org 2 exam 1 spring 2009

org 2 exam 1 spring 2009 - Exam#1 CHEM 2344 B Spring 2009...

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Exam #1 CHEM 2344 B Spring, 2009 NAME: KEY General exam rules and instructions: 1. All books, papers, cell phones, pagers, calculators and all other materials (with the exception of a pen, pencil and eraser) are to be in a bag and placed AWAY from the exam area (for example: in front of the room). 2. All electronics MUST be turned off, any cell phone or pager that is heard during the exam will result in all students losing 2 bonus points for this exam. 3. Once you enter the exam room you may only leave if you have completed the exam (this means that you cannot leave and re-enter the exam room). 4. READ ALL QUESTIONS completely and carefully. GOOD LUCK! 1. Name each of the following organic molecules, using the IUPAC naming system is preferred but not mandatory. (10 points) 1a. 1b. O S 1c. 1d. O O O OCH 3 2. Draw the following molecules, you are expected to use dashes and wedges when needed to indicate the 3-dimesional nature of the molecules. (8 points) 2a. trans-3,4-epoxy-5-methoxy-5-methyloctane 2b. allylic cyclopentyl ether 2c. 2-bromo-2,3-dipropyloxirane 2d. pyran
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3. For the four reactions outlined below draw out the reaction mechanism using arrow formalism to describe how the reaction below occurs. Be sure to draw out all reaction
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2011 for the course CHEM 2344 taught by Professor Slack,wu during the Spring '11 term at University of Houston.

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org 2 exam 1 spring 2009 - Exam#1 CHEM 2344 B Spring 2009...

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