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Unformatted text preview: 1 FINAL EXAMINATION Chemistry 3B Name:__________________________ SID #:______________________ Print first name before second! Use capital letters! Peter Vollhardt May 17, 2006 Please provide the following information if applicable. Making up an I Grade _____ (If you are, please indicate the semester during which you took previous Chem 3B: Semester Instructor Please write the answer you wish to be graded in the spaces provided. Do scratch work on the back of the pages . This test should have 25 numbered pages. Check to make sure that you have received a complete exam. A good piece of advice: Read carefully over the questions (at least twice); make sure that you understand exactly what is being asked; avoid sloppy structures or phrases. It is better to be pedantic in accuracy now than sorry later! Grades will be posted on May 25, by 5 pm, outside 320 Latimer Hall. Good Luck ! DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE I. ______ (60) II. ______ (175) III. ______ (60) IV. ______ (40) V. ______ (60) VI. ______ (60) VII. ______ (45) Total: (500) 2 I. [60 Points] Provide the IUPAC name or draw the structure, as appropriate, of the following molecules. Remember the priority of functional groups in choosing names, indicate the correct stereochemistry (e.g., R , S , and E , Z ), and do not forget about the alphabetical ordering of substituents! (a) COOH H 2 N H (b) Methyl cis-4-bromocyclohexanecarboxylate (c) S H 3 (d) N CCH 2 COCH 2 CH 3 O (e) (4 R )-Bromo- N-ethyl- N-methylpentanamide (f) COOH H 2 N H CH 2 CH 2 SCH 3 (This is the amino acid methionine) 4 II. [175 Points; (a) - (j) 10 points each, (k) - (o) 15 points each] Add the missing components (starting materials, reagents, or products) of the following reactions in the boxes provided.(starting materials, reagents, or products) of the following reactions in the boxes provided....
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