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organic9 - Chemistry 334 Final Examination December 8 2003...

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Chemistry 334 Final Examination December 8, 2003 Professor Charonnat Name: _____________________________ Be certain that your examination has nine (9) pages including this one. Put your name on each page of this examination booklet. By putting your name on this examination booklet you agree to abide by California State University, Northridge policies of academic honesty and integrity. Molecular models are allowed for this examination. Calculators are unnecessary and are not allowed.
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Name:______________________ 1. (50 points) Draw the structure of the expected major organic product for each of the following ten (10) questions. Clearly specify stereochemistry, if relevant. A. O CH 3 Ph H 2 cat. Pd/C B. H 3 C OH O CH 3 CH 2 N 2 C. OCH 3 H 2 SO 4 HNO 3 D. Ph CH 3 CH 3 NBS h ν E. H CH 3 O CH 3 Ph 3 PCHCH 3 "salt-free" conditions + -
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Name:______________________ 1. (cont.) F. H 3 C CN CH 3 1.) DIBAL 2.) dil. HCl G. O CH 3 a.) PhLi b.) H 2 O H. HO CH 3 O CrO 3 H 2 SO 4 I. H 3 CO 1.) Li NH 3 t -BuOH 2.) 3N HCl J. H H 3 CO CH 3 O HO OH H 2 SO 4
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Name:______________________ 2. (25 points)
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