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Unformatted text preview: and all of the hybridized orbitals in pencil. Make sure that your drawing is clear. Your drawing should take into account bond angle and dimensions of the orbitals (use descriptions such as parallel or perpendicular to the paper if needed). (10 points) O O H N H H H N H H b) Provide a balanced chemical reaction equation for the above amide reacting with AlCl3. (5 points) 7/13 Points/Page = Callam Chemistry 2510 Autumn 2012 Part 6. Bronsted Acids and Base Reactions. (40 points) READ THESE DIRECTIONS!!! For each of the following reactions: (10 points each for a total of 40 points) (i) Predict the product of the acid- base reaction (clearly showing important lone pairs and bonds) (4 points) (ii) Redraw the reactants (clearly showing important lone pairs and bonds) and use arrow- pushing to show the electron movement and changes in bonding (2 points) (iii) Determine which side of the equilibrium is favored. (2 points) (iv) Provide a factor to account for the side of the equilibrium that is favored. (2 points) O ONa + NH2 H2N O N H + KOCH3 N + HCl H2N O H N + O O S OH OK 8/13 Points/Page = Callam Chemistry 2510 Autumn 2012 Part 7. Hybridization and Bonding. (18 points) Answer the following questions (a- h) based on the structure of Lipitor shown below. F HN N O HO OH OH O (a) What is the molecular formula of the above molecule? (2 points) (b) How many un- hybridized p- orbitals on carbons are in the structure? (2 points) (c)...
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2013 for the course CHEM 2510 taught by Professor Stambuli during the Fall '12 term at Ohio State.

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