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Final Exam for Organic I June 18, 2009 100 pts  Name                                                                                                               1) Explain in a simple phrase what is meant in a chemical sense by the following arrows. (-1 pt  for each incorrect) a) b) c) d) e) Organic Chemistry I  Summer 2009  Final Exam  1
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2) Name the classes of compound that the following molecules belong to (E.g. alkane, amide,  etc). (-1 pt for each incorrect) R O R R C O O R C H O R C R O R C O O R C Cl O R H R O H R C C R R NH 2 Organic Chemistry I  Summer 2009  Final Exam  2
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3) Classify each of the following reactions as either an Elimination, Addition or Substitution.  (  -1 pt for each incorrect) I OCH 3 H H 3 C H H Br Br H H 3 C a) b) 4) Indicate for each reaction if the process is an  oxidation reduction  or  neither.  (-1 pt for each  incorrect) H 3 C CH 3 O O H 3 C CH 3 a. b. 5) (5 pts)(i) Write the other resonance form for the following species. (ii) Indicate which is major and minor contributor (or if they are the same energy). (iii)Use curly arrows to show the movement of electrons which converts one into the other. Organic Chemistry I  Summer 2009  Final Exam  3
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