Unformatted text preview: Name CHEM 235 Spring 2008 Quiz 2 This quiz is worth 25 points out of a total of 700 points for this course, and consists of four questions. You are required to answer all four questions, but may not be required to answer all parts of a given question, so read the questions carefully. In cases where you are not required to answer all parts of a question, you should indicate clearly which parts you wish to have graded. Question 1 (8 points). Provide a systematic name for two of the following four compounds. OH Cl OH OH OH Cl Question 2 (6 points). Predict the outcome for three of the following six reactions. SOCl2 O OH CrO3/H+ OH H2O O 1) LiAlH4/ether 2) H+/H2O H2 Pt/charcoal CO2CH3 + CO2CH3 KMnO4 H+/H2O Question 3 F and OH Name (4 points). For each pair of compounds, indicate which of the two compounds is the more acidic. H3CO OH OH and Question 4 OH (7 points). Predict the outcome (including stereo‐ and regiochemistry) of the following reaction, with reference to the relevant reaction mechanism. You must include the correct mechanism in your answer, and you may use any additional structures or diagrams to illustrate your answer. H2SO4 ∆ OH ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2010 for the course CHEM 235 taught by Professor Dr.poole during the Spring '10 term at Ball State.
- Spring '10
- Organic chemistry