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Unformatted text preview: Final Exam Organic Chemistry 210-2 Winter 2004 Name: ___________________ (Please Print) 220 Points ID: ___________________ The exam starts at 9:00 and will finish at 11:00 without exception. You may use your models or calculator if your feel it is necessary. There is scrap paper available at the front of the room. Please do not place any answers on the scrap paper since this may be lost prior to, or during, grading. GOOD LUCK!!! Question # Points 1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ Total ____ Final Exam Organic Chemistry 210-2 Winter 2004 Initials: _______ Page 1 1. (26 Points) Provide a mechanism for the following reaction. Be sure to be complete especially in depicting the acid-base chemistry that is taking place in the mechanism you propose. N NH 2 O O H H H 3 O + H 2 O + Final Exam Organic Chemistry 210-2 Winter 2004 Initials: _______ Page 2 2. (26 Points) a) When bromination of the two following derivatives of benzene was carried out it was observed that 3- phenyl propanoic acid (A) underwent substitution at the ortho and para positions. A similar treatment of 3-phenyl propanoic acid (A) underwent substitution at the ortho and para positions....
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CHEM 210-2 taught by Professor Coddens during the Spring '08 term at Northwestern.

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Old_Final__2 - Final Exam Organic Chemistry 210-2 Winter...

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