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Quiz 3A Key - 2pb 54 Use a full-headed or half-headed...

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rA) Classify the transformation as (O)xidation, (R)eduction, or Q'feither' Letter in ooH o ll + " C3H5or" \ o ll ---> \,-\ " c.6 Hsor" Hq oH .X- QHqo," OH -\- "C.1H* O" ^l o.. >)-.. : oH \n / o. HH ,/ the box. tr -?,1,:? aYA'-.--->a+" ^il-:r Vr.c?H o0.,, VC ?F{,,Or,, j$P.];,tl ;?"* =Dn ,rr&..F 3pb :>i [i o .ot't -.LL caH,r d 3 l -c1Huf2) -H *o- atrlc^*rat^, 2A) Convertthe 2-D structure into its MOST STABLE chair conformation. Use the (') as reference. Make sure the bond angles on the chair conformation CLEARLY indicate what you are drawing. 4ek 34) In the boxes, write the letter'M' for compound(s) that is/are MESO; the letter'C'for compound(s) that is/are CHIRAL. OH "( NHz eclrfscd 3t'' 44) Label the stereogenic centers indicated with an arrow
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Unformatted text preview: 2pb 54) Use a full-headed or half-headed curved anow(s) to show the movement of electrons. Arrows must be CLEARLY drawn, i.e. unambiguously! z.---_--(o,--+4+ HzN-0H\ ,Y$'-OH tr H,C ,9 \ ,JaYVul-tU _l: "*.D Lsl ozron & H H_OH 2pl 64) Draw the 2 products of the reaction indicated by the curved arrows. Maintain balanced formal charge and electron pairs on each side of the reaction. lpt- {"'O _o fg\ 3 P+3 ;NHS tP+ Product 1 Product 2 7A) Given the values below, draw a single zurow between A and B to indicate if the starting material (A) or product (B) is formed. A B B A K"o = 0.9 AH = -8.0 kJ/mol K.6a I oLl" 4 O a-,4s'fhrnalr c o-* o-8...
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