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Chem 222 EXAM - 3 4/27/09 1) Treatment of cyclopentene with peroxybenzoic acid __________. A) results in oxidative cleavage of the ring to produce an acyclic compound B) yields a meso epoxide C) yields an equimolar mixture of enantiomeric epoxides D) gives the same product as treatment of cyclopentene with OsO 4 E) none of the above Answer: B 2) Both Cis andTrans)-hex-3-ene can be subjected to a hydroboration-oxidation sequence. How are the products from these two reactions related to each other? A) The Cis and Trans isomers generate the same products but in differing amounts. B) The Cis and Trans isomers generate the same products in exactly the same amounts. C) The products of the two isomers are related as constitutional isomers. D) The products of the two isomers are related as diastereomers. E) The products of the two isomers are not structurally related. Answer: B 3) Both Cis and Trans)-hex-3-ene can be treated with D 2 in the presence of a platinum catalyst. How are the products from these two reactions related to each other? A) The Cis and Trans isomers generate the same products but in differing amounts. B) The Cis and Trans-isomers generate the same products in exactly the same amounts. C) The products of the two isomers are related as constitutional isomers. D) The products of the two isomers are related as diastereomers. E) The products of the two isomers are related as enantiomers. Answer: D
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2010 for the course CHEM 222 taught by Professor Harding during the Spring '08 term at CUNY Hunter.

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