210 Spectroscopy Final Exam

210 Spectroscopy Final Exam - Chem 210-1 - Fall 2001 Exam I...

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Chem 210-1 - Fall 2001 NAME _________________________________ Exam I Dr. Priest Read each question carefully. Partial credit will be given for partial work, so try not to leave anything blank. There are 9 problems; make sure you have all nine in your exam. Good luck and enjoy the holiday break! 1 2 3 4 5 10 2 4 20 12 6 14 7 10 8 18 9 10 Total 100 pts.
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1) Circle the molecules that would be expected to produce a useful/interpretable UV spectrum. CH 3 O O OH O HO O OH HO OO NO 2 NO 2 O 2 N O O CH 3 2) Would you expect the following molecule to absorb in the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum? yes no (circle answer) 3) How many pairs of electrons are in conjugation in the molecule shown in problem #2? N H 3 CC H 3 N H 3 C CH 3 Cl
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4) The following four IR spectra correspond to structures A-D. In the box next to the spectra label each spectrum with the letter of the structure that gives rise to that spectrum. OH N H 2 OO C O CH 3 NH 2 N AB C D
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5) A compound with the molecular formula C7H8O gives the following infrared spectrum. When
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2008 for the course CHEM 210-1 taught by Professor Trzupek during the Fall '08 term at Northwestern.

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210 Spectroscopy Final Exam - Chem 210-1 - Fall 2001 Exam I...

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