ochem 3rd test 2005

ochem 3rd test 2005 - CHEMISTRY 314-02 MIDTERM # 3 April...

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CHEMISTRY 314-02 MIDTERM # 3 April 19, 2005 Name ..................................................................................... The total number of points in this midterm is 100. The total exam time is 120 min (2 h). Good luck! 1. (5 pts) Mark as true ( T ) or false ( F ) the following statements. Do not explain! The haloform reaction requires basic conditions; Fischer esterification occurs only in acidic conditions; Amides are less reactive than acid chlorides and esters; Saponification is the process of base-catalyzed hydrolysis of esters; Lactams are intramolecular amides; 2. Circle all that apply: A. (3 pts) The following reactions CANNOT be used to generate esters: a. Base-catalyzed reaction of carboxylic acid and alcohol; b. Reaction of acid chloride and alcohol; c. Reaction of amide and alcohol; d. Baeyer-Villiger oxidation of ketones; B. (3 pts) The following reactions DO NOT occur with an intermediate formation of enolates: a. Fischer esterification; b. Claisen condensation; c. The haloform reaction; d. Saponification of esters; C. (3 pts) The following compounds DO NOT decarboxylate upon heating:
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course CHM 314 taught by Professor Benin during the Spring '08 term at University of Dayton.

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