CH310M-POW-1_KEY - POW-1 Williams 310/318M Due Date, NOON...

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POW-1 Williams 310/318M Due Date, NOON Tues, 9/7/10 Name (print): ___________________________________________________________ Signature: ______________________________________________________________ Please write the first three letters of your last name in the boxes
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POW-1 Williams 310/318M Due Date, NOON Tues, 9/7/10 1. Lidocaine (pictured below) was introduced to the commercial market in 1948, and quickly became one of the most widely used local anesthetics. Describe each highlighted bond (a – e) in terms of the overlap of atomic orbitals. (If there is a double bond, then identify the orbitals that form both the sigma and pi bonds). (1 pt) a.) sp2-sp3 d.) sp2-sp2, 2p-2p b.) sp2-sp2, 2p-2p e.) sp3=-sp3 c.) sp2-sp2 3 CH 3 CH 3 CH 3 Lidocaine b. d.
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POW-1 Williams 310/318M Due Date, NOON Tues, 9/7/10 2. Shown below is benzyl anion, a relatively stable anion due to resonance delocalization. Draw the other significant resonance structures. Be sure to indicate the flow of electrons through the use of curved arrows (push the electrons!) and don’t forget the charge. (3 pt) 3. Draw the structural formula for the following compounds based on their IUPAC name. (2 pt)
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course CH 310M taught by Professor Iverson during the Fall '05 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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CH310M-POW-1_KEY - POW-1 Williams 310/318M Due Date, NOON...

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