Final_quiz - 1(3 pts For the structure shown below give the hybridization and the bond angles for each of the atoms indicated C O N A B CH3 A B C

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1. (3 pts) For the structure shown below, give the hybridization and the bond angles for each of the atoms indicated. N CH 3 O B A C A. ___________ B. ____________ C. ____________ 2. (3 pts) For each of the following condensed structural formulas: A. Draw the line angle formula B. Draw a resonance form. Show the movement of electrons using curved arrow formalism C. Label the major resonance form. If there is not one major form, indicate both as major. [CH 3 COCHCHCHCH 3 ] - [CH3COOCHCH(CH 3 ) 2 ] + 3. (2 pts) Each of the compounds below have relatively high melting points. For each compound, identify one functional group and list the attractive forces contributing to the melting point. Compound Functional Group Attractive Forces Cl OMe N N N NH CH 3 NH 2 4A. (1 pt) Explain why the torsional energy for cyclohexane is minimal compare to the torsional energy for cyclopropane. 4B. (1 pt) Explain why there are two nodes in an s-p antibonding molecular orbital. 5A.
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course CHEM 304 taught by Professor Hyde during the Fall '09 term at Westminster UT.

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Final_quiz - 1(3 pts For the structure shown below give the hybridization and the bond angles for each of the atoms indicated C O N A B CH3 A B C

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