FinalreviewF07 - Chemistry14CL Fall2007 Review .,hand...

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Chemistry 14CL Exam Review and Study Questions Fall 2007 Review: The final exam will be cumulative. You will be allowed to use your lab notebook, hand- written material, lecture notes and a calculator. Spectroscopy tables will be provided. The exam will be in CS 50 and CS 76 on Friday December 14 from 8:00 – 11:00 am. Students with surnames beginning with A through Patel will take the exam in CS50; students with surnames beginning with R through Z will take the exam in CS76. In reviewing the experiments, you should think about why you used each reagent, and what the consequences on your results would have been if you had not used that reagent. In studying the theory of the techniques, review the readings in Mohrig and the texts as well as the lecture notes. Understanding not memorization is the key. Reread the CPR assignments, your texts, and the reviews. Work through all the workshops and problem sets that were provided during the course. Study Questions: (These questions have appeared on previous 14CL final exams or are appropriate final exam questions but were adapted from the 2007-2008 edition of the Kaplan MCAT Premier Program Guide on topics. This latter group are marked with a double asterix. ) 1. The stoichiometric equation for the aldol condensation of benzaldehyde with acetone is given below. MW: 102g/mol 58g/mol 234g/mol (a) If a reaction of 1.00 mL of benzaldehyde (density = 1.0415 g/mL) is reacted with 0.360 mL of acetone (density =0.7899 g/mL), what is the theoretical yield (in grams) of product? (b) If the actual experimental yield for the reaction was 89%, how many mL of acetone would be required to produce 4.00 grams of product? O H O O + 2 NaOH/H 2 O C 2 H 5 OH
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2. The chromium oxidation of compound I below yields a mixture of products ( II – V ). ** (a)
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