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Unformatted text preview: NAME . a . ' ‘ lD . ~- _ Chem 308,‘Summer2009
‘ . . ‘ Quizz Section V1 1. (3 pts.) Draw thestnmture ofvthe endo product of the Diets-Alder reaction shown below. Be sure to indicate
stereochemistry clearly. - ‘ CH0” ‘ ' p ' .
Q + E f ‘ 7
' 01-10 I I V, 2. (3 pts.) Draw the structure of the two major organic compounds expected ln the reaction shown. CIRCLE the
product that would be favoredat-LOWER temperatures. /‘ . '- HBr' '
3. (2 pts.) Give the lUPAC name of the compound shown below. W ‘ 1 lUPAC, name: g 4.‘ (2 pts.) Drawthe structure of the oompoundwith the name given below. ‘ 4-br0mo-3-chlorotoluene - 5. (2 pts.) How many bonding."non»bondlng and entibonding a molecular orbitals does benzene have?
Number of bonding a: orbitals =
Number of non-bonding 7: orbitals = Number of antibondingn orbitals = NAME ID Chem 308, Summer 2009 Quiz 2 Section V2 1. (3 pts.) Draw the structures of the two organic compounds needed to produce the product-shown in a Dials—Alder
reaction. Be sure to indicate sterecchemistry clearly. ’ CH3 'n'n‘n 7" Olllll- H3 2. (3 pts.) Draw a p-orbital representation (use shading or +I—- to indicate orbital phase) of the Frontler orbital (the
HOMO) in the reaction shown. The bonding orbital of an allyl system is shown as an example of the style you should use.‘
photolysis [j ANSWER: N 3. (2 pts.) GiVe the lUPAC name of the compound shown below. OH
Cl lUPAC name:
4. (2 pts.) Draw the structure of the compound with the name given below. 2, 4-dibrornobenzaldehyde 5. (2 pts.) Circle the compound that would absorb UVLVlS light atthe' longest wavelength: /\\\\/\\\ ...
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- Summer '09