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Unformatted text preview: Name: ____________________________ ID: _____________________ 1 CHEMISTRY 140B 03/18/2010 FINAL Exam AVERAGE: 172/300 corresponds to lowest B(-) STANDARD DEVIATION: 54 points Instructions: 1: This exam consists of 8 pages , including this page. ( Page 8 is blank). At the beginning of the examination period, put your name at the top of each page. 2. This exam accounts for 50% of the final grade (300 points total). 3. You can use the backside of each page, or page 8 as a scratch paper. However your final answers must be clearly written within the designated box that follows after each question. At the end cross out all unused space . 4. You may use pen or pencil. However exams completed with pencil will not be regraded. 5. Last day for regrades: 03/23/10. 6. All exams will be available to you on Monday 3/22/2010 (from 5224B Pacific Hall, 5th floor) 10:00am -5:00 pm. 7. Read carefully the instructions for each problem. 8. Keep your eyes in your own exam!!! GOOD LUCK and Have a Great Spring Break Problem Points Score 1. 50 ________ 2. 50 ________ 3. 50 ________ 4. 50 ________ 5. 50 ________ 6. 50 ________ TOTAL 300 _______ Name: ____________________________ ID: _____________________ 2 Problem 1 (50 points) (a) Predict the 1 H NMR spectrum of compound 1 . Indicate clearly the splitting pattern, integration and identity of each peak (to which proton(s) it corresponds)....
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This note was uploaded on 08/19/2010 for the course CHEM 140B CHEM 140B taught by Professor Theodorakis during the Winter '10 term at UCSD.

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