pjc-o2e4 - Organic Chemistry II CHM 2211 Sample Exam 4 I...

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C CH 2 CH 2 O Cl C CH CH 2 CH 3 N CH 3 C CH 2 C O O OCH 2 CH 3 OCH 2 CH 3 CH 3 N CH 2 CH 3 CH 3 H Cl C CH 2 C CH 2 CH 3 OH O O C CH 3 O O Organic Chemistry II CHM 2211 Sample Exam 4 I. Write structures for the compounds named below: _______________________ _________________________ ________________________ diisopropylamine 2,4 - dimethylaniline N,N,N – trimethyl-2- ethanolamine ________________________ _________________________ ________________________ benzylbenzoate acetic anhydride hexanamide II. Name the compounds whose structures are shown below: _______________________ _________________________ ________________________ _______________________ _________________________ ________________________
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III. Fill in the Blanks 1. Which of the carboxyolic acid derivatives is the most reactive? _________________________ 2. Carcinogenic compounds that arise from the oxidation of 2° amines are called __________________________________. 3. Malonic ester synthesis can be used to produce ___________________________ (general type of compound). 4. Acetoacetic ester synthesis can be used to make __________________________ (general type of compound). 5. Direct alkylation of ketones, esters and nitriles can be carried by first reacting the compound with the strong base called ___________________________________, and then reacting the resulting alpha anion with an alkyl halide.
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pjc-o2e4 - Organic Chemistry II CHM 2211 Sample Exam 4 I...

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