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su99org1e2 - Exam 2. Chapters 5-8 100points Name Answer all...

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Exam 2. Chapters 5-8 100points N a m e Answer all the questions. 1) Asterix and assign (R) or (S) to all the chiral centers in the following molecules. H HO CH 3 Cl CH 2 Br Br H Br H CH 2 Br NH 2 H 3 C O (a) (b) (c) 2) Also indicate whether each molecule is chiral or achiral. If one of the above molecules is achiral explain in a single sentence why it is achiral. (a) (b) (c) - 1 -
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3) True or False? A molecule can be chiral even though it does not contain any chiral atoms. 4) Label the compounds below as either cis or trans, and explain why the two isomers cannot interconvert at room temperature. H 3 C HC H 3 HH 3 C CH 3 5) Name this compound in IUPAC form. Br - 2 -
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6) Draw cis -1,2-dichloro-1-methylcyclohexane. 7) the quickest in a polar solvent, and write a sentence to explain your answer/guess. For each pair of molecules, circle the one which will ionize (solvolyze) Cl Cl (a) (b) Cl I (c) Br CH 2 Br (d) Br CH 2 Br (e) Cl Cl - 3 -
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8) 1-Bromomethylcyclohexane undergoes both elimination and substitution reactions when heated in ethanol, which generates three products.
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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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su99org1e2 - Exam 2. Chapters 5-8 100points Name Answer all...

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