Wasielewski Final Exam 2 Key

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Unformatted text preview: "" Chern 210-1, Section 03, December 6, 2005, Final Exam NAME: A-tJ5i<JErCS This exam has 200 total points with the point breakdownfor each problem given below. 1. (25 points) Propose a mechanism for the following reaction: ol-Br EtOH ~ ~ / + HBr U-J<OEt heat ~~ ~~ .' 0 Et: L+ err-1 l ~ +-/h- I ~ l ~6-1:- H ~ ?> c6< OEI::- + l+h 1 2. (25 points) Outline a synthetic method for converting (R)-2-hexanol into (S)-2- cyanohexane using any reagents that you wish. )~ '\ 1+0 1+ SDC.\2- > ~ (1c=TE1V7Iih] ! (R.)-2. -1-U:~')(At-.10L 2 ~ C1. H- CfL) - 2. - CHwrtD (t t:.''' ftN c I No.CJJ) ~ I)M<;O" D. ~ H- \ CtJ (~)- ~- c.VAPOHE\f.fttJt- 3. (25 points) Propose a mechanism for the following reaction: ~Br-OCH3 . ,,,---/- V' +B( C~1>t- (HO~ :>- (Jt3o~~ O~ I~ t C>-f- T Th- 3 4. (25 points) Please present a synthesis of the ether illustrated below using any necessary inorganic reagents, and any carbon-containing compound having no more than 2 carbon atoms....
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