Homework #9 - Bocknack CH 310M Spring 2010 Graded HW#09...

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Bocknack CH 310M Spring 2010 Graded HW#09 Assignment Handout Submission Deadline : 11:00 p.m., Sunday, 3/7/10 Your answers to these multiple choice questions must be submitted online, using Blackboard! Please use the “Graded HW#09 Submission Form,” which you will find inside the Graded Homework Assignment #09 folder. Previously submitted answers can be changed at any time up until the submission deadline! All answers must be submitted online before the submission deadline – LATE SUBMISSION OF HOMEWORK IS NOT POSSIBLE, FOR ANY REASON!!! This assignment is worth a total of 40 raw points. Questions 1 through 9 refer to the molecule lovastatin, which is a drug that is prescribed for patients who need to lower their cholesterol. The line-angle structure of lovastatin shown below is drawn in a manner which shows the absolute stereochemistry of the molecule clearly and unambiguously. This molecule contains several chiral centers – the four that you will need to look at to answer the questions in this assignment are labeled with the Roman numerals I through IV . 1. (4 points) Look at the entire structure of lovastatin. What is the total number of chiral centers present in this molecule? A. 4 F. 9 B. 5 G. 10 C. 6 H. 11 D. 7 I. 12 E. 8
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course CH 310 M taught by Professor Iverson during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Homework #9 - Bocknack CH 310M Spring 2010 Graded HW#09...

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