Practice 1-2 - Chemistry 436 Professor Paul J. Hergenrother...

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1 Chemistry 436 Professor Paul J. Hergenrother University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Old Test #1b - You must use pencil for the exam. - Illegible answers cannot be graded and will receive no credit. NAME:________________________________ 1 21 points 2 18 points 3 9 points 4 42 points 5 10 points total 100 points
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2 1. Predict the major product in the following transformations. Please show stereochemistry, where appropriate. If there is no reaction, simply write “No Reaction”: (3 points each) H O O Ph 3 P (1 equivalent) a) O LDA -78 O C Br (this enantiomer only) b) OH HO OH PCC (3 equivalents) c) O LiAlH 4 then aqueous workup d) O f) (CH 3 ) 2 CuLi g) O NaH (1 equiv.) room temp. MeI O O OH e) H O OSiR 3 Ph 3 P F CrO 3 H 2 SO 4 H 2 O
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3 2. Predict the products and draw out mechanisms for the following transformations. Be sure to draw out any and all by-products.
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