ochem final 2004 - CHEMISTRY 314-01 FINAL EXAM April 29,...

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Unformatted text preview: CHEMISTRY 314-01 FINAL EXAM April 29, 2004 Name ..................................................................................... The total number of points is 100. The total exam time is 120 min (2 h). Good luck! PART I: CONCEPTS 1. (16 pts) Mark as true (T) or false (F) the following statements. Do not explain! • All π-acceptor groups deactivate the benzene ring; • The values of the coupling constants are independent of the operating frequency of the NMR; • Organometallic compounds are strong bases and strong nucleophiles; • Carbenes are electron-deficient; • Thiols are more acidic than water; • Ethers are Brønsted bases and Lewis bases; • Acetals decompose quickly in basic conditions; • Acetals are formed only in the presence of acid catalyst; • Carboxylic acids can serve as Brønsted bases; • Base-promoted hydrolysis of esters is irreversible; • β-ketoesters are more acidic than water; • Tertiary amines are less basic than secondary amines; • The Hoffmann elimination leads to the predominant generation of the less substituted alkene; • Epimers are diastereomers; • Anomers are diastereomers; • Mutarotation is due to fast interconversion of anomers; PART II: MULTIPLE CHOICE 2. (2 pts) Circle the product of bromination of m-aminobenzoic acid: NH 2 COOH NH 2 COOH H 2 N COOH COOH NH 2 Br Br Br Br NH 2 COOH Br 3. 3....
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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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