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Unformatted text preview: Practice Exam 1 (Chapters 12, 13, 14) 1. A general method for preparing alcohols is the: a hydration of alkenes b. combustion of alkanes c. combustion of ethers d. hydrogenation of alkenes Emmp‘tef CALZCWL‘P H10 ”“9 CHS'CHZWOH 2. \What is the IUPAC name of the compound shown? 4 3 Z. \ CH3-CHfClI-I-CH3 SH Para/Vt LCQV'bm-Q 1' buhnfl, a. 2-thiobutane 2-butanethiol S“ 3 BAAGL c. 1~methy1-1-ttfiopropane d. LmethyH—propéxnethiol - 3. What is the name of the following compound? \ a 3 gar” groups a. o-Ethl henol m—Ettiihenol “.6 CM CM JdMS Mérw c. p-EthYIPhenol Q: 80 m .. WPW\ d. methylbenz ene o‘er A 0\ 31/ MW; '. o “ RWY" @EWM W O Mgr/W“ 0% *\ M“ Mphwd \S C‘GWKJV o my; LifEMWW/m 4.. 5. Identify each pair of compounds as the same molecule, isomers or different molecules. Per-ms : i ; Parers‘i’f '7 Cflf'ifismfig is ifmmfi‘fi l . » r m a? -'- '1“ Ciei'im timid}? Game marchers»? ' Meade firs-“i" a different conformation of the same molecule ifl ig:f’"slimsfi’ {hfififfflfii fl, 1). different molecules that are not isomers of each Other 11 3 i. % {a . . . - Wsflmflwfier 1 a constitutional lsomers 3 «I M "W 13;. {WW WEE-’52s d. no correct response Cisetmns isomerism occurs when a. a branched alkane has a halogen added to two adjacent carbon atoms b. an alkene is hydrated according to Markovnikov’s Ruie mail—ES Ci?“ {IRE-3%fii c. the carbons in the para position of an aromatic have the same substitucnt groups the carbons in an alkene double bond each have two different substituent ' groups What is the correct molecder formula for 2-—mct‘hylw1~propanoP r‘:"‘ 2,- 3 ow . I QM 'b. QHDO Gigi Cg; r “1% c. grime! my in} d. (:51qu CH Hm} (:3 What is the IUPAC name of the compound shown? ,«r’ swam? gym? fi‘les/fixmfl 5:» a 5 ‘1 a. 4—ptopyldecanc Page»??? 1 Li! 6-“ Cl ECQiflfi ® 4-isoptopyldecanc ' Sub % Ehiflgfi“ '. E3 6;) flfi’fifigfi‘kig % c. 3—hexylw27methylhemne c1. 4-isobuty1dccanc A .._ ESbPV€?«§ lg {fiffimflfi What is the correct molecular forn'lula for 1,2-dimethoxye'zhane? a. ail-1100 ; 1 b” “”0 all? {3‘9 W aw fix a” {3“ fillfl @ C4H1002 LIT—’0”; l W :3 W3? d. age-L203 mefi pamwr mfihufifl CLleQZ Which of the foliowing compounds has three differcm classes (or types) 0f carbon atoms. present? [‘9 2" 3" 26: l8 b. 5'13 3° 3° 5% gm CH3WCH2 “CH” CH; "CHg CHfiflme 1:8“ EH" CH3 CH3 CH3 CH3 CH3 flat in he: s3; 0- 1" Ll” d. CE/ CH REE—CH lb 9 p m E” 3 I 3 fl 2 Z 3; CH3 LRg~CH3~CH3flCH3WCH3 ‘ \E" l i, 1" lb 1.0. An addition reaction can best be described as a reaction in which two reactants combine to form one new product. b. a single reactant splits into two products. (3. two reactants exchange atoms to give two new products. d. a single reactant undergoes reorganization of its chemical bonds, producing an isomer of the reactant. Ecumlc? , Cllzfl Ella "l" ll”: “’3’ Wag} meta, Z teottomfté: 1 Wflfiflfi 11. For the following reaction setup, which type of hydrocarbon product would form? 1,4»Hexacliene + two Cia a. monochiorinated hydrocarbon b. dichlori'nated hydrocarbon c. tréchlorinatcd hydtocm‘bon tetrachlorinated hydrocarbon m n: w + (:12- mo CM 4" 3mm Gal we? 12. Select a correct structural characterization for the pair: cyclohexanol and phenol. , a. are constitutional isomers b. have the same number of carbon atoms but it different number of oxygen atoms c. have the same number of oxygen atoms but a, different number of carbon atoms 65 have the same number of carbon atoms and the same number of oxygen atoms but are not consatitutional isomers 13. 14; 15. Sciect the correct number of constitutionai isomers that exist For a four-carbon cycloalkane. a,{ v ‘ two 0. four E 5 three d. five mm; m} Wmmm m Regarding thr: set Of reactants and reaction conditions, select a conflict product Characterization for the reaction involving a: secondary alcohol and a mild oxidizing agent a. alkcnc b. alduihyde Which of the following structures represents 1r Hogan? Pflomm Burma 9mm /“x flaw“ I II c. [I and IV d. A11 of them represent propane i Z“ PWmfigmmm '16. E‘vtl'mrkovnikov’s mic is needed to predict the pmduc: in the reaction betwecn HCl and. a. cugzcaz 6* fiquaE % 9? E3; b7 CL-E‘ycnmwfim .— equal 5*? M E3? ©CH2=CH-CH3 «n mmm‘fi 4% 61??“ EE" d. CHE-Cm -~ amam. E. '17. W’hat is the correct IUPAC name for: E; a CH; "5 a , 0‘ E E a IE- {fifl E” Mfifi‘afl CB} aimwmma . E 3 a. 1 «EV-'Iethyl-Z-cyclohexea‘e E. b. Z-Mcthyli’l icyclohcxcne § @ I—Methylcydohexene . 1 a. BEViL-ttrhylcyc] ohexcne E, '18. Select the correct molecuiar formula for 2,2—Dimcrhyfl‘mtanc. §fifi I X I“ 3W. w .— E q“; 5?; U" ‘19. W'hat is the IUPAC name for: to a La 5 2. w _ l '3 OH OH ‘ ;__j Lg mflbifi“: a: ham Mm, i [9 LES-hexanediol i .. ’ M A . P a»? ma; 1 5 E3 b. 2,6-hcxancdi01 2‘ {BH ' 0mm??? ..., ““53 a ‘ \J . c, Efiwhydroxyhcxasle c1. hexyl dialcohcal . i 20. With the catalyst Aliiig, present, which reactant is needed to convert benzene to Ethyibenzcnc?’ CHTCHS r/ M 5% EMWJS ~W m3 P ‘3‘ m 3 “a“ 5, c. CHg—CHg-OH N“ ' d. C.[{2=CI‘{2 éfim%fi§?flfifim Ygffiafl-{K-WP’ 2 A‘. P WP 21. For the foilmving compound, shown] using a skeieml structural formula, determine how many hydrogen atoms are: present in the compound. CmC-~C-C~C i 1 II: C n" ‘ M . L 3.,“ 51%” PM wwm C 22 "I j”: d. 18 {Ming {jag} 22. Which reactant should be used to convert propane t0 1,2—Dickflor0pr0pane? 0‘3 CH3; (19:04; Jr ? CW5“ Cyg- m {13% d. HCl Aééfimfl fifimahma why HO. hD-‘ffififiafimf‘z as: M 23. What is the IUPAC name of the moiecule shown? I 2 3 4 5 a 1 :fl cagch—cngwcm-«(fH—CHB W {a {5; 1 w HWPW‘ R! {an ‘ "3 i ‘ M 1‘ «r n ‘ ‘9 i“? fiiéffii'éixiflrfi :3 M was $2 M '7 H5, é a. 3-Mcthy1—6—hcptcne S—Methylvldheptcne c. SrEthyl— 1 —hcxene d. 2wEth}*1—5~hexcnc 24. In which of the following pairs of alliances are the two members of the pair ! constitutional isomers? :- KD W’bfiwi; “HE NEW“! 