310MHWSet3Fl11Ans - provided to the right of each molecule,...

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Homework Problem Set 3 Iverson CH310M/318M Due Friday, Sept. 23 Chemistry 310M Dr. Brent Iverson Problem Set 3 Sept. 16, 2011 NAME (Print): _____________________________ SIGNATURE: _____________________________ Please print the first three letters of your last name in the three boxes
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Homework Problem Set 3 Iverson CH310M/318M Due Friday, Sept. 23 Score: _________
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Homework Problem Set 3 Iverson CH310M/318M Due Friday, Sept. 23 1 (2 pts each). Circle the molecules that are chiral. For each one that is, determine the configuration of the chiral center and write "R" or "S" next to the chiral center. H H O H O H 3 C H Cl H OH H H Cl HO R S R S S R Cl HO 2 (2 pts each). For each molecule, label the chiral centers as "R" or "S". Then, in the space provided to the right of each molecule, draw its enantiomer. S R HO H CH 3 enantiomer enantiomer HO H 3 C H S O OH H Cl OH H Cl R
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Homework Problem Set 3 Iverson CH310M/318M Due Friday, Sept. 23 2 (cont.) (2 or 3 pts each). For each molecule, label the chiral centers as "R" or "S". Then, in the space
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Unformatted text preview: provided to the right of each molecule, draw its enantiomer. H Cl O enantiomer S HO NH 3 O H H Cl O S enantiomer SH HO NH 3 O H HS HO OH H H O R S R R enantiomer HO H HO H O S R H H Cl R R enantiomer H H Cl S S HO OH Homework Problem Set 3 Iverson CH310M/318M Due Friday, Sept. 23 Br OCH 3 F Br H F H H OCH 3 R R S H Br F H H 3 CO H S S S H Br H F H 3 CO H S S R Br H H F H OCH 3 R R R Br H H F H 3 CO H R S R H Br F H H OCH 3 S R S Br H F H H 3 CO H R S S H Br H F H OCH 3 S R R HO O OH OH HO CH 2 OH HO OH 4. (8 pts) There is no stereochemistry implied in the structure below. Draw all of the unique molecules (i.e. stereoisomers) that share this constitutional arrangement. (Hint: be systematic!) 5. (1 pt each) On the following molecules, put an asterisk next to each chiral center. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *...
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course CH 310M taught by Professor Iverson during the Fall '05 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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