hrtst4bkey - Name _ FINAL HOUR TEST 1. (7) A Haworth...

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Final Hour Test (b), Chemistry 302, Fall 2004, Page 1 of 5 pages Name _______________________________________ FINAL HOUR TEST 1. (7) A Haworth projection for the pyranose structure of a sugar is given below. a. (4) In the space provided to the left of the Haworth projection, draw the structure of the sugar as a Fischer projection in the standard arrangement with the most oxidized carbon at the top and the CH 2 OH at the bottom. b. (3) In the space provided to the right of the Haworth projection, draw the sugar as the chair structure of it’s a - anomer. 2. (20, 2 each) Below and on the next page is shown a collection of structures from classes of compounds which have been discussed during the second half of this semester. Some include additional important information in a caption. Each is designated with a large bold-face letter. Below is given a set of nine statements which may apply to one or more of the structures. Beside each of the statements given, write the letter corresponding to the structure that best fits that statement. An answer MAY be used more than once . Some will not be used at all. If there is more than one correct answer, you only need to give one.
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Final Hour Test (b), Chemistry 302, Fall 2004, Page 2 of 5 pages P a. This structure is that of an AB type nylon E b. This compound is an alkaloid. . B c. This compound is a non-reducing G d. This compound is an L ketose. disaccharide.
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