Exam_2_07 - 1(8 Points 2 points each box Give the correct...

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1 1. (8 Points, 2 points each box) Give the correct name for the following compounds. CO 2 H OH a) H b) Cl c) d) O O O Cl O O O 2. (6 Points, 2 points each box) Draw the correct structures of the following compounds. a) b –Bromovaleraldehyde b) Phenyl acetate c) 3-Methoxycyclohexanone
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2 3. (4 Points, 1 point each) Estimate the pK a value of the most acidic proton for each of the following compounds. O O pK a O O O O OCH 3 O 4. (4 Points, 2 points each) Arrange the following carboxylic acids from the strongest to weakest. Assign numbers of 1 through 4 (1 = Strongest acid , 4 = Weakest acid). CO 2 H CO 2 H CO 2 H CO 2 H Cl OCH 3 NO 2 5. (4 Points) Indicate which of the five given compounds is responsible for the following IR spectrum.
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3 6. (6 Points) Propose the structure for Compound Z that has the following 1 HNMR spectrum. Molecular formula of Compound Z : C 5 H 10 O 2 IR: 1735 Cm -1 1 HNMR d 4.9, septet, 1 H d 2.1, singlet, 3 H d 1.2, doublet, 6 H Compound Z
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4 7. (4 Points, 2 points each box) Fill in the boxes with the starting monomers needed to synthesize the following polyester.
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2008 for the course CEM 252 taught by Professor Rathke during the Summer '08 term at Michigan State University.

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