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APPROVED SOLUTION CH 383 AY 2007-2008 Name ---------- A Hour Date ---------- 50 points Quiz Chapter 5 15 Minutes (24) 1. Consider the following three reactions. (1) Draw all missing lone-pair electrons, (2) determine and label all non-zero ionic and/or formal charges, (3) add electron-pushing arrows to indicate the flow ofelectrons, (4) label the nuc1eophile and electrophile, and (5) identify which ofthe four kinds ofreactions is taking place. a. • I l.Cl: ~:~+ ~O-CH3 -------0 ~~ o. H b. t=::\. '-J. N • c. 0e .. ..8 " + 'OH III + :Br: 111/ ~ H :.\ -D :Br: H 1
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---------- APPROVED SOLUTJOf'J Name: CH 383, Quiz Chapter 5, A Hour continued (26) 2. Write the mechanism for the following reaction. Show the movement of electrons with electron-pushing arrows, structures of any reactants, intermediates, and products; all lone pairs and formal charges. Then draw an energy diagram corresponding to the given reaction and the mechanism you have drawn. Completely label the diagram to highlight key information corresponding to your reaction and mechanism. H " + ~-ci· 4' . -~ \ So, \ a w <;~: \ P .~ ,----------------_. __ ._-- -_ .. _._--- CH383, AY07-08 2 Quiz Chapter 5, A Hour
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