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Name__________________Key__________________ Chem 2301, Fall 1999, Page 1 ID#________________________________________ Please check here if you do NOT wish to have your exam returned in class. Exams not returned in class can be picked up at Professor Distefano’s office (437A Smith) during regularly scheduled office hours. Organic Chemistry 2301 Fall 1999 EXAM 1 200 Points 6 Pages 1) 20 points __________________ 2) 20 points __________________ 3) 20 points __________________ 4) 20 points __________________ 5) 40 points __________________ 6) 40 points __________________ 7) 40 points __________________ Total 200 points __________________
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Name__________________Key__________________ Chem 2301, Fall 1999, Page 2 Average 148.51 SD 28.503 Count 230 High 198
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Name__________________Key__________________ Chem 2301, Fall 1999, Page 3 1) (20 points) Draw a Lewis dot structure for each of the following molecules; show all lone pairs. Indicate the hybridization at all atoms except hydrogen, chlorine, and fluorine. (a) H 2 O H O H sp3 (b) CH 2 CHCl (vinyl chloride, part of “new car smell”) C H H C Cl H sp2 sp2 (c) CHCCHO (A potent carcinogen) H C C C O H sp sp sp2 sp2 2) (20 points) Identify the functional groups indicated by the arrows. Carbonyl is not an acceptable answer. N N O H O H Melatonin (hormone) O OH N H Alprenolol (anitihypertensive) ether amide alkene alcohol amine
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Name__________________Key__________________ Chem 2301, Fall 1999, Page 4 3) (20 points) An incomplete structure of nitrobenzene(C 6 H 5 NO 2 , a neutral molecule) is shown below.
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