chem 151 midterm key

chem 151 midterm key - AnswErs to thE QuEstions of ChEM 151...

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1. Match the following names with the appropriate molecular structure: adenine, penicillin G, glucose, sucrose, Aspirin ® , Celebrex ® , terpineol, tropinone, mauveine, haemin, quinine, morphine, progesterone, strychnine, prostaglandin E 2 , leukotriene D 4 , prostacyclin, vitamin B 12 , vitamin C, erythromycin A (40 points). ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS OF CHEM 151 – MOLECULES THAT CHANGED THE WORLD Prof. K. C. Nicolaou Midterm Exam CHEM 151 – Molecules that Changed the World February 5, 2009 1. leukotriene D 4 2. progesterone 3. quinine 4. morphine 5. mauveine 6. terpineol 7. glucose 8. penicillin 9. tropinone 10. vitamin C 11. adenine 12. Aspirin ® 13. haemin 14. prostacyclin 15. strychnine 16. Celebrex ® 17. erythromycin A 19. prostaglandin E 2 18. sucrose 20. vitamin B 12
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2. Match the following names with the appropriate discovery, achievement or theory shown below: Demokritos, Friedrich Wöhler, R. B. Woodward, E. J. Corey, Emil Fischer, John C. Sheehan, Sir Robert Robinson, William Henry Perkin, Sr., Alexander Fleming, Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin (20 points). 1. The discovery of the purple dye mauviene: William Henry Perkin, Sr. 2. The first total synthesis of glucose: Emil Fischer 3. The first total synthesis of urea: Friedrich Wöhler 4. The first total synthesis of penicillin G: John C. Sheehan
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