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POW 3 KEY - CH 310N POW#3 Williams Fall 2010 Due 8 AM Tues...

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CH 310N – POW #3 Williams Fall 2010 Due: 8 AM, Tues Sept. 21, 2010 Name (print): ____________________________________________________________ Signature: _______________________________________________________________ Please write the first three letters of your last name in the boxes K E Y
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CH 310N – POW #3 Williams Fall 2010 Due: 8 AM, Tues Sept. 21, 2010 1. Answer: 1-Hexene
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CH 310N – POW #3 Williams Fall 2010 Due: 8 AM, Tues Sept. 21, 2010 2. An infrared spectrometer uses infrared electromagnetic radiation to produce spectra. What type of molecular activity does this radiation result in? (0.5 point) 3. What is the hybridization of the carbon having a C-H bond stretch at 2950 cm -1 ? (0.5 point) 4. What are the most distinguishing peaks in the IR spectra of these molecules? List the corresponding functional group and stretching frequency. (1 point) OH O OH 1 2 Functional Group Stretching frequency (cm -1 ) 1. C=C 1600-1680 2. C-O 1000-1250
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CH 310N – POW #3 Williams Fall 2010
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