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1 Name: _____________________ Final Chemistry 1315 - Survey of Organic Chemistry Date: 05-03-06 Time: 8:00 am - 10:50 am Place: Boggs B6 This exam contains four (4) parts. You MUST answer all questions of part 1 (questions #1 and #2) and can choose three out of the four questions of each of the other parts (parts 2-4). Mark the questions CLEARLY you DO NOT want to have graded. If you do not mark questions, I will pick three at random and will not grade them! You are allowed to use: 1) a period table, 2) a chemistry model set and 3) one page of any notes you want (however, no magnifying glasses to read this page are allowed). You must sign the Honor Code Agreement (If you do not sign it, your exam will not be graded and counted as 0 points): Having read the Georgia Institute of Technology Academic Honor Code, I understand and accept my responsibility as a member of the Georgia Tech Community to uphold the Honor Code at all times. In addition, I understand my options for reporting honor violations as detailed in the code. _________________ Signature Good Luck
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2 Grading: Question Points possible Your Score Part 1: 1 45 2 40 Part 2: 3 35 4 35 5 35 6 35 Part 3: 7 35 8 35 9 35 10 ` 35 Part 4: 11 35 12 35 13 35 14 35 Total: 400
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3 Part 1 You Have to Answer All Questions
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4 Question 1 (40 points) Explain the following concepts in the space provided below. Use two sentences or less, and/or a formula, and/or a graph: (a) Lewis Base (b) Grignard Reaction (c) Primary Peptide Structures (d) Nucleoside
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