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337exam_answers_Exam 1 answers - 1_2_3_4_5_6 TOTAL/100 CHEM...

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1 1._____2. _____3. _____4. _____5. _____6. _____ TOTAL_________/100 CHEM 337/SPRING 2008/EXAM 1 NAME_________________________STUDENT #___________________ 1. (10 pts) Solomons. Draw the structures of compounds A (C 10 H 16 O 2 ) and B (C 10 H 14 O). 1. O 3 NaOH A B 2. Zn/ acetic acid O O O NaOH 1. O 3 2. Zn/ acetic acid 2. (10 pts) Solomons. Draw the intermediate in the isomerization of cis and trans 1-decalone. Will the equilibrim lie to the right or to the left? Check one below. O O H H H H KOH H 2 O C O -
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The equilibrium with lie to the Left__________ Right_____X______. 3. (16 pts) Solomons. Mesitylene (and other methylated benzenes) usually come from petroleum. However, it can be synthesized from three equivalents of acetone. Show how. There are many steps. You don’t have to show each and every one. For instance, you can combine aldol/dehydration steps (hint). But, you should have enough critical steps to indicate that you understand the process. Indicate which steps are reversible with two arrows and which ones are essentially irreversible with one. C
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2008 for the course CHEM 337 taught by Professor Kahr during the Spring '06 term at University of Washington.

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