F03ex4 - Chemistry 230-002 Final Examination Dr Grossman's Section Name(please PRINT LEGIBLY(last Student ID(first Problem 1(aj 2(ad 3(ac 4(ah

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Chemistry 230-002 Final Examination Dr. Grossman’s Section December 16, 2003 Name (please PRINT LEGIBLY) (last) (first) Student ID # Problem Score 1. (a–j) /50 2. (a–d) /45 3. (a–c) /65 4. (a–h) /40 Total /200 Please observe the following. 1) Write LARGE and LEGIBLY. 2) Read each question carefully before answering. Many points are never awarded on every exam because students do not read the instructions. 3) Explanations must be clear, coherent, and unambiguous to receive credit.
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1 1. (5 pts. each, 50 pts. total) Draw the major product of each of the following reactions. Be sure to indicate the stereochemistry of the product, if appropriate. (a) CH 3 H 3 C CH 3 HBr peroxides (b) CH 3 CH 3 BH 3 H 3 C then H 2 O 2 , base (c) MeO + O (d) H 3 C OH CH 3 cat. TsOH CH 3 H 3 C (e) O H 3 C O 2
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2 (f) CH 3 NBS MeOH (g) H 2 O cat. H 2 SO 4 cat. HgSO 4 (h) OTs Ph EtSK (i) O 3 then Me 2 S (j) H 3 C CH 3 CH 2 I 2 Zn
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3 2. (45 pts. total) Design syntheses of each of the following compounds from the indicated starting materials. Show all reagents required for each transformation.
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F03ex4 - Chemistry 230-002 Final Examination Dr Grossman's Section Name(please PRINT LEGIBLY(last Student ID(first Problem 1(aj 2(ad 3(ac 4(ah

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