Quiz 3 - Totalscore: 90/100=90% Totalscoreadjustedby0.0

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Total score: 90/100 = 90% Total score adjusted by 0.0  Maximum possible score: 100  1. Which would not  be a control experiment in a high-throughput screening assay for HVA-like activity?  Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  neural cells alone 2.  neural cells +  dopamine + an  HVA analogue 100%  3.  dopamine + HVA 4.  neural cells +  dopamine 5.  dopamine alone General Feedback: The wells containing the HVA analogues are the experiments, not the controls. Score: 10/10  Comments: 2. Which of the following compounds is not  aromatic?
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Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  4 2.  3 3.  1 4.  2 100%  General Feedback: Compound 2 has the 6 pi-electrons, but the alternation of single and double bonds is broken. Score: 10/10  Comments: 3. Of the bonds indicated, which is the shortest? Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  iv 2.  iii 3.  i 100%  4.  ii General Feedback: The ring is aromatic, so bonds iii and iv are equivalent and longer than an alkene double bond.
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Score: 10/10  Comments: 4. How many compounds would there be in a combinatorial library of ester compounds made from every isomer of  monofluorobenzoic acid and every possible alkyl alcohol with 4 or less carbon atoms?  Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback
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Quiz 3 - Totalscore: 90/100=90% Totalscoreadjustedby0.0

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