Chem112C-S10-MTI-A-Key (2)

Chem112C-S10-MTI-A-Key (2) - 1 Circle the letter...

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1) Circle the letter corresponding to the correct answer (neutralizing workup is assumed). 3 points each x 7 = 21 points A. B. D. Which reaction will NOT proceed from starting material to product as shown: Ph S O Ph Cl O Ph N H O Et EtNH 2 Ph OH O B. D. LiAlH 4 Which reaction WILL proceed from starting material to product as shown: The product of this reaction is: H 2 O (excess) / 21 A. C. NH 2 O OH LiAlH 4 (excess) Et Ph O O Ph O C. Ph N H O Et SH Ph S O Me Me Ph N H O Me NH 2 Me OEt O DIBALH 1 equiv. –78 °C OH NH 2 O NH 2 NH 2 N H O Et Me Me Me Me NaCNBH 3 (excess) OEt O Me Claisen Condensation NaOEt " A. B. C. D. O Me OMe O O Et OEt O O Et OMe O O Me OEt O Stork Enamine Reaction 1) 2) H 3 O + O N H NO 2 Me Me t -Bu O t -Bu O NaOEt A. no reaction B. ester A. ester B. amide OH O t -Bu DCC NH 2 C. enol D. enolate C. enol D. amine O N H NO 2 O N H NO 2 N NO 2 N NO 2 A. B. C. D. Me Me Me Me Me Me Me Me A. polyamide B. polyol H 2 SO 4 HO O HO OH HO O C. polyester D. polyacid Lec2-P1-4 Ch21-36 Ch21-37 Ch21-36g Lec3-P4 Lec10-P3 Lec3-P6 Lec6-P1 also see Nucleophilic Acyl Substitution Grid (on iLearn) for both parts of 1) Ch21-36e Ch23-20 Ch21-23 NH 2 Ch21-25 Lec9-P1,P2 Lec6-P2, Lec8-P1, Lec8-P4 Lec3-P5, P7 Ch21-36b Lec11-P1 Lec11-P2 Ch24-11, Ch24-12 Lec4-P3-4 Lec8-P5,P6
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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2010 for the course BIO 5c taught by Professor Zhu/cardullo/rao during the Spring '08 term at UC Riverside.

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