MT1.1 - l(44 points The following compounds(or their...

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Unformatted text preview: l. (44 points) The following compounds (or their isomers) appeared in experiments 0 and 1 or in your lab textbook or were discussed in lecture. Match each structure shown with its name by writing the appropriate led—er corresponding to the name in cloumn 2 of the table. If more than one name listed are appropriate for a certain compound, wrote BOTH letters in column 2. In column 3, write the names of fl (except as noted below) the fimtional groups present in the molecule. The only acceptable functional group names are those listed in table 2—3 of Volhardt to which you were referred in the syllabus and in lecture. For this exercise, do NOT list “alkane” or “aromatic compoun ” as a functional groups if they are present. If no recordable functional groups are present, write “NONE”. You will be penalized for guessing (1 point each guess). NOTE: for all structures, the abbreviation “Ph” is used as defined below: X = Ph-X .6r—Et11y-l-acctattc O. Succinic acid w W W i E. Acetophenone Q. Benzophenone l Mail-ling R. Dimethylglyoxime l H. Methylene chloride Hiet-hylethep— * mm W L. Cholesteryl acetate fi—Befigflme—afid" STRUCTURE ...
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