Homework #16 - Bocknack CH 310M Spring 2010 Graded HW#16...

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Bocknack CH 310M Spring 2010 Graded HW#16 Assignment Handout Submission Deadline : 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, 4/13/10 Your answers to these multiple choice questions must be submitted online, using Blackboard! Please use the “Graded HW#16 Submission Form,” which you will find inside the Graded Homework Assignment #16 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. Each question is worth 4 points. Please pick from the menu of choices below to answer Questions 1 and 2. The symbol D stands for deuterium, which is the “heavy” isotope of hydrogen (a deuterium nucleus contains 1 proton and 1 neutron). Introduction of deuterium into an organic molecule does not change its reactivity, but it does allow stereoselectivity to be monitored more conveniently. All of the molecules shown in the menu are drawn in a manner that shows stereochemistry clearly and unambiguously. Although only one enantiomer is shown in each case, you should assume that the other enantiomer forms to the same extent (i.e. products are formed as racemic mixtures). A. H D CH 3 OH (racemic) B. H
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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 #16 - Bocknack CH 310M Spring 2010 Graded HW#16...

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