CH 17 18 and 19 - Exam II CHM 236IN Fall 2008 WIKRENT NAME:...

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Exam II CHM 236IN Fall 2008 WIKRENT NAME: _____________________________________________________ 1. Explain why dimethyl ether , (CH 3 ) 2 O and ethanol CH 3 CH 2 OH are both water soluble, but the boiling point of ethanol (78 o C) is much higher than the boiling point of dimethylether (-24 o C) (5pts) 2. Draw two different routes to synthesize the ether below and state which route, if any, is preferred. (5pts) O
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3. Draw the complete mechanism and products of the following two step reaction sequence. (10pts) OH 1) NaH 2) CH 3 CH 2 Br
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4. Draw the complete mechanism and products of the following reaction (5pts) O HBr 5. Draw the complete mechanism and products of the following reaction (5pts) 1) Cl 2 2) H 2 O 3) NaOH / H 2 O
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6. Draw the complete mechanism and products of the following reactions (10pts) a. O ether HCl b. O NaOH H 2 O
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Predict the major product of the following reactions (10pts) a. O
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CH 17 18 and 19 - Exam II CHM 236IN Fall 2008 WIKRENT NAME:...

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