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Final_3311s07_key - Average Score = 148 CHEM 3311-100...

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CHEM 3311-100 Spring 2007 Final Exam Professor R. 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 hours and 30 minutes to complete this exam. No model kits or calculators allowed. Periodic table and scratch paper are attached. DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. Recitation Sections: Score: # Day Time TA Page 1 __________/16 Page 6 __________/40 121 Tuesday 8 am Kelly 131 Tuesday 1 pm Kelly Page 2 __________/15 Page 7 __________/40 141 Wednesday 8 am Greg 151 Wednesday 12 pm Greg Page 3 __________/20 Page 8 __________/24 153 Wednesday 12 pm Kelly 152 Wednesday 5 pm Kelly Page 4 __________/30 Page 9 __________/45 171 Thursday 12 pm Greg Page 5 ___ ______/20 Page 10 /10 TOTAL ___________/250 Average Score = 148 High Score = 255 Low Score = 27
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CHEM 3311, Spring 2007 Final Exam, page 1 of 10 1. (10 pts) Uscharidin is a poisonous natural product with the structure shown below. A. Label the configuration of each indicated chirality center in Uscharidin. (2 pts each) B. Circle all of the terms below that describe one or more structural feature of Uscharidin. Book Problem 4.31a (1 pts each) Amine Ketone Aldehyde Amide Ester Sulfide Nitrile Ether Thiol O O O O O O H H CH OH H H O R S S 2. (6 pts) One or more of the following names do not follow the IUPAC rules. Circle the incorrect name(s) and provide a correct IUPAC name. (1 pt circle, 2 pt name, -1 pt for incorrect circle) A. (3 E )-4-isopropyl-2,3-dimethyl-3-pentene E -2,3,4,5-tetramethyl-3-hexene B. 2,6-dimethyl-2-octen-4-yne C. (3 S ,4 S )-1-bromo-3-chloro-4-hexanol (3 S ,4 S )-6-bromo-4-chloro-3-hexanol D. (2 R )-3,3,5,5-tetramethyl-6-hepten-2-ol
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CHEM 3311, Spring 2007 Final Exam, page 2 of 10 3. (5 pts) Although many Southerners think Kudzu is, to put it mildly, a noxious weed, Kudzu does have some medicinal properties. The roots of Kudzu have been used in traditional Chinese folk medicine to suppress the affects of alcohol.
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This test prep was uploaded on 02/22/2008 for the course CHEM 3311 taught by Professor K.peters during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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Final_3311s07_key - Average Score = 148 CHEM 3311-100...

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