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Unformatted text preview: Final Exam F Name (PRINT) Last, First A Chemistry 3332 Signature _____ w m Apri? 30, 2003 83# Please circle the name of your professor and class time where appropriate. Note: Present your student ID when you return the exam booklet A. Nomenclature:( 4 points each, to’ra! = 12 points) Please provide an acceptable name for each of the ionowing compounds. 0 ll VNV " "H 3. Reactions: {'40 points. 8 :35. cash) Please provide the reagents. or major organic product(s) in {he 3115th boxes. Partial credit is awarded only whsn intennedi ate products are shown below the: reaction. 1) NaOEuEtOH 2) NB:- 3) H3O‘718090 |__-_ Br 1} NH3 (Iarge excess) Han—iv 2) cit-13: (excess) CH3 1) HNOS, H2804 2) Fe, HCI 3} NaOE—l 4} NaNOEJ HC] 5) CuCN ‘ a) LiAll—I4 I. 7) H20 i C. Mechanism: 1? points Provide a .mason able mechanism for Ihe reaction below. Use curved arrows to indicate "electron flow." Show 31! intermediates and formal charges. If there is more than one resonance contributor, you must cs, show the "best" (La. {owesf energy) structure. 1. CHSCHZO‘ NaWCHSCHEOI-M-IEAT o o 0 n n H We 2. CHs-C—CHQ-C-H in CHacHEO' “3’76 chl-EEOH (“+£43.13 O H A . 3 Hat-1+ H D 9- Synthesis (17 points} Synthesize the campmmd beiow using any of the. foilowing reagents: alkaues. alkenes, alkynes or alcohols of two carbons 0:16:33, benzene, 3113' oxidizing or reducing agents, and any inorganic reagents- E. Spectroscopy: 10 Points A compound with the formula CQH ] 3N Exhibit}: the IR, 1H NMR, and proton—deooupiod 13C NMR shown on the foliou-‘ing page. Please identify this compound and draw the structure in the box provided below. 3 TRMESHII THREE caPiHM—i in. Mum-n an plains Wham :mwim L992 533-3 3H 3H LIH PM m 2H ‘1“ J W r1-r't_-r; I z—r‘T'J—ru . 1 i‘T'FF—‘l E Mam-1mm 4 3 1 PR! -‘ W I L-._t I—.-—' I--I . 113:; 31.5 353 3.? 3135.” im I 1 es ...
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