Exam 1 CHE 3332 Spring 2005

Exam 1 CHE 3332 Spring 2005 - Spring 2005 February 3, 2005...

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Spring 2005 February 3, 2005 NAME: ______________________________________ Instructions: 1. This exam consists of one (1) cover page plus 5 exam pages. There are a total of 20 multiple choice questions. Count all pages before you begin. 2. You will need an eraser and a #2 pencil. 3. Make sure stray marks have been completely erased from the scantron. 4. You have 1 hour 20 minutes to finish this exam. Once you finish, please return the scantron and the booklet . 1
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1. Why do alcohols undergo nucleophilic substitution reactions with hydrogen halides but not with halide salts? A. The acid protonates the OH group and changes the leaving group from a hydroxide ion to a hydroxyl radical. B. The acid protonates the OH group and changes the leaving group from a hydroxide ion to a water molecule. C. Halide salts are strongly bonded ion pairs, and the halide ion is less available to act as a nucleophile. D. Substitutions always need to be carried out at low pH values. E. The acid protonates the OH group and changes the leaving group from a hydroxide radical to a water molecule. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course CHE 3332 taught by Professor Primrose during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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Exam 1 CHE 3332 Spring 2005 - Spring 2005 February 3, 2005...

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