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Practice midterms - Chem 2364 Jun. 26th - 2008 Midterm Test...

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Chem 2364 Midterm Test Name: ___ ANSWER ____ ____ KEY ______ Jun. – 26 th - 2008 Last Name First Name Multiple Choice ( 5 points each, 35 points total ). Circle the one correct answer to each problem. 1. Circle the strongest base. A B C D E NaOH NaNH 2 NaF H 2 O CH 3 CH 3 2. What is the correct way of disposing cyclohexene? organic liquid waste down the drain with lots of water trash can organic solid waste A B C D 3. Circle the predominant product of the following reaction: A B C D E H 3 PO 4 heat OH 4. Circle the chiral compound that would yield the following combination of qualitative tests: Negative Lucas test and Positive Bromine test. OH OH OH OH OH E D C B A 5. Circle the chiral compound that would yield the following combination of qualitative tests: Negative AgNO 3 /EtOH test and Positive NaI/acetone test. Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl E D C B A 6. Which one of the following dienes will react faster with maleic anhydride in a Diels-Alder reaction? NO 2 O OMe A B C D E 7. Which one of the following compounds is a suspected carcinogen ? 1 1
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O O O OH CO 2 H NHNH 2 NO 2 O 2 N A B C D E 8. Draw the structure of the major organic product(s) of each of the following reactions or write N.R for no reaction. There is the possibility of more than one answer per box.
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2008 for the course CHEM 2364 taught by Professor Davila during the Summer '08 term at LSU.

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Practice midterms - Chem 2364 Jun. 26th - 2008 Midterm Test...

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