Quiz 2 - Totalscore: 110/120=91.6667%...

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Total score: 110/120 = 91.6667% Total score adjusted by 0.0  Maximum possible score: 120  1. Based on the synthesis chart provided in the Organic course notes, what is the smallest number of synthetic steps needed  to convert a ketone to an alkane?  Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  2 2.  3 100%  3.  5 4.  4 5.  1 General Feedback: Ketone to secondary alcohol to alkene to alkane. Score: 10/10  Comments: 2. In the following reaction, which atom  is the electrophilic site? Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  O
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Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 2.  Cl 3.  H 4.  C 100%  Score: 10/10  Comments: 3. Which of the following statements is true?  Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  Electrophiles are  electron donating. 2.  Nucleophiles are  electron loving. 3.  All nucleophiles are  negatively charged. 4.  Curly arrows  represent formation  of a new bond or  formation of a lone  pair of electrons. 100%  General Feedback: Nucleophiles are nucleus loving. Electrophiles are electron accepting. Some nucleophiles, such as  MeOH, are neutral.
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Score: 10/10  Comments: 4. The rate of the following nucleophilic substitution reaction would depend on: Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  [H] 2.  [A] and [B] 100%  3.  [B] 4.  [G] 5.  [A] General Feedback: The electrophile is a primary haloalkane, so the reaction is S N 2. Both reactants are involved in the 
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2011 for the course CHEM 1AA3 taught by Professor H during the Spring '08 term at McMaster University.

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Quiz 2 - Totalscore: 110/120=91.6667%...

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