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14D_w10_finalA - Chemistry 14D Winter 2010 Final Exam Part...

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Chemistry 14D Winter 2010 Final Exam Part A Page 1 Page 1 score = OK to “Ph” anywhere where appropriate on part A and part B of this exam. The formation and hydrolysis of amides is of fundamental importance to the biological synthesis and degradation of proteins. The kinetics and mechanism of amide hydrolysis have been studied extensively. For example, hydrolysis of molecule A in pure water is very slow. N CH 3 CH 3 O H 2 O Hydrolysis very slow Molecule A In questions 1–11 we explore some aspects of amide chemistry and related topics. 1. (2) In the boxes write the two major product of the hydrolysis of molecule A in the presence of aqueous NaOH. N CH 3 CH 3 O NaOH H 2 O and 2. (3) Complete this statement by adding no more than ten words : Hydrolysis of molecule A with aqueous NaOH is faster than hydrolysis with water by itself because. .. 3. (6) Write the mechanism for the reaction of question 1. 4. (2) In the boxes write the two major products of the hydrolysis of molecule A in the presence of aqueous H 2 SO 4 . N CH 3 CH 3 O H 2 O H 2 SO 4 and
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Chemistry 14D Winter 2010 Final Exam Part A Page 2 Page 2 score = 5. (3) Complete this statement in twenty words or less : Hydrolysis of molecule A with aqueous H 2 SO 4 is faster than hydrolysis with water by itself because. .. 6.
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course CHEM 14D taught by Professor Hardinger during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.

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14D_w10_finalA - Chemistry 14D Winter 2010 Final Exam Part...

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