Chem 51LA S07 Quizzes for Semester

Chem 51LA S07 Quizzes for Semester - FELL 0’3J...

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Unformatted text preview: FELL 0’3J 6Tgvaeocgemg 0m WED LR Quiz#1li ' gag-:Homé Km 1) What is appropriate to ware in lab (circle)? (2) W 4011mm afety goggles s l sandals— air tied b® 2) Fill in missing parts of the reaction? (5) {I DIE ngyxfllapmpuct) r r \a 4) What happens to the retention time when you increase the flow of the carrier gas? ) (1) 1+ is stories. 5) Draw and name the ap araltus that ,we will use to collect our products? (2) R“ H 0“ 5 sin $6 sc ' U i’Q figllecfioh ' wn—lmb'i quaM‘W5 m 6) What are the limitations of the TA and when does he have office hours? (I) (By answering this question I assume that you read the syllabus) \J\ 3-— ‘\ 1. canncfl‘ jwamrH-ca Ger-HM 3m 2, WOT 41993pr 3. cannol” acc€f>+ amanwUW 4' caan “‘33 +M dead? Name__ ,.5 m LEAR DAY “Tug Q. 5 4 id at ‘ V‘ a) My 4b) 0 ‘ who “am 2) Complete the reaction (2) and what is Na (1)? 2Na+2HOR ——————— ——>Zt~10\—-OR + H1 maSovium 3 3) What is the product? (2) O H+ R—OH + —-i'- H' OH 4) Draw (and LABLE) primary, secon , tertiary alcohols (3). *7 ‘J oH —(]:—H OH (lg—H Oh —cl3 (.Prs O D 0 CH3 ‘ (.83 2 0+3 3 5) Which from the above alcohols should react the fastest with Lucas Reagent (1) hint: 211012 R—OH +HC1 12-01 +H20 15%\ 6) How do you quench the unreacted sodium? (1) “\flrH’lAYw I Bonus: What kind of bear dissolves in water? Hint: like dissolves like lbw? baa \gr _— \s» Mow 4.83% ’> 3.64 Kill-1m / t w“ 0 Week 3 Quiz 3 1) What molecule are we making today (circle)? NONE OF THE ABOVE CI 0 CI 2) Why is 4-chlorophenol in sodium hydroxide so dangerous? (2) \ ‘ ‘ \ 0 ft 15 (fill/tf’l'l e e 41) x\ a . 3) Why is 4—chlorophenol soluble in NaOH solution, but not in H20? (3) (think Acid/base extraction lab, write the equation) ‘ ‘ NaOH- beams—Q Pr 4—chlovo mm\ \$ goluklobt “0 ‘ ibYWlS d) SOLH' +hot+ [3 %9 Samoa m H10. 66 @Ofi +NaOH aQQ—da Nag) 4— {Jr-co 4) Write the product and the type of reaction? (2) C|\©\ H H Cl 0— + rt 34?. a / I \ of 5) Draw & label main parts setup for vacuum filtration? (2) OOC ‘smlimndméo [Hliwl W’s“ (“PM a 4 ( Wk Jim W w W i 6) A student reacts 4.3 g of 4-chlorophenol (MW 128.56) to get 4- chlorophenoxyacetic acid (MW 6). Assuming 4-chlorophenol is the limiting reagent, calculate the theoretic ' this reaction. (3) The student gets 3.7g of product. What was the percent yield? (2) (show work) _ ‘ \ shoals +01% VF “30% 5f"? )9 __ "'"-—_—._—b O 1.618x10'2‘mo (.qfixloawl xi ° ffébt 0\ Z? ammo'zrwl / “ND 2 Bonus: What is Chemist’s favorite pet? (Hint: question 6) P (—- ‘— \ntw 2) Why you should not use H20 to clean the NaCl Cell? (2) W3 6102 comm in «qua (SPAQ. 3) What bands would you expect to see for the following compound? (3) (just the functional group ex. C—H stretch) 4) Which order in. increasing wavenumber of C=O? (3) o . 