ps#3 (1) - Look at the given compounds. Use the letter...

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118C Spring 2011 Problem Set 3 Question 1 of 3 6.0 Points Look at the given reaction. Fill in the blanks using the compound letters or vocabulary words as appropriate (spelling counts!). The major product of this reaction series is compound . If we skipped steps 3, 4, and 5 the major product would be compound The name of the starting material is and it functions as a masked equivalent.
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Question 2 of 3 Using the letter codes for the given steps in order synthesize the target molecule from the given starting material. Some reagents may be used more than once, some may not be used. Please only put one letter per blank. (spelling counts!) First , then followed by , then followed by , and finally . Steps 2-5 are also known as the synthesis. Step 6 causes the loss of what specific compound? Question 3 of 3
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Unformatted text preview: Look at the given compounds. Use the letter codes to indicate the required compounds. One letter per blank. Some letters may be used more than once. Which of the given monosaccarides are L sugars? Compounds , , , and . Which of the given monosaccarides are ketoses? Compounds , , , and . Which of the given carbohydrates are non-reducing? Compounds , , , and . Which of the given monosaccarides is a furanose? Compounds , , , and . Which of the given monosaccarides is a beta-anomer? Compounds , , , , and . Which of the given carbohydrates is a disaccaride? Compounds , , and . Which of the given compounds is an alditol: compound an aldonic acid: compound an aldaric acid: compound glyceraldehyde: compound glucose: compound fructose: compound ribose: compound sucrose: compound...
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2011 for the course CHEM 118C taught by Professor Xichen during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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