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Chem 242 Spring 2010 Problem Set #1 1. Choose from the list of compounds provided, and identify which compound gives each of the following IR spectra. O H O Me C OH O Me O O Me Me Me OH H N a)
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Chem 242 Spring 2010 b) c)
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Chem 242 Spring 2010 2. For each of the entries below, provide a compound that is consistent with the supplied data. Note: in some instances, there may be more than one structure that is consistent. a) b)
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Chem 242 Spring 2010 3. Given the following mass spectrum, can you identify the compound (hint: think isotope patterns)?
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Unformatted text preview: 4. If you had samples of the following three compounds, how would you be able to tell them apart by using only IR spectroscopy? Me Me Me Me Me Me Me Me Me Chem 242 Spring 2010 5. The mass spectra of diisopropyl ketone and dicyclopropyl ketone are shown below. a) Identify the fragmentations that lead to each of the labeled signals. b) Why is the base peak profile different? ( i.e. why is 43 the base peak for diisopropyl ketone, but the signal at 69 the base peak for dicyclopropyl ketone? ) 114 71 43 Diisopropyl ketone 41 69 110 Dicyclopropyl ketone...
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