Final_3311s06_key - CHEM 3311-100 Spring 2006 Average Score...

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CHEM 3311-100, Spring 2006 Final Exam May 8, 2006 Professor Rebecca Hoenigman I pledge to uphold the CU Honor Code: Signature________________________________________________________ Name (printed)____________________________________________________ Last four digits of your student ID number_______________________________ Recitation TA_____________________________________________________ Recitation number, day, and time______________________________________ You have 2.5 hours to complete this exam. Exams will be collected at 7:00 pm. No model kits or calculators allowed. Periodic table and scratch paper are provided. DO NOT TURN PAGE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. Put your name on ALL pages of the exam Recitation Sections: Number Day Time TA 121 Tuesday 8 am Andrew 131 Tuesday 1 pm Heather 141 Wednesday 8 am Chris 151 Wednesday 12 pm Andrew 153 Wednesday 12 pm Nicole 152 Wednesday 5 pm Chris 171 Thursday 12 pm Heather Average Score = 168 High Score = 300 Low Score = 36
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Name: _________________________________ 2 1. (18 pts) Mometasone furoate is the active component of the Asmanex ® Twisthaler ®, which is used to keep the symptoms of asthma under control. (2 pts each) Cl HO O O Cl O O O S R R A. Circle all of the terms below that describe one or more structural features of Mometasone furoate. (2 pts each) 1° Alcohol Alkene Non-aromatic ring 2° Alcohol Amide Ester 3° Alcohol Aromatic ring Epoxide Amine Halide Ketone Heteroaromatic ring Ether Aldehyde B. In the boxes above, give the stereochemical designation for the indicated chiral centers.
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Name: _________________________________ 3 2. (10 pts) Does an S N 2 reaction always occur with the stereocenter changing from R S or S R? Why or Why not? (2 pts “No”, 8 pts explanation) No, inversion of configuration always occurs in an S N 2 reaction. However, R S or S
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