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rnitiar, kE Y CHEMISTRY 152 Summer Session 1,2007 Iune 22.2007 HOUR EXAMINATION III I II III IV V VI 25 24 50 20 l5 t6 TOTAL r50 I. l. 25 Q(points). Circle the structure of the Least basic amine. o ll Hrw'.\-^Rn 2. Least acidic ammonium salt. 3. Most basic amine. Exam Begins Here requested compound for each of the following. o Hrterru^:Aen r\ i l l \^,y' 'l+ H - -il-, l'H cHs NH, t- /,\ ill Y Noz NH, t- n %Noz NH, t- r- Y CHs
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4. Amino acid with the highest isoelectric point. Nt' HOzCYCOe- 5. Compound least likely to have been formed --=\corrt I I Hrcz-)r.\ - t l o I Initiats K EY \a^co,- t- Eto-.l{fr cHo + UH. Il' (24 points)' The following three compounds were prepared by one of the ,,named,,reactions discussed ll i,l3'i;"I?ffill,Tlt",Ht [:H the name orthcreaction used and the piece(s) thar were emproyed 4t I +\n cf)-H 6 c-N o +\ fo l.le$" CHs C V,tdr*Ae^,r.,{tcl^ ---\corEt NAME o t5 J NAME
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I tniriats CFY III. (50 points). Draw the structure of the major organic product from each of the following reactions.
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