45% a. Hex-name and 3-Mcthyfl‘mxanc A “E atmkmflfiu 5% flawe'kmwim b. 2,4~Dimcthyihexanc and 2,4—Dimethylheptane ZQGKWE Efiflfbmg :1 Propane c. Ethane: a 3-Methylnonane and 3,4-Dimethyluctane “ ‘ r“ , 51.?! 3' ‘., '3“ E0 (Wham: w gamma: m? WWW Mflmfimm ,2 - x Q WM Efifiué‘“ WM 2:7,? :_s p L GEWNESA. , 2.5. 26. 27. Which moleCule shown is an ether? e e cue—CH —CH #033 {56 Cgmifi CH?“ ”CH ”C33 M Cflhfi‘fi Awe {em dew 5:53 W [ «WM ' w 'a {W CHrCi-I wm bee “Eff: ”W3 CHrCfl {53H ~0 “1:113 I ‘ 1 “WWW” eff: CH3 €113 €113 efiwee The carbon atom marked with * is a carbon atom. "f ‘f CMC-‘CWC a: ”a . {We} a. pfimanf Ur?” air-MES; b. secondary in; 3 gm “ m, w PM 2% m w? .,._ fi‘”? ,. er- kwfifie ”F” flfi 4“ é / "1%“ e @ tertiary {1&3 L- 3:- W :5 d. quaternary m h {:E'Ew “47;, ED afif :3 fl 3 q "’23 ”we a g‘FE Wkly 5” {:9 we; L33 m T be major distinction between a saturated hydrocarbcm and an unsaturated hydmmrbon relates to: a. boiiing points be volatility c. number of carbcm atoms present the number of multiple bonds present in the moiecule “ a , ‘ v. I r a, b 1 Semi? 356d ”9 {Ew‘w’w me we we {he wee . eweee. eweeei gjeewe W“? Cwlir itemflw we: {eweewwew - ewfiw 28. Which group is the best description of the properties of alkanes? a. flammable, can undergo addition reactions, insoluble in water 63> flammable, can undergo substitution reactions, insoluble in water (1. nonwflammable, nonpolzu', water soluble d. non—flammable, nonpolar, can undergo addition react-ions |' EleEE/EEEEEEEJEE» 3? EWEEJEEEEQEEEC (Elli—CE W3 “SE fivEEEEEZEETEEEEU‘E’E EEEEEEQEEE’ZE'EM, UEESEELE EELEE ,, EEE EEEEEEEE:EE"' 22? EEEEEEEEEELEL 29. For the reaction shown, which type of orgnme compound will form? GEE: 3H CH: 8142+ H2 EL ! Efli— EBLEEooEEeEEE; a. An fillianc is formed , ® An alkene is formed 2- c. .An aromatic hydrocarbon is formed _ ‘3 d. Markovnikov‘s rule is needed to predict the major organic product e E» EEerEeEEe Emmi”? W CW” EEEEEEEE "E M QEEEEEQEEEEEEEEW SEE-3 _ fi:—-j/i dikflwfiwg l; 30. Which func’donal group will cause a compound to have a boiling point greater than that predicted only by molar mass? ' 1211 L hi "m . H “ =~ll \E - E ”E E 6 er Manon E EEE EEEE- E‘EEEEEE“ E E b. Ealcohol E _ E \j -. ‘ EEIE \, 7‘: 7%” fig: ‘ 157’?“ '53. a c‘ elkene quEW 91% FEM M S _ Mk‘flwifii l; . E E '7 d. ketone - EE‘EE_,.EE::E E'fiEfiEE EiEEEEEEEEE E E EE EZE 5 :7 r—--.. E E9 i? $7 ‘75 ‘35». U W E f ”9 fl 3* “a E; .9“% EE- My} 10 31. For which of the following iotramolecular alcohol (lehydmlicms is Zaitscv‘s 19999:. needed to predict the StfllCliLll'C of the allwne formed in the greatest amount? 3_ {310133501 M 99G C992 (199919991993 WQfi-f— ..._.. 