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CHEM232 – Organic Chemistry II Spring 2009 Quiz 4 This quiz is worth 15 points of a possible total of 600 points for this course, and consists of two questions. You are required to answer all three questions, but you may not be required to answer all parts of a given question, so read carefully. Where you are not required to answer all parts, you should clearly indicate which parts you wish to have graded for credit. Question 1 (6 points) . Provide systematic names for two of the four structures shown below. COOH O O O O N CH 3 H 3 C Cl O O Question 2 (4 points). Rank the following carboxylic acids in order of increasing acidity (most acidic = 1, least acidic = 4). COOH COOH COOH COOH F F F F
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Question 3 (5 points). Predict and explain the outcome of the following reactions, including stereo- and regiochemical outcomes, with reference to the relevant reaction mechanism . You must include the mechanism of reaction in your answer, and may include any additional diagrams or structures to support your answer.
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