Configuration c achiral questions 7 to 9 pick the

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)-configuration ( C ) achiral Questions 7 to 9. Pick the appropriate functional group that contains the carbon indicated by an arrow. 7] carbon #1 ANS = _________ 8] carbon #2 ANS = _________ 9] carbon #3 ANS = _________ N N N N N F N O O OH a b d c O O O OCH 3 O NH O HO HO HO OH 1 2 3 [ A ] amide [ B ] amine [ C ] ketone [ D ] aldehyde [ E ] ester [ F ] acetal [ G ] ketal [ H ] ether
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student name/id number : ___________________________________________________ CHEMISTRY 233 MIDTERM EXAM 1 Page 3 of 12 Questions 10-15. Select the letter ( A , B , C , D ) that corresponds to the arrows that best describe the relationship between the structures on the left and right sides of the chemical equations shown below. 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) A B C D S O O OH + S O O S O O O + S O OH ANS = ______ + ANS = ______ + + ANS = ______ N OH + N O + N O + N OH ANS = ______ N + ANS = ______ O NH + O ANS = ______ O SH HO S
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student name/id number : ___________________________________________________ CHEMISTRY 233 MIDTERM EXAM 1 Page 4 of 12 Questions 16-21. For each of the pairs of structures below, indicate whether these pairs are: A -identical compounds; B -constitutional isomers; C -diastereomers or D -enantiomers. You can use each letter more than once in this section, and you do not need to use them all. Question 22. Consider the series A - E on the right. Indicate the species that have aromatic character. More than one compound may be selected . Note that incorrect selections will be subtracted from correct to a minimum of zero for question 22. ANS = ______ CH 3 Cl H H Br CH 3 CH 3 H Br Cl H CH 3 16] ANS = ______ 17] ANS = ______ 18] ANS = ______ 19] Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl F H H Cl F ANS = ______ 20] ANS = ______ 21] H H F F H F F H HO Br OH Br N H B A N N + C N D S N N OH + E 22] ANS(S) = _________________
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