9.99WQ999} b. ZnPrOpzmol W IECQfarPE—EEW lag-5 ”“39 fiagg ‘5}9 9:99:3W c.1—butanoi no correct responoe 9 09:: £5 Z" C9193: W“ 9:999w “” 9:993; 59199999399999.9999 09/939799 9.999999999993999. 99929.9 9:99 «9:999 9:999 32. For the organic compound Shown using 99 skeletal structural, determine the number of hydrogen atoms: present in the compound. Gw?--G--$ Cl Cl :9 Shydrogen atoms) C993) M, C999. ‘55 (19%?“ 9: 99 9 b. 9 hydrogen atoms 9 9 c. 7 hydrogen atoms C919 £1 d. 19) hydrogen atoms 33. In which. 09-9116 following pal 1:5 of alcohols do both members of the pair contain two or more hydroxyl groups? 9 999999 «9 9999 a. 2-999999999992913. tog. 29.9101 and propylene glycol ethylene glycol. and glycerol 6. bug-'1 alcohol and pxopyleoe glycol 099% '" €399 cl. butanol and tertAbutvl alcohol 99999:- 999999 9299999. 99999 9- - 9 9 E9699 9999999999” 999999.999 999999 955.999 ”9-999 99' 9299999999 9:99 9 4999999999999: “9999099939: 9999999999 999 9:9999999999299 9999,. 9399999 999999.99 9.999939 999.99.99.99 9519’ -. 11 34. For. the following reaction. setza1p,which type of hydrocarbon product would form? Cyclo'hexcnc + one Ck: MA at. monochlmfinatcd hydrocarbon 2 . . / 41"“ £1 ”a?" b. d‘lchlonnated. hydrocarbon fl/ 1 a {- ‘5 c. trichjorinated hydrocarbon a ' 5% 34 p ‘ l ‘ raid???) fimfl $3M”?- “3‘ “:3 d. tetrachlorinated hydrocatbon. 35. Match the: structural formula, HO—CHg—CHIO'E-l, with the corrett compound qrpe: a. thioethcr Whig gm 6:} Muga‘é; «m dlfl'fii b‘ dis ulficic: diol . thiol 36. What is(are) the product(s) of the complete combustion of any hydrocarbon? a. CD only “i.“ .§ém M5513 a .m“? b. cozomy Hydfoflcarmflfmqflflm fivfi'fi‘im TH Q5 601 —%r' H10 c. (:0 + H20 co: + H20 12 3?. Determine the appropriate characterization of the two organic compounds: Cyclobexane and Methylcyclopentanfi constitutional isomers ; E b. no: constitutional isomers but have the same number of carbon atoms (2. both compounds exist in ciswmns forms cE. only one compound exists in a cis~trans form E ' O \f % GEE: EoEEE; EEEEEEE‘ mfiEmECEEEQEEEE-EEEEEE i LE“ Eagim {:- EjEiE Em 1? 38. What IS tho IUPAC name of the compounds uEEEOWH? CH3 "CH“CHZ ”Eme EjCEE’flEEE” a Z ..... E .EEEEEEEEEEE CH3 0“ SEEEEEEEEEEEM’ 5 LE EEE‘EIEEM .- L__ 4—methy1-2-pentanol ‘ r “E “E “'5' w I .,.. E E E. b. 2—methyl-4-pentan01 LE, EEEEEEMEEQ 3”,...EJ’E‘Q'KEifiEfEEEIfiEZE c. 4,1Ldimcthyl-2-butanol E d. 2-isohexanol . 39. Which of the fofiowing is the bond line drawing for 2~cthy1—1—mothylcyclopcntanol? Z'EEEEEEOE CEOWEEE‘E’EEE Efix DEEEEEEEQEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEWL 3 Fm VIM, EEELZfOE [EM . 5 o .: {/— 5 “ OH 2. OH My.» 1‘1 \a, I 5 z LEFE: tihiE‘“ 3 E‘EEEEEEZE ”j Efi EEEE‘E.EEEQ\§CL®E1§RE{%K ’ Z’EERHgLWEN EfiEEfli fi‘iffly‘fihm QEEEfE EE EEEEEEE: EEEEE :EEEEE EEEEEE EEE EzE'EEE‘EEE; EEEE EE‘EEE EE EEEE EEEEE E'EEE EEEE EEE EEEEEW GEEEEEEE’ bflfim—EEA . EEEE- fiEEEEEEEZ. EEEEEEE 4'1. 