0 OH (' \ “ 5) On reverse pick 2 spectra and state the major functional groups? (4) BONUS: Remember if you’re not part of the solution, you ’re part of the (Remember last week’s lab when you added the HCl solution) NaIL 'F' ‘LI’L h I“ _ g:— Day 1'qu 8 ma Week 5 Na__ j ' QuizS _ 5““ "j- 1) What doesNMRstand for? (1) 1 DAY 734mg ‘5 I 2) Which atoms will you see in N'MR (circle)? (1) I) 2H @ 160 12C @ < 3) How many H peaks will you see on the following compounds? (4) 5) What would be the splitting of (put number and name) H A 6) 0n reverse pick 1 spectra and state what it is (state unsatura 'on 4%)? (2) lumpY 03? um gal- . \qlcowll 7) Bonus: What do you get when you combine a car and 3 cinnamon bun? (Think C NMR ) can)” c4H30'2 4.1 ppm — q 3H, 2.0 ppm- s 3H,1.2 ppm— t 2H 11 10 9 8 7" 6 5 4 3 2 1 HSP— 03—534 ppm 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 4O 20 O CDS-Ofl—DSS ppm )5 6 ‘I ' Narnf- H; _' Quiz 6 _‘ , I - 1) What experiments are we doing today? (1) ‘ Day— r-YULLSQ 84”.) may; and reacafo r4 samba“ 5 3 €- D‘? WHO\ W 2) What is our product today (circle)? (2) ,6”? 753% 7/ HO 3) Draw mechanism 0 ' n and the product (push electrons)? (2) 1) Bng/\ o /\O/\ —.—.._...—> + 2) H30 H20 —+ R—m ~D/f 6) What other (2) reactions interfere with Grignard synthesis besides water (Show reaction)? (2) ‘ 7) What drying compound are we using in the Rxn apparatus? (1) 4 r \7/ ., Week7 / ' ' " Quiz 7 DAYqus 1W 7 ~ 1) What experiments are we doing today? (2) go!“ OKRDOCYWW 0-): 7° alcohol f0 Kata/0o G / i Rah/(fined Reacfiow Kfifl ) 2) What is our product in the first experiment and the reactants in the second today (circle and name)? (4) MW"3 MBr ‘ 3) What analytical techniques (2) are we using today? ( ’Khin’ Lager Cwmmqchva (9)13 2 «m \R W‘ spemscaej ~ 4) Which will have higher Rf value; 9-fluorenol or) more Jamar—=1 Showing *5 gmuexr 9+ 5) How is can NaOCl decompose (equation)? (3) ZNa OCQ he 2140(09 ){CJQL 6) What is our reducing agent in the second experiment? (2) i; Mesa 1 if, 7) What are the bubbles given off in the second experiment? 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(1) 990g (harm‘ser i \ v in N f Ms W“ soaeh 2) What is the difference be een the molecules (think simple)? (2) 2 i IT . em- flvomaa" C- 3) Where does tallow come from? (1) / OMAR 4) You are on deserted island and you need to wash your face. How would you make soap? (4) (9r Perv> 0V) ) (:ch Mr Sme a cw) M— ales and COOK H— in’rl/i ask. 0( bat L p\O~V\-‘r cl \‘5 I \J 9 5) What is the other name for basic hydrolysis? (1) CH2!) t” 9'5 Scapon \ (a H6?) ’33 6) Write the equation for soap Rxn (reactants —> products)? (3) N 0‘98 (‘2’_ p\ \ o Soap 43 Nfi‘ea‘ — RL 9337' ‘m 938 o \u “. _. ‘21“) 6L O C K 5 9.1452? - - y is sp an ineffective cleanser in hard water? (1) n ' + 2+ ‘ Bram/6e Wm com \ons. (mcd/ a 3 (94 l'\% 0m} (Eng-Jr @ M W €0a®VaC¥$ wW‘x wort” 1mm H {Vi-l1: Him mass. 1* COLT) UF‘ (1049’! O‘F‘E Ol‘V—i— mgt‘b a This \ 8) Where and when, specifically is our final? (2) as we w mammfit’ng—(g em (1/ ...
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This test prep was uploaded on 02/19/2008 for the course CHEM 51LA taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '03 term at UC Irvine.

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