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Quiz%204%20Spr%202005 - than one major product. CO 2 CH 3...

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CHEM 235 Spring 2005 Quiz 4 This quiz is worth 20 points of your final grade of 1000 points. It consists of four questions of a comparable degree of difficulty to the mid-term and final exams. You are only required to answer two of these questions over a period of 30 minutes. Please clearly indicate which two of the four questions you wish to have graded. Question 1 . (10 points) Choose 4 of the following 6 structures or names. Where a structure is given, write the name of the compound. Where a name is given, write the structure. ( R )-4-phenyl-hexanoyl chloride N -methyl- N -ethyl butanamide O 3-methoxy-2-methylbenzonitrile OCH 3 O O O O HO O H 3 CO
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Question 2 . (10 points) Fill in the missing information (reactant, reaction conditions or product) for 4 of the following 7 reactions. Note there may be more
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Unformatted text preview: than one major product. CO 2 CH 3 NH 2 2) H+/H 2 O LiAlH 4 /ether PBr 3 /ether H+/H 2 O NH OH COOH H 3 CH 2 C O O 1) 2 CH 3 MgI/ether CH 3 COCl C N H+/H 2 O O CH 3 COCl pyridine pyridine Question 3 . (10 points) Predict the outcome of the following two reactions, and explain your reasoning in both cases with reference to the reaction mechanism and the nature of the starting materials or any intermediates formed. (A) (B) HO NH 2 HO H 3 C O O O CH 3 H 3 C O O O CH 3 OH Question 4 . (10 points) Complete the following two sections Rank the following sets of five compounds in order of increasing ACIDITY (most acidic = 1, least acidic = 2): COOH COOH F 3 C COOH COOH H 3 CO F COOH SET A COOCF 3 F 3 C COOH F 3 C COOH COOH COOH SET B F F F...
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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.

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