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Unformatted text preview: Name: 1 CHEMISTRY 249S Examination 1 February 2nd 2004 Answer all questions in the spaces provided on the examination sheets, indicating clearly what is to be graded. PRINT YOUR NAME AND STUDENT NUMBER CLEARLY ON THE FIRST PAGE OF THE EXAM BOOKLET NAME: STUDENT NUMBER: NMR Spectroscopic Correlation Tables are provided on Pages 8-9 of this booklet. Allowed Aids: Molecular Models Calculators and other electronic devices are not permitted in this examination Credit will be given for partial answers WAIT UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO BEGIN Marking Scheme Question 1 15 Question 2 5 Question 3 30 Question 4 30 Good Luck! Question 5 40 Total 120 Name: 2 1. Draw the other significant resonance structures for the following compound (4-aminopyridine). Is this compound aromatic, non-aromatic or anti-aromatic? ( 15 Points ) N NH 2 2. Sherlock Holmes was presented as a role model of deductive reasoning in class. Please give a simple example of deductive reasoning in the form of a premise, fact and conclusion. (5 points) PREMISE: FACT: Name: 2 1. Draw the other significant resonance structures for the following compound (4-aminopyridine)....
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2008 for the course CHM 249 taught by Professor Batey during the Winter '04 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.
- Winter '04