Final 2007 - Section 001 = Usselman Section 002 = Lee The...

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Section 001 = Usselman Section 002 = Lee The exam code is found on the first page of the exam Chemistry 213a Final Exam Tuesday, December 11, 2007 Duration: 3.00 hours This exam contains 50 questions of equal weight, and there is no penalty for incorrect answers. Be sure you have a complete exam paper. Scrap paper, spectral data, and a periodic table are attached, and they may be detached for use. Place your student ID card on your desk. Enter in PENCIL your student number, the section code listed above, and your exam code on the top of the Scantron sheet. Print and sign your official name. Calculators and electronic devices (cell phones, PDAs, iPods, Blackberries, etc.) may not be used during the exam, even for timekeeping purposes. They must be stored, in the powered-off state, in your bag at the front of the room. If your phone rings during the exam, we reserve the right to search for it and turn it off. Use of a molecular model set is permitted. However, the sharing of models or model pieces is strictly forbidden. Place the model set on your desk and open the box. Carefully transfer your answers to the Scantron sheet by filling in the appropriate bubbles with pencil. The answers on your Scantron sheet are considered to be your official answers, so please ensure that you have transferred them accurately. You are welcome to keep the exam booklet and any scrap sheets. The exam is to be done individually. Proctors and instructors will not interpret, translate, clarify, or explain exam questions, nor will they confirm, verify, or assist you with your answers or your thinking. There is no time allotted for filling in the Scantron. After exactly three hours, everyone must put their pencils down and close their booklets. The Scantron will be collected, whether completed or not. If you do not leave before the last 15 minutes, you must stay in your seat until you are dismissed. NO TALKING IS ALLOWED AT ANY TIME.
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Chemistry 213a Final Exam, Fall 2007 Code 111 Page 1 Please ensure that you have entered code 111 on your answer sheet. Questions 1 and 2 refer to the compound on the right, simvastatin , a drug used for the treatment of high cholesterol. 1. What is NOT correct about simvastatin ? A) It contains a conjugated diene B) It contains a primary alcohol C) It contains an ester and a lactone D) It contains a secondary alcohol E) It contains a quaternary carbon atom 2. Simvastatin contains how many non-bonding electron pairs, and how many sp 2 -hybridized carbon atoms? Non-bonding pairs sp 2 carbon atoms A) 10 6 B) 10 4 C) 6 6 D) 6 2 E) 8 4 O HO O O H O
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Chemistry 213a Final Exam, Fall 2007 Code 111 Page 2 3. Which one of the following is the most stable? A) O B) H 2 CC H C) O O D) NH 2 E) OH 4. What is a proper IUPAC name for the following compound? Cl A) 4,4-dimethyl-5- tert -butyl-8-chlorononane B) 5- tert -butyl-2-chloro-6,6-dimethylnonane C) 5- sec -butyl-8-chloro-4,4-dimethylnonane D) 8-chloro-5-isopropyl-4,4-dimethylnonane E) 5- sec -butyl-2-chloro-6,6-dimethylnonane 5. How many constitutional isomers exist for C 4 H 9 Br?
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