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W09Exam2Blank - Chemistry 210 Second Examination March...

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Chemistry 210 PRINTED Name ___________________________________ Second Examination please print clearly please print clearly March 10, 2009 Signature ________________________________ (1.5 hr; 120 points) ID No. _______________________ Please CHECK OFF your laboratory section, OR- put “X” here if you are not in Chem 211: ____ Monday Labs: 11AM-2PM A606 110 Anna Merkle A612 111 Teng Xue A618 112 Anne Juggernauth A624 113 Tamara Brodsky A630 114 Stephanie Marcus A636 115 Ajdin Kavara A642 116 Enjun Yang A706 130 Adam Bonnington A712 131 Jin Zhang A718 132 Qihui Ni Monday Labs: 2-5PM A706 117 Becky Lahti A712 118 Bo Peng A718 119 Jing Nie A606 120 Anna Merkle A612 121 Teng Xue A618 122 Anne Juggernauth A624 123 Dan Hekman A630 124 Cai Wenyi A642 125/126 Ramya Krishnan Wednesday Labs: 2-5PM A606 310 Sean Maxwell A612 311 Jin Zhang A618 312 Stefan Craciun A624 313 Grace Zhu A630 314 Cai Wenyi A636 315 Ajdin Kavara A642 316 Ramya Krishnan A706 324 Rachel Brody A712 321 Bo Peng A718 322 Quihi Ni A724 323 Jing Nie Prob Pts Score GSI I 25 \___ _/ _____ II 21 \___ _/ _____ III 25 \___ __/ _____ IV 23 \___ __/ _____ V 26 \___ __/ _____ Total 120 \____ / _____ Please read each question carefully and answer it completely and clearly. Complete Lewis structures are acceptable for answers unless you are given other specific instructions. Precision in drawing is an important skill. Double-check any three-dimensional representations to ensure you are implying an unequivocal direction of bonding. Do not forget to include important features such as nonbonding lone electron pairs and formal charges when appropriate. Individual point values are given in the corner of each
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Name _______________________ Page 1 w09ex2p1 I. (25 points) A. This connectivity represents: (a) (a) When dienes are treated with o n e e q u i v a l e n t of HBr, a variety of addition products form. Provide the most reasonable two-step curved arrow mechanism for the production of P1. Consider the molecule(s) represented by the following connectivities and check all the statements that are true. 3 or more compounds a pair of diastereomers a pair of enantiomers one (unique) compound chiral compound(s) only at least one meso compound (b) (c) 3 3 B. Unique connectivity 13 C-NMR: 4 signals 1 H-NMR ratio of 6:2:1 I achiral compound(s) only This connectivity represents: 3 or more compounds a pair of diastereomers a pair of enantiomers one (unique) compound
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  • Chemistry, H3C, compound chiral compound, Anna Merkle Teng Xue Anne Juggernauth Tamara Brodsky Stephanie Marcus Ajdin Kavara Enjun Yang Adam Bonnington Jin Zhang Qihui Ni, Sean Maxwell Jin Zhang Stefan Craciun Grace Zhu Cai Wenyi Ajdin Kavara Ramya Krishnan Rachel Brody Bo Peng Quihi, Becky Lahti Bo Peng Jing Nie Anna Merkle Teng Xue Anne Juggernauth Dan Hekman

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