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Fall99 Organic I Final Exam 200pts (graded as 300pts) N a m e If you do not want your graded exam placed in the box outside my office, then please tick here 1) Explain in a simple sentence what is meant in a chemical sense by the following arrows. (7.5 pts) (c) (d) (b) (a) (e) Fall99-org1final Page 1
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2) Name the classes of compound that the following molecules belong to (E.g. alkane, amide, etc). (13.5pts) RO -H -R O R R O H R O O-H R O O-R R R O-O-R O O-O-H R RS - H Fall99-org1final Page 2
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3) Classify each of the following reactions as an Elimination, Addition or Substitution. (5pts) (c) (d) (b) (a) (e) H H 3 C Br H H H 3 C I H 3 C H Br Br H CH 3 CH 3 H 3 C H 3 C H Br Br H CH 3 HC H 3 H H 3 C CCC F 3 F 3 C O F 3 C F 3 C O 4) Draw Lewis structures (sticks for bonds, and dots for lone pairs) for the below two molecules. (8.5pts) CH CO H CO H 3 2 3 3 Fall99-org1final Page 3
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5) For the previous two molecules, label the hybridization of all the carbons and oxygens . (5pts) 6) Explain why phenol is a much stronger acid than cyclohexanol. (10pts) OH OH pK a =18 pK a =10 Fall99-org1final Page 4
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This note was uploaded on 08/16/2011 for the course CHEM 307 taught by Professor Several during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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fall99org1final - Fall99 Organic I Final Exam 200pts...

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