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1 Your exam may be picked up from Chris Lundby (226 Smith Hall) on December 18 and 19 or after January 5 from 8:30-11:30 and 1:30-3:30. Last First Name Name Question 1. (please print) 2. I.D. number 3. Organic Chemistry 2301 Final Exam, December 13, 2008 4. Professor Gary R. Gray 5. 6. Please answer all questions in the space provided. You may not use molecular models, notes , or electronic devices. 7. Total 1. ( 16 Points, 4 each ) Give the systematic names (IUPAC Rules) of the following compounds. Assign the configuration of double bonds using the E,Z -convention and the chirality at any chiral centers using the R,S - convention. You must show your work, i.e. correctly assign the priorities of the groups at each double bond or chiral center. a. CH 3 CH 3 F b.
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2 Question 1, continued c. H C C C C H C H H H 3 C H d. OH 2. ( 20 points, 5 each ) For each of the following pairs of compounds, indicate whether they are enantiomers , diastereomers , or the same compound.
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