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Chem 30A 2008 Final

Chem 30A 2008 Final - Chemistry 30A UCLA Summer 2008 Final...

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Chemistry 30A UCLA Summer 2008 Final Exam On my honor, I have neither given nor received any aid on this exam Signature: Name: UCLA Student I. D. Number: Question Points --------------------------------------- 1 (24) --------------------------------------- 2 (20) --------------------------------------- 3 (14) --------------------------------------- 4 (22) --------------------------------------- 5 (15) --------------------------------------- 6 (13) --------------------------------------- 7 (16) --------------------------------------- 8 (20) --------------------------------------- 9 (21) --------------------------------------- 10 (15) --------------------------------------- 11 (20) --------------------------------------- Total
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Chemistry 30A, Summer 2008 Name: Page 1 NOMENCLATURE 1. A. (4) Name the following compound using IUPAC rules including absolute stereochemistry. Br Cl B. (4) Name the following compound using IUPAC rules including absolute stereochemistry. F C. (4) Name the following compound using IUPAC rules. Cl Cl D. (4) Name the following compound using E/Z rules. Cl E. (4) Draw the structure of cis-bicyclo[4.4.0]decane. F. (4) Name the following compound using COMMON NAMES.
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Chemistry 30A, Summer 2008 Name: Page 2 THEORY 2. A. (4) (4) Give the approximate numerical pKa for each molecule. O OH H OH B. (4) Suggest an explanation for why the second addition of HCl to an alkyne occurs with the same regioselectivity. Cl Cl Cl HCl HCl C. (4) Explain, using words and a structural drawing, how a polar aprotic solvent solvates metal cations. Use a specific example. D. (4) Explain, using words and a structural drawing, how a polar protic solvent solvates anions.
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