CHEM 316 - PRACTICE EXAM 2

CHEM 316 - PRACTICE EXAM 2 - CHEMISTRY 316 FALL `06 EXAM II...

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CHEMISTRY 316 – FALL ‘06 EXAM II – THURSDAY, November 16 th NAME: ___________ __________ (last) (first) INSTRUCTIONS: 1. This exam consists of 5 questions. Do the ones you know how to do first, then come back to the others if you have time. 2. Please, scrupulously avoid even casual glances at other exams!!!!!! QUESTION VALUE SCORE 1 18 2 16 3 24 4 22 5 20 TOTAL 100 MAKE SURE YOUR EXAM HAS 7 DIFFERENT PAGES INCLUDING THE COVER
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Name: 1. a) For each of the following, indicate whether the reaction shown is a substitution (S), elimination (E), or addition (A) reaction: O 1. CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 MgBr 2. H 2 O HO i) ii) I NaCN N iii) H 2 Pd b) For each of the following, rank the reactive intermediates in order of stability (from least stable to most stable left to right as requested): A B C D i) least stable: _____ < _____ < _____ < _____ : most stable ii) A B C least stable: _____ < _____ < _____ : most stable Cl Cl Cl iii) least stable: _____ < _____ < _____ : most stable A B C c) Circle the nucleophilic atoms and put boxes around electrophilic atoms in each of the following molecules: O O H Br d) Use correct arrow formalism to show a reasonable heterolytic bond cleavage and products for the C-I bond in the molecule below: CH 3 -I
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course CHEM 316 taught by Professor Kantorowski during the Fall '08 term at Cal Poly.

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CHEM 316 - PRACTICE EXAM 2 - CHEMISTRY 316 FALL `06 EXAM II...

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