midterm problems 5

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Lecture 5 Practice Problems 1. What would be the appropriate way to make triethylamine soluble in water? N a) add a strong base b) add a salt, such as NaCl c) add a strong acid d) nothing, it is already soluble in water Use the following compounds for questions 2-5. _______ NH 2 _______ OH _______ OH _______ _______ OH O 2. Label which layer would you find each of these compounds. a) ether b) aqueous 3. What layer would you find each of these compounds after treating them with NaHCO 3 ? a) ether b) aqueous 4. What layer would you find each of these compounds after treating them with NaOH? a) ether b) aqueous 5. What layer would you find each of these compounds after treating them with HCl? a) dichloromethane b) aqueous
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6. Select the class of compounds which cannot be isolated from natural products. a) amino acids b) carbohydrates c) polymers d) sugars 7. Assuming that K p for a compound is 0.3 for the distribution of compound X between benzene and water, and equal volumes of the solvents are used, calculate how many
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