2008Test3Key - Name: _ Class Number Key Midterm III, Spring...

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page 1 of 7 Name: _____________________________________ Class Number Midterm III, Spring 2008 Chemistry 2210 Professor S. A. Miller, April 9th, 2008 Key
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page 2 of 7 Problem Number Possible Score Your Score 1 42 2 30 3 42 4 36 Total 150 Last Name: _________________ First Name: _______________ Signature: ___________________________________________
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1. (42 pts.; 7 pts. each) Draw the following. CHM 2210 Midterm III page 3 of 7 (a) A molecule with 8 carbons, one chlorine, one nitrogen, and 3 units of unsaturation (elements of unsaturation). Also write the molecular formula. (b) A stable trans -cycloalkene. (c) An Iodonium ion. H 2 N Cl C 8 H 12 ClN molecular formula cyclooctene or larger I countless others countless others countless others
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1. (continued) CHM 2210 Midterm III page 4 of 7 (d) An alkene that can be asymmetrically hydrogenated. (e) 6-bromo-2-methyl-3-heptyne (f) A diketone that forms as a product of alkyne oxidation with permanganate. Wade page 383 H 2 * The product must be one of two enantiomers. Br O O a vicinal diketone countless others
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2. (30 pts.; 12 pts. mech.; 3 pts. per box) Provide detailed mechanisms, with arrows, for the following transformations. And, check the box that describes the function of the alkene.
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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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