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CHEM 371 Fall 2007 Professor Wilmes Exam 4 50 minutes Name____________________ EMU ID#_____________________ By signing below, I state that I agree to and will follow all aspects of the Student Conduct Code with regard to academic honesty: Signature___________________________________ Instructions: •This is a closed book and closed notes exam; models are allowed. •If more space is needed use the back of the page and clearly indicate that this was done both on the front of that page and in the check boxes below. •Clearly indicate your answer (by circling it for instance). Show your work for full credit. Crossed out or erased material will not be graded. •This exam contains 8 pages, none of them blank. Count your pages. •A periodic table is included on the last page. You may remove this page before turning in your exam. # (pts) grade I have used the back of the 1-2 (20) following pages (check box) 3 (20) 1. 4 (20) 2. 5 (20) 3. 6-7 (20) 4. 5. EC (5) 6. 7. Total (100) 8. Page 1 of 8
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1. (5 pts. each) Give IUPAC names for the following compounds including stereochemical designations as necessary.
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