Chem210-1 F07 Ex1 p04a

Chem210-1 F07 Ex1 p04a - e) Which reaction (reaction 1 or...

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5. Consider the acid-base reations shown below: CH 3 OH + CH 3 NH 2 CH 3 OH + CH 3 NH 2 CH 3 O + CH 3 NH 3 CH 3 OH 2 + CH 3 NH (reaction 1) (reaction 2) a) What would be the direction of the equilibrium in reaction 1 (circle)? to the right to the left (2 points) b) What would be the direction of the equilibrium in reaction 2 (circle)? to the right to the left (2 points) c) Of all the compounds shown in the two equations above, which would be the strongest proton a c i d ? (3 ponts) d) Of all the compounds shown in the two equations above, which would be the strongest proton b a s e ? (3 ponts)
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Unformatted text preview: e) Which reaction (reaction 1 or reaction 2) would have the larger value for K eq ? (2 pts) 6. Consider the structure of compound "C' shown on the right - it is not the most stable conformer for "C", but it is a possible conformer for "C" "C" = CH 2-CH 3 H H CH 3 a) name compound "C" (2 points) b) provide on the right the most stable conformer for "C" (4 points) c) provide on the right the most stable conformational form of the geometric isomer of "C" (4 points) CH 3 OH 2 CH 3 NH reaction 1 trans-1-ethyl-4-methyl cyclohexane H CH 3 H CH 3 CH 2 CH 3 H H CH 3 CH 2...
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