Unformatted text preview: Chem 51A Quiz 3 (10 points; 10 minutes) October 26, 2009 Academic Honesty Policy. Academic honesty is strictly enforced on quizzes, exams, and other aspects of this course.
Academic dishonesty will result in a failing grade in the class and a letter in the student's ﬁle. Activities constituting
academic dishonesty include:
Cheating 'Copying from others during an examination. Communicating exam answers with other students during an examination. -Offering another person‘s work as one's own. °Taking an examination for another student or having someone take an examination for oneself. oTampering with an examination after it has been corrected, then returning it for more credit. -Using unauthorized materials, prepared answers, written notes, or concealed information during an examination.
Dishonest Conduct °Stealing or attempting to steal an examination or answer key from the instructor. ~Allowing another student to copy off of one's own work during a test. Collusion
~Any student who knowingly or intentionally helps another student perform any of the above acts is subject to discipline for academic dishonesty.
I understand and will abide by this academic honesty policy: (signature) Seat: 1. Identify all of the ﬁve main functional groups in strychnine by circling and labeling them. Be as specific as possible—
do not for example use a general term like hydrocarbon or carb - 1. (5 pts) “ram-lit, ”('9
(benzene (my) 4 l Wm:
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2. (1 pt) q 1;
Rank the following in order of increasing water solubility: _ < __ < _C_
(C) CH3CH2CH2COZH 3. (Smith 3.18ac, 2 pts) 17 a. Rank the following in order of increasing strength of intermolecular forces: __ < L < _q
(a) CH3NH2 (b) CH3CH3 (c) CH3C1 b. Rank the following in order of increasing strength of intermolecular forces:
(C) (CH3)2CHCOCH3 4. (Smith 3.21cf, 2 pts) )3
a. Rank the following in order of increasing boiling point: i < _ < _C
(a) (CH3)3COC(CH3)3 (b) CH3(CH2)30(CH2)3CH3
(C) CH3(CH2)7OH b. Rank the following in order of increasing boiling point: q < < (8)0 (b) ErOH (c) G cl<_£<_i>_ i: ...
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