1. (3 pts) For the structure shown below, give the hybridization and the bond angles for each of the atoms indicated.
C O N A B CH3
A. _ B. _ C. _
2. (3 pts) A. B. C.
For each of the following condensed structural formulas: Draw the line angle formula Dra
Organic Chemistry, 5th Edition L. G. Wade, Jr.
Chapter 20 and 21 Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives
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Chem 303/Organic Chemistry I - Final Exam Study Guide
1. Atomic Structure And Theory Nucleus: Protons and Neutrons. Elements with extra neutrons are isotopes. Electron cloud: Electrons orbiting the nucleus. Areas without e- density are nodes. - First elec
Quiz #1 This Quiz is to be submitted on-line no later than Wednesday September 3rd at 11:55 pm. Every quiz submitted after that time will have 0.5 points removed per 6 hour period. No quiz will be accepted after 24 hours. If you are unsure of how to submi
Quiz #2 1. (2 pts) For each of the following bonds, describe what orbitals are overlapping to form the indicated bond. A. The C to C sigma bond in acetylene (CHCH) 1 sp hybridized orbital of each C B. The C to H sigma bond in hydrogen cyanide (HCN) 1 sp h
Quiz #3 1. Provide the IUPAC name or line angle formula for the following compounds. A. B.
CH3 H3C H3C CH3 CH3 CH3 CH3 CH3 CH3
2. A. Identify the major functional group. B. label
Quiz #5 1. How many stereogenic centers are there in the compound shown below? There are three stereogenic centers CH OH
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2. Draw the structure of (1R, 2R)-1-bromo-2-chlorocyclobutane.
3. The specific rotation (
Kory Nieuwkoop OChemQ.6 1. (3 pts) Chapter 6 - For each of the reactions below, propose the final product and justify the mechanism of action chosen to give the product. CH3 Cl Product: CH 3
CH 3 CH 3
Justify: SN1, Loss of Cl, shift of
1. (3 pts) If you were to increase the temperature of any reaction conducted in the lab, what
effect would that have on the following thermodynamic and kinetic properties (increase,
decrease, no effect, etc.). Briefly explain.