42. For the reaction shown, which type of organic compound will form? H r: CH22CH~CH3 + H30 £3 a. .An alkanc is formed 1). An alkene is formed c. An aromatic hydrocarbon is formed £13 Matkcwnikov's rule is needed to predict the major organic: product WWW—$.mmmmmwi 3,?HZKEW“ 6%? iv- er” 0:34 ~42» my é W W» J . a; o}. -* //:/’ oka \ , v ' om) WW” W‘wfliiflwfifiw %; W w R535???” \What is the, cones: molecular formuia for 3wEthyihexzmc? a. (35111}; i Z 3 b‘ cal-1.4 (1%; Wig“ 325% w My M: Q Treatment of the molecuie shown with a strong oxidizing agcot will produce CH3 CH3 [.374ch am {M33 m o. 2? gamma ) 2L. an aldehyde .an “ E11- $6 36w {3- ‘1 “s fimflfiwf a} b. acarboxylic acid “a? d V q“ (3 .- _ w: z?“ ‘ ‘1’?! C. a kemm Cgfiéafifih gm agggfigamiwafi Q. no reaction J CHEM 43. Which of the following is a correct line bond structure for 2,3wDimethyl—3—hexene? 3- b— 3 le— flmfil'vgafidmwlfi M 44. Which. of the following statements concerning Saturated hydrocanbons is incurred? i l a. Everv carbon atom present has four Worlds W”?— *«z. k ‘ Q Q . b. All bonds present are singl 6 bands. " Wfiéfl Q 353% awmfim } . ‘ @Every' carbon atom present must be bonded to at least two hydrogen H atoms. 3 {5 3%” I R? d. No correct response. lg T31 Q ‘ Q: g 3’ [lavbm M} 1% W“ Q14”: l w _..., A k ‘ i l (g la?“ {‘1‘ ”lg fim‘mm ' FL 45. The molecule CHECHzCl-IzOCHQCH3 can be classified 53(11): l 21. alcohol 5% b. aldehyde ’ QM Cw Q5: “‘fi Q:§; lQMQW c. alkanc 3 £21) ether ‘ I 15 l 46. For the following reaction set-up, which type of hydrocarbon product: would Form? Benzene + two (:12 a. mtmochlotinatod hydrocarbon l dichlorinatcd hydrocarbon c. o‘ichlotinatod hydrocarbon d. tetrachlotimtecl hydrocarbon 1 it’ftolttfl 47. What is the IUPAC name of the compound shown? CHJCHZCHZOCH 1 pmponfl LE1”; l" ,1 M‘ififl‘lfififi a. 1,2—etherb utanc b. methyl ptopyl other {9 1mm: thoxypropane d. butyl other 48. Determine the appropriate characterization ofthe two organic compounds: Pentaoo and 2,2—Dimethylpropme 1' ' a constitutional isomers {2:3 b. not constitutional isomers, but have the. same number of carbon atoms (1. different conformations of the some, molecule d. not constitutional isomers mad do not have the some number 017carbon 21-320 [1'15 Clfi‘g l . WE; $5 a? 's I“ pap-«w "t 1:113qu {3,11% {:1ng :11:an 1:»; CW5 £1 W1" _ £11131. 1"“ : é l t‘.“ fix Vi. “’”" og 141% 16 49. All of the following are properties of ethers except *gfiefiemfilefi magi}; Flhefifi’fi. tar -'w' '7 U ethers dissolve readily in water in all proportions. .... N03? hlfilfii b. ethers are relatively unreactive except for flammability. — W45;- c. ethers dissolve many organic compounds readily. w We... mmxfig Cr H fivgfibgefl d. the molecules are polar, but do nos form hydrogen bonds with other ether molecules. ‘ . Mme T 9......” We llxe. (I) ":8 he? hemeeél m o ll fie Mere Cool"? he“ liilllfl‘mhfim hrmée wfilfi fig: film {flllmff' 50. Which compound would you expect to have the lowest boiling point? I‘methane nil} Cling Llhhmfifflllj} . a > b. methanol may ngml- Lemme ‘megheeifi 0 ethanol ....