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Chem 41b Quiz 5 Grubbs/Stoltz, Winter 2011 February 18, 2011 DUE: February 23, 2011 at 9 am You have 30 min to take this quiz. It is closed note, closed book, and no collaboration is allowed. Please do not discuss the quiz with anyone until you receive it back graded. Place a box around your answers. There is no partial credit. Name______________________________________
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Chem 41b Quiz 5 Grubbs/Stoltz, Winter 2011 February 18, 2011 DUE: February 23, 2011 at 9 am You have 30 min to take this quiz. It is closed note, closed book, and no collaboration is allowed. Please do not discuss the quiz with anyone until you receive it back graded. Place a box around your answers. There
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Unformatted text preview: is no partial credit. 1. Circle the compound in each pair that would have the greater relative rate in a solvolysis reaction. ( 10 points) A. Fe Cl Cl left B . HO OH right 2. Predict the product of each reaction (10 points) A. HO OH MnO 2 CH 2 Cl 2 O OH B . O N Br O O (PhCO 2 ) 2 CCl 4 , 77 °C O Br What is the name, or acronym used for the reagent in part 2B? (2 point bonus) NBS Bonus (5 points-TA’s will give partial credit) Using any organic compounds from questions 1 and 2 and any additional reagents that you may need, provide a synthesis of the following compound: O O O O Cl O AlCl 3 O Br Br NBS H 2 O O OH OH PCC or MnO 2 O O O...
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