Exam 1 W'09

Exam 1 W'09 - CHEM 312 Exam 1 NAME Rules: You may use a...

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CHEM 312 Exam 1 NAME Rules: You may use a pencil, eraser, the accompanying scratch paper and periodic table, and a 3x5 card of notes. No other aids are allowed. Please turn off and put away cell phones. Keep your eyes on your own work. If I see straying glances, I will move you to another location. If you have questions, please raise your hand or come quietly to the front of the room. If you finish early, please leave quietly. Stay calm and see this as an opportunity to show what you’ve learned. You can do this! Page Score 1 /54 2 /22 3 /14 4 /19 5 /27 6 /14 TOTAL /150 Lab Quiz /10
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(12 points) Classify the following as: a. Organic, from fossil fuels b. Organic, not from fossil fuels c. Inorganic i. Silk ii. Artificial color iii. Saran wrap iv. Leather v. Granite vi. Styrofoam 2. (12 points) Provide IUPAC names for the following: Cl O OH 3. (12 points) Give the structures for the following names: a. o-xylene b. 5-hydroxy-2,6,6-trimethyloct-2-en-4-one 4. (6 points) Draw the cis and trans isomers of pent-3-ene (and label them!) 5. (12 points) Identify the functional group present in each of the following molecules. Give the bond angle and shape for the carbon(s) of each functional group. Ignore the alkane component, since most molecules contain alkane regions. O
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2011 for the course CHEM 312 taught by Professor Bailey during the Spring '03 term at Cal Poly.

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Exam 1 W'09 - CHEM 312 Exam 1 NAME Rules: You may use a...

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