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Practice Exam 2 (9/9/09) 1. Predict the direction in which the reaction proceeds by placing a reaction arrow between the reactant and the product. Show the curved (mechanism) arrow for the reaction in the provided space. OH O + NaOH O O Na + H 2 O 2. In the following question, circle the stronger acid and account briefly for the strengths in acidity. When you explain, draw proper structures to compare with. CH 3 CO 2 H vs CF 3 CO 2 H 3. Circle the more acidic molecule. If there is any specific effect which influences the difference in their acidities, name it in the provided space. If there is no significant effect, say "None" in the provided space. OH O Which effect?
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Unformatted text preview: OH O F F F 3 C OH O + CH 3 NH 2 4. Complete the following acid-base reaction. Then, explain why the reaction takes place in the direction shown. Finally, describe the mechanism by showing appropriate curved arrows. Show mechanism here. Also, try # 1, 4, 5, and 10 in the old test. # 10 has one reaction to learn on Wednesday morning, however it would be good to start the synthesis now. 5-A. Alkyne vs Alkene 5-B. Alcohol vs Carboxylic acid 5. In the following three questions (II-A through II-C), circle the stronger acid and account briefly for the strengths in acidity. When you explain, draw proper structures to compare with....
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