Mock 1st Midterm - Spectroscopy

Mock 1st Midterm - Spectroscopy - Chem 112B, Winter 2011...

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Chem 112B, Winter 2011 Mock Midterm Exam 1 Page 1 of 11 Chem 112B Mock 1 st Midterm - Spectroscopy Name:______________________________________________________________________ Circle the FIRST LETTER of your LAST NAME: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z STUDENT ID:___________________________ SEAT #:________________________________ LAB DAY / TIME: _______________________ Lab TA’s Name: _________________________ READ AND SIGN “I understand that any observed or suspected improper behavior on my part will be reported to Student Judicial Affairs.” Signature:_____________________ Unsigned exams will not be graded This mock exam consists of questions from old exams. There are more questions on this mock exam than there will be on the actual midterm. The points for each question are shown. Your exam will add up to 100 points, usually involving 5 questions (maybe 4). NOTE - This mock test only contains questions from Chapters 10 and 11. Midterm 1 will also contain questions from Chapter 12 - example questions can be found in Problem Sets 3 and 4 on this topic.
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Chem 112B, Winter 2011 Mock Midterm Exam 1 Page 2 of 11 DATA SHEET Abbreviations: br Broad peak d doublet t triplet q quartet qn quintet sx sextet sp septet dd doublet of doublets m multiplet (unassigned, complex peak pattern) δ chemical shift (in ppm) 1 H Chemical shifts (ppm) H designated in bold Alkyl, RC H 3 0.8-1.0 Alkyl, RC H 2 CH 3 1.2-1.4 Alkyl, R 3 C H 1.4-1.7 Allylic, R 2 C=CRC H 3 1.6-1.9 Ketone, R-COC H 3 2.1-2.6 Benzylic, Ar-C H 3 2.2-2.5 Acetylenic, RC≡C H 2.5-3.1 Alkyl chloride, RC H 2 Cl 3.6-3.8 Alkyl bromide, RC H 2 Br 3.4-3.6 Ether, ROC H 2 R 3.3-3.9 Alcohol, HO-C H 2 -R 3.3-4.0 Vinylic, C=C- H 4.6-5.7 Aromatic, Ar H 6.0-9.5 Aldehyde, RCO H 9.5-9.6 Alcohol hydroxyl, -O H 0.5-6.0 (br) Amino, R-N H 2 1.0-8.0 (br) Phenolic, ArO H 4.5-7.7 (br) Carboxylic, RCOO H 10-13 (br) 1 H Coupling Constants (Hz)
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Mock 1st Midterm - Spectroscopy - Chem 112B, Winter 2011...

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