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H 3 C CH 3 CH 3 O Camphor C i n n a m o m u m c a m p h o r a CH 3 CH 3 H H CH 3 H HO H Cholesterol OH O Benzoic acid Chem 104 practice exam1 problems For the following use either "condensed structural notation" in drawing structures, e.g. CH 3 CH 2 CH 2 -Cl, or "line structures.". Some questions may have as an answer "No structure possible" Make sure you don’t draw duplicates! See the structure glossary. 1. Draw all structural isomers of formula C4H10. Do the same for C4Cl10 2. Draw all structural and stereoisomers of C4H8 that have no rings. Ditto for C4Br8 3. Draw all structural isomers of C4H8 that have one ring. 4. Draw all structural isomers of C4H8 that have two rings. 5. Draw all structural isomers of C4H9Cl. Circle those that are chiral. 6. Draw two examples of a molecule that has one ring and is chiral. No nutty structures please. 7. Draw that trichlorobenzene (C6H3Cl3) where each pair of Cl's are meta to each other. 8. Comparing with (1), draw all structural isomers of C4H10O.
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