~,. cane-Qfiuffilfll [fiefiowl Emmi} (I. water: .. w mil ll“ lhmfiheefi M»: K We .. .2. 3* Ch... < C, gill-“33h x Le... {31. a. 21% 3:3 leeel paler Mme? gee We 51. What is the IUPAC name of the compound shown? ":7. .. 3 N ‘ _ fillhemeewe . a. Ewethyl—fij—dimethylhexane 2"" Wavwwél l : m l b. 3,5wdimethyl-2-ethylhexane kl; w Ellfiffifi‘ W , _ ' h .. . i e 9 @ 2,4,5 trimet ylheptane l3} w Whfifllfleg d. 3,4,6—trimethylheptane ‘ .-. 52. C15 {1.3113 isome1r1sm is possible for which of the following 311 (toes? 122 N0 0Q (:11 c:1--1;—CH;—CH3 c. gem-(311:1.111 111 1: N“ {i :— 1‘; d. H2 CH CHE-CH3 11 $111" ~11 11 g3:111:11 ' {:15 \ ”"1 53. in which of the following allmoes are l 3 cos 21113111 13011615; present? .1 Crw wow £911 (:1 11 :21: 115 1 1 1 3.1:), 1:1. 11—1 fl 1., [1113—0112 Cl'lg— CH3 CHE—CH2_CH3 g g? (E: c. 6) more than one correct response w l .1111 c113—eHv-C113 e 1 111 100111 11-1 11 1 1 1 wawcwew- re 1 “1 1 1.. g: 1.1 E 54. The molecule shown is 21 alcohol because {313*(3112 "12“{333 011 Z 12; 11111131§113 2m fifit‘fiwfi a. primary; it has one WOH group b. ptimary;1ts FOH group is on the end of the molecuie c. secoadary; each group bonded to the hydroxyl carbon contains two carbon atoms ® secondary; the carbon bonded to the -OH group is bonded to two other carbons 18 55. 57. Which statement concerning eyeball-vanes is correct? F3 3. Molecular formula always fits the general formula CHI-13mg. Nb Clan» l): an .M1 are hydrocarbons. (3. Each exists in two or more isomeric forms. —— Nfi'fld Z figufig’fififl'fi'fllg c'L More than one correct response. {EEK fitfifgflft @fiylflwlt {Wm rage filer ewe {3 The relatively high boiling point of alcohols in relation to their molecular weights is the result of: a. covalent bonding b. dipole: forces Q hydrogen bonding cl. ionic bonding A eyeloalkene having only one carbon-carbon double bond will have the general Form ula 3- CnH2n+2 l1 CnHZn @Cnflm Cl CnHZn 4 19 58. What is the IUPAC name for the foliowing compound? 2 3 CH1 Pflyflfif “‘3.” DE hg'fly‘gfl g L} Eflmmmfia’ : X; W? 535% EL 5 2-methyl-3npentanol g ffififiwige S affix EMME . 2-methy1f37pcntcn0} c. 4—methy1—3wpcntanol d. 3-methyl-Z-pentanol 59. For which of" the following halogenated cycloalkancs is cis»tmns isomerism possiblc? a‘ 1,1-Dichlorocyclobexana 4" Sflmfl CG?!“ ‘1')” b. 1—Brom0—1-chlotocyc100ctanc ‘gr SGWKI {3m WW1 {3) l-Bromo—Z—clflomcyclobutane 1%,»- fifim {jig $§QW$$ {Emmy him-“i: Wfl d. More than one correct ztcsponse 60. The IUPAC name of the alcohol shown is 5 L+ _ :5 L 1 CH3"? ”fH'flQMCHZ“OH was was Pam—i g» pew-am . 2,3~dimcthy1-5-pentanol 3,4-dimethyl—1-pentanol 3.1% ’ Wafaéfiw 53" 32M @MKWE . 