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Unformatted text preview: Chem 273- Exam #1 - 2 3. (20 points) Draw the organic products formed in each reaction. Indicate the stereochemistry of the product when this is requested. 8r HBr a. CO (1 equiv) QC) 4' (p r' y N 2 HNO:, H2 b. CH 0004 CH 3 3 H2804 Pd-C (”sag 3 O 0 c [1] /\/"\Cl + AICI3 ‘ CH3 H006 4- ”WC [2] KMn04 0 1 d. % [ l A [2] /_—_\ CHsozc cozcm3 [Indicate stereochemistry.] e. cg, CI 0 Feel; 4. (8 points) In each part, write only one number 1 and one number 4. a. Considering the four hydrocarbons drawn below, label the compound that has the smallest heat of hydrogenation as 1. Label the compound that has the largest heat of hydrogenation as 4. ...
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