CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set XI Chapter 11 Introduction: The usual. Work on these on your own; consult with others if you need to do so, but realize that you ultimately are responsible for your own understanding of the material. Answers real s
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Exam III 12-December-2009 Answers 1) (18 pts) Compound A, C9H16, was found to be optically active. On catalytic reduction over a palladium catalyst, 2 equivalents of hydrogen were absorbed to yield compound B. Ozonolysis of A
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry Exam II November 2006 Answers 1) Provide mechanisms or reasonable syntheses, as appropriate for the following. (As in all syntheses or mechanism problems, you should think STEPWISE: what must happen first? What can then happen?
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set VI Chapter 6 Introduction: The usual. Work on these on your own. Answers in about one week. A pretty easy one as things go. 1) Provide proper IUPAC names for the following compounds:
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set V Chapter 5 Answers 1) The heats of combustion for 2-methylheptane, 2,2-dimethylhexane, and 2,2,3,3tetramethylbutane are 1306.3, 1304.6, and 1303.0 kcal/mole respectively. Construct an energy diagram showing the re
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set XI Chapter 11 Answers 1) Suggest reasonable ways to encouraging the formation of either CH3Cl or CCl4 from methane in a photochemical chlorination reaction. In order to form reasonably good amounts of methyl chlori
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set X Chapter 10 Answers 1) Draw the expected hydrocarbons when the alkenes below are treated with H2/PtO2 and identify the major product in each case. Briefly explain your reasoning.
H C H3 H
H a) The top
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set X Chapter 10 Introduction: Here are some more problems for you. You may consult with each other on these, but remember that, ultimately, you are responsible for your own understanding of these problems. Answers in
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set VIII Chapter 8 Answers 1) The bond energies for Cl-Cl, H-Cl, and CH3-H are 58, 103, and 104 kcal/mol, respectively. Draw an energy diagram depicting the following reaction sequence:
Cl + CH4
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set VIII Chapter 8 Introduction: The usual. Just a short little one to give you a bit of a review of Chemistry II. 1) The bond energies for Cl-Cl, H-Cl, and CH3-H are 58, 103, and 104 kcal/mol, respectively. Draw an en
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set II Chapter 2 Answers 1) Predict the molecular shape of each of the following structures. Which of these would you expect to be polar?
H C O
a) HC CH
a) Linear, and non-polar b) Tetrahedral, and
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set II Chapter 2 Introduction: Again, there really is no due date (although having this done by next Friday would be good.) I will not grade this problem set, but answers will be available eventually. Have fun. 1) Pred
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set I Chapter 1 Answers 1) Add charges to the atoms in the following structures. Then use the arrow formalism to convert each completed Lewis structure into another resonance form.
H O N O H O N O
CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Problem Set I Chapter 1 Introduction: Here are some extra problems on which you can work to give you more practice. These will not be graded, but you should still work on them seriously. Answers will result soon. 1) Add charge
REVISED & UPDATED CHEMISTRY 302 Organic Chemistry I David R. Myers, Ph.D. Fall, 2009 Office: F119, Fisher Science and Academic Centre Extension 7436; e-mail: email@example.com Class Webpage: www.simons-rock.edu/~myersd/orgo1.html Office Hours: M 2:00
CHEM 302LOrganic Chemistry I Laboratory Fall 2009 Instructor: David R. Myers, Ph.D. Office: F119 Telephone: Ext. 7436 (528-7436) Office Hours: M 2:00-3:30; W 1:00-3:30, or by appointment. Course Location and Time: F128Chemistry Laboratory; Tuesday 9:00 11
Name:_Answers_ Score: _key_/120 CHEM 302 Organic Chemistry I Exam I 7-October-2009 1) Write complete, correct IUPAC names for the following compounds:
a) (3S), (4S)-2,3,4-trimethylhexane
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