3,4—djmethyLSapentanol 2E} 2,3—dimethyl-1—pentanol @Efi‘fiflfi magafi g: gt; {5% ’“‘ fi§m€?fi%fi 61. Alcohols, others, and phenois can be considctcd organic detivatives of the inorganic compound a. carbon dioxide H ,— 0 «w» i” . sodium hydroxide F % :Owater 12 ““ Q W“ P1 Qfiflflhwi d. noneofthcsc Q M Q W E2 QWfiW Wm? phtm‘E { mefl 62. Organic compounds that are poofly soiuble in water behave that way because thcy are: a. highly polar b. moderately polar c. covalently bonded ® generally nonpolar 63. What is the IUPAC name of the compound shown? (CH3)3~—C_CI-Ip_ WCH27CH3 a.“ 1,1,1-trimethyibutanc {:QE 2,2»di1nethylpentane g 2; 1 " 3 q 5 c. 2—dimethyipentanc CH5 m i: m” f i m; {WEEK “M {:H g ..,._.,‘ . L? m" ‘ a...“ d. heptane ‘L w 1 64. 6:1, 66. \What is the molecuiar Formula for 2,3~Dimethylv2vpentene? a 071+; E 2 3 :1 S {3,} 13 C711.“ CH3: Cr; {:{M {3.334} M“ C C7H1; E " Determine. the appropriate characterization of the two orgmrxic compounds; Cydobutane and Bumnc: a. constituticma] isomers ,1 E 13?} 130': constltutional JSOIIII'CIS but have the same number of carbon atoms “my; c. both compounés exist in cisvtrans forms d. only one com‘pnund cxjsas in a. sis—trans form n WEE, “‘ {3%, ,1 {mam {35%{3 CW HE fiangb a L-{W WLW {:{x {{{Zfl%lfl Ciwosc t'hC‘. correct reactants that: produce thc products, C03 and $2120, during the process of complete mmbusrion. jug”. ‘31; a; V25: ' ”53" {:3 £1. methane 3‘” flfifl WM.” LL fékwfik} ,3; ”a 9‘ E11“. .. b. sodium hydroxicie ‘9 Hifi , ‘ Waiififim M a ND C. 2,3, '3), 4 4~pcntametzhv [beptanc r bflgfiflfmfi {E WMWWJEE #3, {95:33 @ 111016: than one correct msponse how {L m& 3 {3.353521 {:{yazaafirw 22 ! r- | i. if i i | 67. 68. 69. 70‘ What is the IUPAC name of the compound shown? is? 5 L} 3 Z i m3fl2wacfig‘flion Gig—(Iii; Mimi"? i“ Miami ofimmfiw: LL 53%? e- 4-ethyihl—hexanol b. 3—ethyl—6—hexanoi c. 3ucthylw1~hcxano£ d. isooctanoi Li ” Ei'hkjii ’" i "" ififipflmg What is the correct molcculm: formula for 2,3,4—trimctbylpenmue? 3 53% 5 a. Cg?!” m ‘ m: p «3% w, fill-11% (“—7 Q: ‘ “F b. Cam. C ‘Li 7;) (Eli; g i ' B C. CsHm ”Vivi {3%, :3 iiiiifij} @ (381—119 J” 3 I Which compound is the most soluble in water? a. CchHQCHZCHZOL-i We‘mfia—gm’g 6 CHJCHchJOH i“- Q’o‘gcmifii 'Ic (372'13(3P12C1v{2(jH3 W. bit/mg,” d. CH3CHZCH2CH2CH2CHZCHZCH3 w {fifihfimfi \» gmfimfi '> i“ WWW "E? Bmflm. 3 fimflmfl' '1. | When a thioi is oxidiZCd the product is a. an aldehyde CPKS‘” 3% if C911" EEK)? -w>3 CPS?) b. a ketone c. sulfuric acid @a disulfide 23 ...
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    The ability to access any university’s resources through Course Hero proved invaluable in my case. I was behind on Tulane coursework and actually used UCLA’s materials to help me move forward and get everything together on time.

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    Jill Tulane University ‘16, Course Hero Intern