2003Exam1 - S341 EXAM I FALL 2003 100 points. NAME _ READ...

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S341 EXAM I FALL 2003 100 points. NAME _____________________________ READ the directions to each question carefully. Place your answer to each question in the box or on the space provided. Please put all of your work on the exam. Only one answer per question. More than one answer will be marked as no answer. Baseball hats are not allowed. (Turn it around if you must wear it.) Molecular models are permitted. No calculators or written materials of any kind. (Including instructions for the molecular models.) If you have a question, ask it. Ambiguities will not be recognized after the exam.
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1) The heat of combustion of cis-1,2-dimethylcyclopropane is larger than that of the trans isomer. Which isomer is more stable? _____________________________________ Provide a brief explanation for this difference in stability, using Newman projections to illustrate your argument. Explanation: Newman projection of cis-isomer Newman projection of trans-isomer 10 pts
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2) Draw the following molecule in a chair conformation and then draw the chair flip. Where indicated, rotate each structure 180
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This note was uploaded on 07/02/2011 for the course CHEM S341 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Indiana.

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2003Exam1 - S341 EXAM I FALL 2003 100 points. NAME _ READ...

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