Quiz 2 W'10

Quiz 2 W'10 - c create a unique isomer for each of the...

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CHEM 312 Winter 2010 Quiz 2: Furlough Day Quiz First, the reading assignment: Read chapters 1-4, 6, 7, and 8 to page 82 (stop right before “Reactions,” and you can ignore the short section on reactions in the alkane chapters also). Do the imbedded text problems (there are only a few, but they’re nice practice.) You should also do the posted Problem Set 1. Now the quiz. Please answer the following neatly on a separate piece of paper. You may work in groups of up to six participants and turn in one paper for the group. 1. Name the following molecules: OH O OH 2. For the molecular formula C 7 H 13 NO: a. determine the units of unsaturation b. determine the various combinations of rings, double bonds, and triple bonds that can satisfy those units of unsaturation.
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Unformatted text preview: c. create a unique isomer for each of the combinations in (b), making them as different from each other as you can (use a wide variety of functional groups). d. Draw a circle around the isomer in (c) with the highest boiling point, and a square around the one with the lowest boiling point. Justify your assignments. 3. Page 57 of your text talks about degrees of substitution on carbon; this terminology is extended to all sorts of molecules in organic chemistry. Using the designations 1˚, 2˚, 3˚, and 4˚, assign the degree of substitution to the following: a. Alcohol series: OH OH OH b. Amine series: NH 2 H N N N Enjoy the furlough day...
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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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