiz #6 Section 1. (3 pts.) a) b) c) d) isopentyl alcohol is relatively more expensive than acetic acid excess acetic acid is used as catalyst to obtain more ester after equilibrium has been reached all of above 2. (3 pts.) a) b) c) d) what

  • 1 Page Chem 332L Quiz5
    Chem 332L Quiz5

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemistry

    Chem 332L Quiz #5 February 13, 2007 1. (3 pts.) Name Section Indicate whether the following statements are TRUE (T) or False (F): Only ketones give a positive 2,4-DNP test. Aldehydes and ketones can be distinguished easily by 1H NMR. Primary and secondary

  • 2 Pages Chem 332L Quiz4
    Chem 332L Quiz4

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Organic Chemistry

    Chem 332L Name_ Quiz #4: Sodium Borohydride Reductions Section: M 12 3 T36 1. Sodium borohydride, NaBH4, reduces ketones to: a. b. c. d. Primary alcohols Secondary alcohols Tertiary alcohols Aldehydes 2. A practical reason for using NaBH4 rather than lith

  • 8 Pages Exam 2
    Exam 2

    School: Iowa State

    Course: Physical Chemistry

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