Comp. Final Practice Exam Solutions

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CHEM 334 Comprehensive Final – Practice Exam Fall Semester 2010 Exam Date: December 11, 2010 ad Exam Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Dr. George Handy
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1. Complete the following synthesis. 2. Using the starting compounds A, B, and C , synthesize the final product D .
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3. The following is a stepwise synthesis of a tri-substituted benzene ring. Complete the missing reagents or products in the answer boxes. Reagents/structures can be used more than once. 3. Show how you convert the starting compound into the final product prosynthetically , using the various synthetic procedures you have been taught.
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*Note: The phenyl group has been replaced by a methyl group in this solution.
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5. Synthesize the final product (
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Unformatted text preview: Z ) using reductive amination . Additional organic and inorganic reagents can be used. All intermediates, reagents, and conditions must be shown. 11. Write the Structure of X 12. Which compound(s) cannot be prepared from benzene in two synthetic steps? 14. Write down the structures of products A and B. 15. Draw ALL possible products that may be formed during this transformation. 16. Draw the structures of A and B. 17. Draw the structures of A-C 18. Write the mechanism and product for the following base-catalyzed transformation shown. Give a clear, four-step mechanism for the reaction, including all reagents and electron shift. For Numbers 19-22, see mechanisms in notes....
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