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Vollhardt,Chapter17

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Chapter 17: 1. What is a carbaldehyde? 2. Where does the electron density lie in a carbonyl group? 3. What is the result of the oxidation of a primary alcohol? 4. In an ionic addition to a carbonyl group, to what does the anionic portion of the attacking group connect? 5. What is a hemiacetal? -OH group. 6. The addition of ammonia or an amine to a carbonyl is classified as what type of
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Unformatted text preview: reaction? a. A nucleophilic addition. b. An electrophilic addition. c. A keto displacement. d. An alcohol displacement. Answer: A 7. What is the product of adding hydrogen cyanide to a ketone? a. A nitrile. b. An alcohol. c. A cyanohydrin. d. An aldehyde. Answer: C 8. Which best describes a Wittig reaction? a. An alkane formed from an aldehyde and a ketone. b. An alkene formed from an aldehyde or ketone, and a ylide. c. An alkene formed from an aldehyde and a ketone. d. An alkane formed from an aldehyde and a phosphine. Answer: B 9. What does Fehling’s Test indicate? a. The presence of an ester. b. The presence of a phosphonium salt. c. The presence of a ketone. d. The presence of an aldehyde. Answer: D 10. What does a Baeyer - Villiger reaction produce? a. An ester from an aldehyde. b. An ester from a ketone. c. An aldehyde from an ester. d. A ketone from an ester. Answer: B...
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