Quiz 2 Answer key S2010

Quiz 2 Answer key S2010 - is no partial credit. Predict the...

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Chem 41c Quiz 2 Stoltz, Spring 2010 April 16, 2010 DUE: April 19, 2010 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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Unformatted text preview: is no partial credit. Predict the products (if any) of the following reactions. Assume a standard H 3 O + /H 2 O work-up for each.: (5 points each) 1. O H OH NaBH 4 EtOH 2. O H OMe OMe MeO THF, 23 C OH CH 3 MgBr 2. Rank the following in terms of relative reactivity with EtMgBr. O H H O MeO O OMe O OMe A B C D Most Reactive Least Reactive A C D B Bonus (5 points) Which transition state cartoon is more reasonable for the reaction step shown, A or B. (5 points) O H OH O H OH O H O H OH OH A B ANSWER: A...
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