CHEM 2OA3 TUTORIAL 6
Based primarily on Chapters 8 & 9
Using a series of reactions, show how you could move the OH group from one end
of molecule A to the other, i.e. convert compound A to B: [HINT: to accomplish this, you will
CHEM 2OA3 TUTORIAL 1
EFFECTIVE: TUES. 12 MAY TO THURS. 14 MAY 2015.
Q. 1-6 of this tutorial is based on the first two lectures and
Chapter 1 of Klein. Q.7 is based on Podcast 2, while Q.8 is
based on podcast 1. Q.9 is based on Lecture Intermezzo 2.
CHEM 2OA3 TUTORIAL 3
EFFECTIVE: TUES. 26 MAY TO THURS. 28 MAY 2015.
THIS TUTORIAL IS BASED ON CHAPTER 3 AND CHAPTER 4, AND LECTURES
ON NMR, AND RECAPS SOME MATERIAL FROM EARLIER LECTURES.
FOR TUESDAYS TUTORIAL, YOU MAY ALSO WANT TO ASK QUESTIONS
CHEM 2OA3 TUTORIAL 2
Which of the following compounds has/have one or more resonance form(s) that
is/are equivalent (in energy) to the one shown? Draw these resonance forms, and
connect the structures together with the correct arrows. Use curly