exam_1_solutions - KEY Massachusetts Institute of...

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Organic Chemistry 5.13 Friday, September 29, 2006 Prof. Timothy F. Jamison Hour Exam #1 Name _____________________________________________________ (Please both print and sign your name) Official Recitation Instructor __________________________________ Directions: Closed book exam, no books, notebooks, notes, etc. allowed. However, calculators, rulers, and molecular model sets are permitted. Please read through the entire exam before beginning, in order to make sure that you have all the pages and in order to gauge the relative difficulty of each question. Budget your time accordingly. Show all your work if you wish to receive partial credit. You should have 14 pages total: 8 exam pages including this page, 4 pages of reference information, and 2 blank pages for scratchwork. Question: Grader: 1. _________/ 10 points _________ 2. _________/ 25 points _________ 3. _________/ 25 points _________ 4. _________/ 25 points _________ 5. _________/ 15 points _________ Total: __________/ 100 points _________ 1 KEY
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1. (10 points total, 2 points each) For each set of compounds below, circle the one in which the indicated hydrogen is the furthest upfield in a 1 H NMR spectrum. 2
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