Organic Chemistry II Midterm 3 Answer Key (2004)

Organic Chemistry II Midterm 3 Answer Key (2004) - 1 Score...

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1 (I) Answer the following questions true of false (3 points each). F (1) Acetate ion is more basic than ethoxide ion. T (2) Phenoxide ion is less basic than ethoxide ion. T (3) Methylamine is more basic than acetate ion. F (4) Penicillan is an example of a cyclic lactone. F (5) Lactones are cyclic amides. T (6) The carbon atoms of and are at the same oxidation level. F (7) The carbon atoms of and are at the same oxidation level. T (8) Methyl diazonium ion is more reactive towards addition of chloride ion than is benzene diazonium ion. F (9) Exhaustive methylation of a primary amine gives a tertiary amine. T (10) Acetonitrile is less basic than is methylamine. Score - Problem I OH OH H OH H O OCH 3 NH 2 H H OH HCN
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2 (II) Circle the correct answer to each of the following questions (5 pts each). (1) Which amine will undergo a rapid intramolecular elimination reaction to form an alkene? (2) What pair of reagents would you use to carry out the following transformation?
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CHE 202 taught by Professor Richard during the Fall '05 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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Organic Chemistry II Midterm 3 Answer Key (2004) - 1 Score...

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