0243Pb14-09

0243Pb14-09 - 5 H 8 containing ONLY four-membered rings....

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Problem 14, Chemistry 0243 - 2009 In each part, make a good three-dimensional drawing, and determine (little arrows, please) how many different carbons there are in each compound. (a) Draw a compound of the formula C 8 H 14 containing ONLY two four-membered rings. (b) Draw a compound of the formula C 7 H 12 containing ONLY two four-membered rings. (c) Draw a compound of the formula C 6 H 10 containing two four-membered rings. (d) Draw a compound of the formula C
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Unformatted text preview: 5 H 8 containing ONLY four-membered rings. (e) Draw a compound of the formula C 8 H 8 containing six four-membered rings. (f) Draw a compound of the formula C 8 H 16 containing ONLY two four-membered rings. Really tough. The other parts are relatively easy, but this one will tax your imagination. Be creative. Think non-linear. Do not be chained to what you have already seen, he hinted....
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