Chem 30A 2009 Midterm Key

Chem 30A 2009 Midterm Key - Chemistry 30A UCLA Fall 2009...

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Chemistry 30A UCLA Fall 2009 Midterm Exam I KEY On my honor, I have neither given nor received any aid on this exam Signature: KEY Name: Key UCLA Student I. D. Number: Social Research Question: How many hours of sleep did you get last night? Question Points ------------------------------------- 1 (8) ------------------------------------- 2 (26) ------------------------------------- 3 (20) ------------------------------------- 4 (16) ------------------------------------- 5 (18) ------------------------------------- 6 (14) ------------------------------------- Total (102) (+5 for extra credit)
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Chemistry 30A, Fall 2009 Name: KEY Page 1 1. (8) Answer questions A-H below relative to the structure of tetracycline (a common antibiotic agent). The lettered arrows in the structure refer to the questions. O O N H H 2 N O O A B C D F E G H A. (1) What orbitals does this carbon atom use for bonding? sp 3 B. (1) What is the name of this functional group? Alkene C. (1) What is the name of this functional group? Ester D. (1) What is the chirality (R or S) at this position? S E. (1) What is the name of this functional group? Amine F. (1) What is the name of this functional group? Amide G. (1) What orbitals does this carbon atom use for bonding? sp 2 and p H. (1) What type of carbon (primary, etc) is this carbon atom? Secondary
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This note was uploaded on 08/11/2010 for the course CHEM Chem 30A taught by Professor Chattergee during the Fall '08 term at UCLA.

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Chem 30A 2009 Midterm Key - Chemistry 30A UCLA Fall 2009...

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