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FinalF06 - Chemistry 140A(C L Perrin Final Exam December 4...

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Chemistry 140A 1-2 (C. L. Perrin) 3-4 Final Exam 5-6 December 4, 2006 7 Name (printed): _____________________________________________ 8-9 Signature (written): __________________________________________ 10 ID#: _______________ ( Place your picture ID in plain view, next to your exam .) 11 TA: Bryan Chanh Dmitry Emily Ken Sean Thong 12-13 Row ____ (Last = LL in front section or M in rear) 14 Course Grade ! /1000 ! /550 LEAVE AN EMPTY SEAT ON EACH SIDE, SO YOU ARE NOT NEXT TO ANYONE! Student on your left (even if separated by vacant seats) ______________________________ (Aisle ) Student on your right (even if separated by vacant seats) ______________________________ (Aisle ) Fill in the names and numbers above, and read the instructions below , but DO NOT TURN THE PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO. This is a long exam; be sure that you have all 6 pages. Questions are arranged approximately in order of increasing difficulty. It is more important to answer correctly than to answer all of them. Check that you have all 5 pages. Each question is worth 40 points, except those marked with - are worth 30 and those with + are worth 50. Partial credit will be minimal, so read the questions carefully and weigh your answers critically. THINK BEFORE YOU WRITE; most answers require only a few well-chosen structures, and extraneous wrong answers may lose points. You need not show lone pairs, but be sure that structures satisfy the octet rule, if possible. Show connectivity unambiguously with Lewis/Kekule structures or "condensed" (CH n ) structures; only for cyclic molecules may you use bond-line ("zigzag") drawings. Where stereochemistry is relevant, show stereoisomers unambiguously, with chair cyclohexanes or with wedges and dotted lines, on carbons that look tetrahedral and in staggered conformations (no linear C- C-C, Fischer projections, or "bowties"). Do not duplicate structures. If a product is racemic, you need not draw both enantiomers; instead you may draw one and write "racemic" or "plus mirror image" or "+MI".
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  • Chemistry, C. L. Perrin, ____________________________________ alkyl halide, concentrated HBr. ____________________________________, _________________ __________________ ________________, Bryan Chanh Dmitry

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