2364Sp05MTAK - TA Name Chem 2364 March 3rd 2005 ANSWER KEY...

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TA Name:_____________ ANSWER KEY Chem 2364 Midterm Test Name:_____________ ____________ March – 3 rd - 2005 Last Name First Name Multiple Choice ( 6 points each, 60 points total ). Circle the one correct answer to each problem. 1. Which one of the following compounds would be correctly disposed in the solid waste? A B C D E NaI phenol acetone ethyl acetate 2,4-pentanedione 2. For the positive result, which one of the following test results in a color change to one of the following: red, blue, purple or green? E B C D A Jones Reagent NaI/acetone Br 2 /CHCl 3 Lucas Reagent FeCl 3 3. Circle the predominant product of the following reaction. A B C D Ph Ph Ph Cl NaI acetone Ph Ph Ph Ph Ph Ph I Ph Ph Ph I Ph Ph Ph I Ph Ph Ph I + 50% 50% I 4. Circle the compound that would yield the following combination of qualitative tests: Positive AgNO 3 /EtOH test and Negative NaI/acetone test . A B C D E PhCMe 2 Cl Cl Cl Cl PhCl 5. Circle the compound that would yield the following combination of qualitative tests: Positive Jones test, Positive Bromine test, and Positive Lucas test. E D C B A OH H H O O OH Ph OH O 6. Circle the compound that would yield the following combination of qualitative tests: Positive FeCl 3 test, Positive 2,4-DNP test, and Positive Br 2 test . 1
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E D C B A PhCH(CHO) 2 Ph 2 CO Ph 3 CHO Ph 2 C(CHO) 2 Ph 2 CHCHO 2
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7. Circle the most stable carbocation: A B C D E H 3 C 8. Circle the strongest base.
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