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Assignment 10
Question 10.20.1
In addition to more highly chlorinated products, chlorination of butane yields a mixture of
compounds with the formula C
4
H
9
Cl.
Taking stereochemistry into account, how many differenet isomers with the formula C
4
H
9
Cl
would you expect to produce?
Number of isomers =
If the mixture of C
4
H
9
Cl isomers were subjected to fractional distillation or gas chromatography,
how many fractions would you expect to obtain?
Number of fractions =
How many fractions would be optically inactive?
Number of optically inactive fractions =
How many fractions would you be able to resolve into enantiomers?
Number of fractions which could be resolved =
Question 10.25.3
Using the reagents below, list in order (by letter, no period) those necessary to prepare
cyclopentene from cyclopentane.
Note: Not all spaces provided may be needed. Type "na" in any space where you have no reagent.
A. I
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 Spring '09
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 Analytical Chemistry, Isomers

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