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Exam1F07 - Organic Chemistry EXAM I CHEM 151.001L October...

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Organic Chemistry EXAM I CHEM 151.001L October 1, 2007 NAME (Last, First, M.I.)_______________________________________ Write the first letter of your last name in the box. Instructions Please fill in your name in the space above and on the next page. Print the initial of your last name in the box above. Sign your name under the Community Standard Acknowledgement. You may use pencil. Answer questions in the spaces provided. If you need extra space please write on the back of the page and clearly indicate that you have done so. GOOD LUCK!!!
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NAME___________________________ CHEM 151L Exam I October 1, 2007 Duke Community Standard Acknowledgement I certify that I have neither given nor received assistance of any kind in the completion of this exam. ____________________________ Signature Problem 1_______ (35 points) Problem 2_______ (15 points) Problem 3_______ (20 points) Problem 4_______ (25 points) Problem 5_______ (10 points) Problem 6_______ (15 points) Problem 7_______ (15 points) Problem 7_______ (15 points) Total _______ (150 points)
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1) (35 points) The following questions relate to the scheme shown below. Chlorohydrin 1 reacts with NaOH to give the alkoxide ion 2 , which reacts further with itself to give the epoxide 3 . OH
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