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UCLA Chemistry 30C Winter 2012 Second Midterm Examination Syllabus Date, time and places. Wednesday, 29 February 2012, 1:00–1:50 pm, Bunche 2209A and CS 24 Required material: Topic Textbook sections [a] Supplementary handouts [b] Nucleophilic aromatic substitu- tion 22.3 “Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitu- tion—More Examples” Amines 23.1–7, 23.8 ( exclude sections A, B and C), 23.9–10 Carbon–carbon bond formation using carbonyl compounds 19.1–3, 19.5–7, 19.9 [c] “Aldol and Retro-Aldol Mechanisms” “LDA and Kinetic Enolate Chemistry” Names of common molecules See appendix to this syllabus. [a] 5th edition customized for UCLA [b] Available on VOH. The links to these handouts were circulated by email previously. [c] Section 19.8 (conjugate addition to ! , " -unsaturated carbonyl compounds) is not required in this midterm exam. Prerequisites. You are advised to review relevant prerequisite topics detailed in the “Connections” table available at: http://vohweb.chem.ucla.edu/voh/classes/Winter12/30CID22/connections.pdf Question types. Questions are written to measure your ability to: reproduce important mechanisms in the required textbook sections, as discussed in class deduce products of unseen reactions closely related to the mechanisms discussed in class propose synthetic routes to a specified target molecule from specified or unspecified starting materials, using reactions discussed in class so far and in previous courses recognize and reproduce the structures of common organic molecules encountered in the required text- book sections, as listed in the Appendix. Please see the Practice Paper for the exam format and expected answers. For other exam policies refer to the “Course Information” circulated at the beginning of the course. Seating If the first letter of your surname is: please take your exam in: A–K Bunche 2209A [a] L–Z CS 24 [a] Please refer to the attached campus map for the location. Chem 30C, Winter 2012, Syllabus for Second Midterm Examination –1–
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Appendix: Names and structures of common molecules You will not be asked to provide IUPAC names for given molecules or generate structures from given IUPAC names. All of the molecules in the exam will be referred to by their structures, except for those in this appendix, which will be referred to by either their structures or their names. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you commit the names and structures of these molecules and fragments to memory. A. Names of common nitrogenous compounds N N H N H N N H N N H H N H pyridine pyridinium ion pyrrole imidazole imidazolium ion indole N N quinoline isoquinoline N H N H N H 2 N H O H 2 N NH NH 2 H 2 N N NH 2 H H pyrrolidine piperidine piperidinium ion morpholine guanidine guanidinium ion B. Names of common reactants in C–C bond formation using carbonyl reactions H 3 C N O O RO OR O RO O OR O N Li nitromethane dialkyl carbonate dialkyl oxalate lithium diisopropylamide (LDA) O OR O RO O OR O alkyl acetoacetate dialkyl malonate Chem 30C, Winter 2012, Syllabus for Second Midterm Examination –2–
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