Exam_3-Chem35-2007

Exam_3-Chem35-2007 - Name_ SISD_ Chemistry 35 Exam 3 May 2,...

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Name____________________________ SISD________________________ 1 Chemistry 35 Exam 3 – May 2, 2007 Put your name and SISD number on EVERY PAGE of the exam. Write all answers on the exam. There are several blank pages at the end of the exam for you to use as scratch paper. 1. (24 points)_____________________ 2. (18 points)_____________________ 3. (12 points)_____________________ 4. (10 points)_____________________ 5. (20 points)_____________________ 6. (16 points)_____________________ Total (100 points)_________________
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Name____________________________ SISD________________________ 2 Problem 1 . (24 points) Synthesis: Propose a series of reactions (reagents and conditions) that convert the Starting Material into the Product. You do NOT need to draw mechanisms for each reaction. Structure your answer as follows: Starting Material Reagents-1 Product 1 Reagents-2 Product 2 etc. as necessary A) (6 points) OH OH OH B) (6 points)
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Name____________________________ SISD________________________ 3 C) (6 points) Ph Ph Ph Ph D) (6 points) OH H O
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Name____________________________ SISD________________________ 4 Problem 2 . (18 points) A) (6 points) Draw out all of the isomers, including stereoisomers, that have the formula C 4 H 8 . Include only structures with complete octets and zero formal charges. There may be more or fewer boxes than isomers.
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Name____________________________ SISD________________________ 5 B) (12 points) Compounds A-D are four of the possible isomers or stereoisomers that have the formula C 4 H 8 . Compounds E-H are the major products from the reactions shown below.
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2008 for the course CHEM 0350 taught by Professor Suggs during the Spring '08 term at Brown.

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Exam_3-Chem35-2007 - Name_ SISD_ Chemistry 35 Exam 3 May 2,...

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