Chem 008 Spring 2009 Exam 2

Chem 008 Spring 2009 Exam 2 - Spring 2009 Chem 8 Exam 2...

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Spring 2009 Chem 8 Exam 2 Name_____________________________________ Page 1 of 9 Q1-6 Definitions points (2 points each) Put the letter from the definitions list in front of the word or phrase in the terms list. Terms ____ nucleophile ____ concerted reaction ____ regioselective reaction ____ s-cis ____ aprotic ____ anti-Zaitzev reaction Definitions A- a reaction with a positive Δ G °. B- an electron-rich atom or molecule. C- a reaction in which two substituents are added at a double bond. D- when the higher priority groups on carbons are on the same side of a double bond formed by those carbons. E- when two double bonds are on the same side of a single bond. F- a reaction in which all the bond-making and bond-breaking processes occur in one step. G- a reaction with a positive Δ H °. H- an electron in an unfilled shell. I- a reaction with a positive Δ G °. J- a reaction in which a hydrogen is removed from the α -carbon bonded to the most hydrogens K- a reaction that leads to the preferential formation of one constitutional isomer over another. L- an electron-poor atom or molecule. M- an electron that is donated from a acid in a reaction with an base. N- does not have a hydrogen bonded to an oxygen or to a nitrogen. O- a reaction in which a nucleophile substitutes for a substituent of an aromatic ring. P- the rearrangement of a carbocation to a more stable carbocation. Q- has a hydrogen bonded to an oxygen or a nitrogen. R- electrons that are shared by more than two atoms.
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