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Unformatted text preview: Chem 109A InClass Exam 2 Sample Wed., January 20, 2010 Name: ________________________ Perm number: _________________ Name: ____________________________________ Perm number: __________________ Question 1) (46 pts) 2) (9 pts) 3) (15 pts) 4) (12 pts 5) (18 pts) Total (100 pts) Your score 1. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question (50 pts). 1) Which of the following statements about propene, CH3CHCH2, is 1) _______ correct? A) There is a total of eight sigma bonds. B) All the carbon atoms are sp2 hybridized. C) All nine atoms lie in the same plane. D) It generally acts as a Lewis acid. E) The compound has a cis and trans isomer. 2) Which of the following is an allylic alcohol? A) CH2=CHCH2OCH3 B) CH2=CHCH2CH2OH C) HOCH=CHCH2CH3 D) CH3CH=CHCH2OH E) CH2=CHCH2CH3 3) An increase in which of the following will occur if the reaction temperature is increased? I. Energy of activation II. Collision frequency III. Fraction of collisions with sufficient energy A) I and III B) II and III C) I, II, and III D) I E) I and II 4) An increase in which of the following results in a decrease in the rate of the chemical reaction? A) temperature B) fraction of collisions with proper orientation C) energy of activation D) concentration E) collision frequency 5) Which of the following correctly describes intermediates and/or transition states? 2) _______ 3) _______ 4) _______ 5) _______ A) Both transition states and intermediates occur at maxima on reaction coordinate diagrams. B) Transition states have partially formed bonds whereas intermediates have fully formed bonds. C) Transition states occur at minima on reaction coordinate diagrams. D) An intermediate is always produced after the rate-determining step of a reaction mechanism. E) none of the above 6) The Arrhenius equation models how the rate constant k __________. A) increases as both Ea and T decrease B) increases as both Ea and T increase C) increases as reactant concentrations increase D) increases most when Ea increases and T decreases E) increases most when Ea decreases and T increases 7) Which of the following is not an electrophile? A) +NO2 B) H+ C) CH2CH2 D) BF3 E) Fe+3 8) What is the activation energy for the reaction B A in the following diagram? 8) _______ 7) _______ 6) _______ D) D 9) What is the IUPAC name for the following compound? A) A B) B C) C E) E 9) _______ A) 5-methylcyclohexene B) 1-methyl-4-cyclohexene C) 4-methylcyclohexene D) 1-methyl-3-cyclohexene E) methylcyclohexene 10) Upon hydrogenation, which of the following alkenes releases the least heat per mole? A) (Z)-3,4-dimethyl-2-hexene 10) _____ _ B) 3,4-dimethyl-1-hexene C) (E)-3,4-dimethyl-2-hexene D) (Z)-3,4-dimethyl-3-hexene E) (E)-3,4-dimethyl-3-hexene 11) Which of the following carbocations is likely to rearrange? 11) _____ _ A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) II and IV 12) Which of the following is the most stable alkene? A) 12) _____ _ B) C) D) E) 13) If (S)-glyceraldehyde has a specific rotation of -8.7, what is the specific rotation of (R)-glyceraldehyde? A) -8.7 B) 0.0 C) +8.7 D) cannot be determined from the information given 14) Which of the following is a meso compound? 13) _____ _ 14) _____ _ A) cis-1, 4-dimethylcyclohexane B) trans-1, 2-dimethylcyclohexane C) cis-1, 3-dimethylcyclohexane D) trans-1, 4-dimethylcyclohexane E) trans-1, 3-dimethylcyclohexane 15) Which of the following compounds has an asymmetric center? 15) _____ _ A) I B) II C) III D) IV E) V 16) _____ _ 16) What is the relationship between the following compounds? A) diastereomers B) enantiomers C) constitutional isomers D) conformational isomers E) identical compounds 17) How many transition states are present in the following reaction diagram? 17) _____ _ A) 1 B) 4 C) 5 D) 2 E) 3 18) Which of the following is not a nucleophile? A) CH3OCH3 B) FeBr3 C) D) NH3 E) Br 19) Which of the following correctly describes the reaction shown? 18) _____ _ 19) _____ _ A) H <0 and S >0 B) H >0 and S <0 C) H >0 and S >0 D) H = S = 0 E) H <0 and S <0 20) Consider the reaction coordinate diagram shown. Which step has the greatest activation energy? 20) _____ _ A) E going to C B) A going to C C) C going to E D) E going to G E) C going to A 21) For an endergonic reaction step, the Hammond postulate allows one to say that __________. A) the reaction containing this step is overall first order B) the transition state of the step resembles the products of the step C) the transition state of the step resembles the reactants of the step D) the step is rate-determining since it has the smallest Ea E) the transition state is precisely symmetric with bond-breaking and bond-forming occurring to the same extent 21) _____ _ 22) According to the Hammond Postulate, which of the following is correct? 22) _____ _ A) All transition states are more reactant-like than product-like. B) The transition state of an endothermic reaction step will be more reactant-like than product-like. C) All transition states are more product-like than reactant-like. D) The intermediate of an endothermic reaction step will be more reactant-like than product-like. E) The transition state of an exothermic reaction step will be more reactant-like than product-like. 23) Which of the following is not true of enantiomers? 23) _____ _ A) They have the same specific rotation. B) They have the same melting point. C) They have the same chemical reactivity with non-chiral reagents. D) They have the same boiling point. E) They have the same density. 24) What is the relationship between the following compounds? 24) _____ _ A) constitutional isomers B) configurational isomers C) structural isomers D) positional isomers E) conformational isomers 25) What is the value of H in kcal/mole for the reaction shown? (CH3)3CH + ClCl (CH3)3CCl + HCl A) -57.5 Bond energies are: (CH3)3CH = 91 kcal/mole (CH3)3CCl = 78.5 kcal/mole ClCl = 58 kcal/mole HCl = 103 kcal/mole B) -8.5 C) -32.5 D) +57.5 25) _____ _ E) +32.5 2. Draw all the possible stereoisomers of each of the following compounds. If no isomers are possible so state (9 pts) 1) 2) Me Cl 3 ) 3. Give the major product of each of the following reactions, if no reaction will occur so state. Do not give minor products. If the reaction is stereoselective, please indicate the stereochemistry outcome (15 pts). 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 4) Indicate how each of the following compounds can be made from an alkene. Give the structure of the best alkene to use and write the required reagents over and/or under each arrow (12 pts). 1) 2) 3) 4) 5. SHORT ANSWER (18 pts). Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question 1) Draw and name the six alkenes which have the molecular formula C5H10. 2) ) 2) Why do reactions tend to proceed at a faster rate as T increases? 3) Draw the structure of two alkenes with molecular formula C4H8 that do not exhibit cis-trans isomerism 4) The G for the conversion of axial isopropylcyclohexane to equatorial isopropylcyclohexane is -2.1 kcal/mol. Calculate the percentage of isopropylcyclohexane molecules that have the isopropyl substituent in the axial position at this temperature. [R = 1.987 10-3 kcal mol-1K-1] 5) Indicate the molecules shown below chiral or achiral? explain why? 6) Complete the following reaction and provide a detailed, step-by-step mechanism for the process. ...
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