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2009 Final - Name Please write your name on all pages Ch...

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Name ________________________________ March 13, 2009 Please write your name on all pages Ch 41b Final Exam Instructions: You have 2 hours to complete the exam. The exam is closed book and closed notes . There is no collaboration allowed. Calculators are permitted. Please return the completed exam to 351 Crellin on Tuesday, March 17 by 1:00 PM. Problem 1 ( 2 points) ________________ Problem 2 ( 4 points) ________________ Problem 3 ( 4 points) ________________ Problem 4 ( 2 points) ________________ Problem 5 ( 4 points) ________________ Problem 6 ( 4 points) ________________ Problem 7 ( 4 points) ________________ Problem 8 ( 6 points) ________________ Problem 9 ( 6 points) ________________ Problem 10 ( 6 points) ________________ Problem 11 (6 points) ________________ Problem 12 ( 6 points) ________________ Problem 13 ( 6 points) ________________ TOTAL (60 points) ________________ Good luck!
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Name ________________________________ 2 1. Rank the molecules below in order of decreasing pK a (increasing acidity) of the indicated H: ( 2 points ) H 3 C H H H H A B C D > > > least acidic most acidic pK a 2. Circle the compounds that are aromatic: ( 4 points ) O O N N N H N A B C D
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Name ________________________________ 3 3. Provide the structures of the products of each of the following reactions. Show stereochemistry where appropriate: ( 4 points ) ?
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