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Unformatted text preview: Part 1. {I52 pt) Circle or write a single answer. “(61” 1. Select one reagent (Ar-I) for each of the following reactions and fill the small boxes 9-“ “(RX/\mz” @ HWXADDZH n more, EtflH \ / on; C. Grog, sto. in H10 [l] 11m LIA EH5. , £15.... so!“ E. aqueous HUI o \ F. Neill-I WW How-pk flffiflim Hat? ‘30:” I. remnant-sum chlomcln'omue} 2. What is the me of the following reaction? Br D. 0% T690” 0 0*“ m“ 3. What is the product ofthe following reaction? —I- WE“! 8 5 F Meet-I _ I‘m‘é ; Edd heat A. a. e. o. 4. Which of the following molecules is most acidic (easiest to fin-m enolate]? A o B o D D o 0* 6"“ Cr” 5. What are the missing reagents? cool-t 1}002,2]M3.theuacid 0003—, 0 ¢IJMgZJCOgfltenacid 2 He “#30 ”MB 31130219!“ 1:. ”Hana... 2}Cogthmacid s. From the list of teegentfconditions given below, fill in the boxes. NGGHH, m 1:, ”cool xx {,1 M92" [1;] . NCO-J51 [EM \ f)???“ N (Hz an L9" 31.. NHL high temp 1]. H230. C. H20. H+ II. PET; E, SOC}; F. IDA G. LiAlHa; H. 13.11th H3504 T. flow.r the products of the following reactions and identify which one is (it) cepooificafion, (11} none- esterification, or (C) Fischer eaterificetioo. [1), no specific name] 1-H, tram—e of ram: “if ‘3' H20. £12904 r“ a _ Meow heat Mot-r ('+ {flail 3 I“ .1) H10, HIGH ‘2? Moms heat M06 (1" {”10” ) “Rim ”—-— mine (We) '- 3M0“ Etfiflgsov4| Nina, Whet' Is the IUPAC mine for the following compound? 1!. methyl 3-methylbutenamidc _ M” e ammo bri— ‘H ' C. til-methyl 3-melh3fihexanemide ,L-r Q iii-methyl 3-mc313rlhartanamide i? H“ 9 Which' to the kinetic enolate of the followmg reaction? VL—L mm fikfil >-;%\>JK 11’] Which ofthe followingcompoundeieanacctal '? Mower: I: Which of the following oomponnds' ta an mhydride‘? Answer: E ii a o U bo 0&0 QM ODE”: . A e c D E 11. Which of the following compound is named henzyl acetate? twp/K mm m.%% bib 12. The relative reoch‘vity toward mmleolililic addin'on of the following compounds: 11Whatwasthestortingmatefialinfltereactionbelow‘? arr D I or ii... I Er Hflfio e “\5/ (96/ *5} 14. Which of the following compounds reacts with (CHfiCoLi'? Q5 .3 fig 15. Whatie fliepmductofthe followingreoetion‘? (90% a 0% o art—m, O'CHm—h II- O‘fl n. Men-est lfi. What 15 (are) the pmtiuctis) of the following reaction? v35 J13 VT mild eel-d I. o. II. but: It ml {2 11'. WhatistheflJPAC mono forthe owiogoompcumd? ' A. 1.1,1-t1'imethylefltttnal 22-mmethylpropanal 0 . ten-bmyl aldehyde D. Eloimethylpemnml 18. What is the structure for the compound whose IUPAC name is pcotyl 2—mefliyihutanoote? efiiwv ”MN 19. What is the IUPAC me for the following compound? A Propionjrl phenol D @Pheuyl proponoate \/“\D C. Phenol mopemme Port ll (23 pt) For tho following motions, fill the box with an organic oompound m- reagents. 2- HD-CHICHTOH + Part [111:5 pt each} Synflmis 1. Design a symhwis of flu: Mowing alcohol (in the box} starting fitnm bmmomethylbmmne. er- m“ M: r” Br C“? (33)” _%m, if... @3- an 1’!qu L g a CEO [email protected] ---~.L s'.+ (ELF) -" W grc-c-c—Pm}; fl; 1 (ya-mm r1113 (bi/(Er a a u a Mark 5 If 1” tr MMH {+0 5 flif" ...s U 2’ 3‘ Bonus question {3 p1} CH! How do you accomplish the fullflwing mfmfinn‘? (hint: requires pratecfionfdepmwufiun} D H—E cum => +E—G—CH20H20H fl ( 1'. ‘— HD 9 H H (’9 (”'9 629 ’T {‘1 3 3° mm, H10 H" H C Y'- ..——-5- r—4 5 gram“ ...
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