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MidtermA-2008 - Stoltz Ch 41c Midterm 1 Chem 41c Midterm...

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Stoltz Ch 41c Midterm 1 Chem 41c Midterm Exam Stoltz, Spring 2008, May 2, 2008 The exam begins when you turn to page 2. You have 55 minutes to complete the exam. This is a closed note and closed book exam with no collaboration. You may use the periodic table at the front of the room or the one on the last page of this packet. You may not use any other materials. The exam has a total of 130 points. You're grade will be calculated based on 120 points (i.e., you have 10 bonus points built-in). (Also, remember that your midterm counts 60 points toward your final grade, e.g., 5 quiz points = 10 points here). Good luck. There are 10 pages in this exam packet. Name: _________________________________________
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Stoltz Ch 41c Midterm 2
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Stoltz Ch 41c Midterm 3 1. Predict the major non-volatile products (if any) of the following reactions or sequences. (5 points each) a. O O H O O O OH 1. LiAlH 4 , ether 2. H 3 O + b. O OOH O O O EtOAc c. H O N 2 H 2 , KOH O O O O d. I SnBu 3 + DMF, 23°C Pd(Ph 3 ) 4 e. O O Br O Cl N H N N Et 3 N, CH 2 Cl 2 , 0 °C O O Br O N
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Stoltz Ch 41c Midterm 4 f.
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2012 for the course CH 41c taught by Professor List during the Fall '10 term at Caltech.

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MidtermA-2008 - Stoltz Ch 41c Midterm 1 Chem 41c Midterm...

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