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St. John’s University Department of Chemistry Chemistry 2230 11/8/00 Departmental Examination #2 Version 1 NAME________________________________ ID #________________ INSTRUCTOR'S NAME (Circle one): Dr. Graham Dr. Sarra THERE ARE 9 PAGES TO THIS EXAM INSTRUCTIONS 1. Write your name and ID # on this page and on the answer sheet. 2. For each of the 25 questions, indicate the correct answer on the scantron with a # 2 pencil. Each question is worth four points. 3. You may use your molecular model set. NO OTHER MATERIALS ARE PERMITTED. 4. Hand in the examination questions and the scantron sheet. 5. You will have 90 minutes to complete the exam. HINT: Choose the ONE answer that BEST answers the question. PROPER CONDUCT DURING EXAMS: 1. Communication between students by any means is prohibited. 2. Possession of any unauthorized papers is prohibited. 3. No paging devices or cell phones are allowed. 4. All books, papers, and jackets should be placed in the front/sides of the room. 5. Violation of any of the above rules will result in a grade of zero.
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1) Which alkane is LEAST likely to give a mixture of monohalo products when subjected to free radical halogenation? 2) Tamoxifen is one of the drugs used to prevent and treat breast cancer. Recent evidence suggests Tamoxifen unfortunately also leads to increases in uterine cancer. Which of the following best describes the geometry about the carbon-carbon double bond in Tamoxifen? a) Tamoxifen cannot show cis / trans isomerism b) E c) Z d) trans 3) Predict the major product for the reaction shown below: 4) Which term best describes the mechanism for the reaction shown below? a)
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course CHE 2230 taught by Professor Graham during the Spring '08 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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