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page 1 of 13 Name: _____________________________________ Class Number Final Exam Review , Spring 2008 Chemistry 2210 Professor S. A. Miller, April 25th, 2008
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page 2 of 13 Problem Number Possible Score Your Score 1 66 2 22 3 33 4 32 5 42 6 19 7 36 Total 250 Last Name: _________________ First Name: _______________ Signature: ___________________________________________
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1. (66 pts.; 6 pts. each) Draw the following. CHM 2210 Final Examination Review page 3 of 13 (a) The two most important resonance structures of acetone. (b) The hydrogen bond dimer of acetic acid. (c) An alkane that can be found in gasoline.
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1. (continued) Draw the following. CHM 2210 Final Examination Review page 4 of 13 (d) A generic reaction energy diagram for which the transition state is close in structure to the products. (e) A ketone which, upon reduction with LiAlH 4 , yields a racemic mixture of products. (f) A cyclic molecule that can undergo allylic bromination.
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1. (continued) Draw the following. CHM 2210 Final Examination Review page 5 of 13 (g) A vicinal dibromide for which debromination is precluded. (h) A bromohydrin (i) An alkyne that does not react with NaNH 2 .
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2. (22 points; 2 points each) Multiple choice. Choose the best answer. CHM 2210 Final Examination Review page 6 of 13 (j) A gem diol. (k) A carbon (put a square around it) with an oxidation state of -1. letter (a) Which of the following represents the shape of a p orbital? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (b) Which atomic orbitals overlap to form the carbon-carbon σ bond and π bond of ethylene? (A)
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course CHM 2210 taught by Professor Reynolds during the Spring '01 term at University of Florida.

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