Practice Test 3 Problems

Practice Test 3 Problems - KCN, acid H 2 O/H d. Br PPh 3 O...

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Practice Test Problems: Test 3 1. Using any reagents you would like, show how you would carry out the following multi-step transformations. a. O HO Br b. O O
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2. Show the detailed mechanism of the following reaction. N H 2 O/H O + HN 3. 6. Give the structure of the most likely (major) organic product(s) or necessary reagent in the following reactions. If you think no reaction will occur, write “No Reaction” in the product box. Assume the final products are obtained after work up. a. (6 points) CO 2 H 1. 2. a’. Same thing but another way using three steps not counting workup. CO 2 H 1. 2. 3. b. + O c.
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Br O
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Unformatted text preview: KCN, acid H 2 O/H d. Br PPh 3 O e. OH O PBr 3 NH 2 f. OH O 1. AgOH 2. Br 2 g. O O O CH 3 I 1.H 2 O/H 2. Heat Base h. OH O N H H i. HO 2 C CO 2 H heat Show the mechanism for the following hydrolysis. CN H 2 O/H O OH Yes or No. Will the following reactions yield the products shown? a. O OH NaOH/Br 2 O OH Br b. O OH PPh 3 /Br 2 O OH HN NH 2 c. O O OH HO OH H SOCl 2 NH 2 H 2 O/H O O N H Order the following molecules in terms of their ability to form hydrates, from Lowest (smallest K hydra ) to Highest (largest K hydra ). O O O O O O Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl OCH 3 I II III IV V...
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2009 for the course CH 223 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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