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Unformatted text preview: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY CH231 DECEMBER 2011 THIRD EXAMINATION I i t) 1. Draw all the stereochemical structures of C4H6. {i o) 2. Give the products of the dehydration products of 2-butanol along with their relative yields. I (of) 3 .(a) trans-2-Butene is allowed the react with carbon tetra chloride in the presence of benzoylperoxide. What is the product? (b) write the mechanism. ([0) 4. Provide a lUPAC name for the following compound: CH3 H / or 3 x C CH (ll H Cch H3 1 3 (to) 5 Write the structure for (Z)-3- penten-i-yne. 6. Compound (A) has a formula Ct OH16. When (A) was hydrogenated compound (B) C10H22 i is formed. Compound (B) was identified as 2,6-dimethyl octane. ozonolysis II I?) of (A) produces two moles of formaldehyde. one mole of acetone, and a third compound C5H503.. Write structures for (A) and C5H603. ' 7’ Compounds (A) and (B) both have a formula C7H14. They are both optically active (1.1;) and ‘ and are diasteromers of each other. Catalytic hydrogenation of either (A) or (B) yields (C). Compound (C) is optically inactive but can be resolved into separate enantiomers.Propose structures for (A), (B), and (C). II 5) 8. Compounds (A) and (B) have a molecular formula C7H14 are optically inactive and are not resolvable. They are diatereomers of each other. Hydrogenation of either (A) or (B) yields (C). Compound (C) is optically inactive but can be resolved into separate enantiomers. Suggest structures for (A), (B), and (C). 00) 9. Show steps how one could convert this alkyne to a six membered ring. C‘ECH ...
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