Chem 308C_Summer 2011_Quiz 3 Key

Chem 308C_Summer 2011_Quiz 3 Key - Chem 308, Summer 201 1...

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Unformatted text preview: Chem 308, Summer 201 1 NAME .' \/ ID - Quiz 3 Section C1 1. (3 pts.) Give the reagents and conditions needed for the synthetic transformation below. More than one reaction is required. Number the reaction conditions separately, as usual. v ‘ N02 N02 ? \y &1)E‘2¢ H300 2. (2 pts.) Give the IUPAC name of the compound drawn below. 0 O H 0%an O‘X Q QQ‘P‘TdeV 3. (2 pts.) Write a detailed mechanism for the reaction below. Use curved arrows to describe all electron movements, and indicate all formal charges clearly. » Cl Q3" . NaOH, H20, 350 °c ——————————-———-————-—-—> (sealed tube) Chem 308, Summer 201 1 Quiz 3 Section CZ NAME ' ID 1. (3 pts.) Give the reagents and conditions needed for the synthetic transformation below. More than one reaction is required. Number the reaction conditions separately, as usual. COzH 7 \, (Sledge. ~ Cl 2. (2 pts.) Give the lUPAC name of the compound drawn below. :. “QWMfl—Qrfi‘ng 3. (2 pts.) Write a detailed mechanism for the reaction below. Use curved arrows to describe all electron movements, and indicate all formal charges clearly. You do [191 need to draw multiple resonance forms for the - intermediate(s). 0 OH 9.. Cl r! OH if (E? ‘ NaOH, H20 ———--————-——-—-——-——> No2 ' ...
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Chem 308C_Summer 2011_Quiz 3 Key - Chem 308, Summer 201 1...

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