Tutorial 2 - in organic chemistry. Draw the structures of...

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CHEMISTRY 1AA3 2010 TUTORIAL PROBLEM SET 2 ________________________________________________________________________ Chemistry 1AA3 – Tutorial 2 1 1. Label the equatorial (He) and axial (Ha) H-atoms in the chair form of cyclohexane. 2. (a) The formula C 4 H 8 Cl 2 represents a substituted form of what class of molecule (circle all that apply): (i) alkane (ii) alkene (iii) alkyne (iv) cycloalkene (v) cycloalkane (b) Draw and name all of the structural isomers for the formula C 4 H 8 Cl 2 . (Hint: There are more than 6.) 3. Identify the following pairs of molecules as one of the following: the same molecule, structural isomers, geometrical isomers, or completely different molecules.
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CHEMISTRY 1AA3 2010 TUTORIAL PROBLEM SET 2 ________________________________________________________________________ Chemistry 1AA3 – Tutorial 2 2 4. Alkyllithium salts (RLi) are strong bases that are used in a wide range of reactions
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Unformatted text preview: in organic chemistry. Draw the structures of n-butyllithium, s-butyllithium and t-butyllithium. 5. Show the product that would result when phenol is combined with n-butyllithium in an inert solvent. What type of reaction is occurring? 6. Styrene is the monomer used to prepare the polymer polystyrene which is used in a wide range of materials. Another name for styrene is vinylbenzene. Draw the structure of styrene. Also show the possible structures of divinylbenzene. 7. Stinker. Draw the chair conformations of cis-1-( t-butyl)-2- methylcyclohexane and indicate which of the two forms is more stable. 8. Old exam question. Which of the following compounds could undergo a change of configuration about the double bond to form geometric isomers? (A) ii, iii, vi (B) ii, v (C) i, iv, v (D) iii, v (E) i, vi...
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