Exam 1 SOLUTION
All of the questions were the same, but rearranged on the different exams.
1. [8 pts] For the following molecule,
a. Complete the Lewis structure by filling in missing bonds and lone pairs (use the skeleton
structure given, do not r
Test 2 Review
MeMurry, Chapters 5, 6, and 7
Part 1. Multiple choice.
1. What is the degree of unsaturation in CleléNZOZ? 5. Which alkyl group below is commonly Called an allyl
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CHM263: Introduction to Organic Chemistry
August 22, 2014
The Structures of Organic Molecules shapes result from the fact that carbon can
form bonds with up to FOUR other atoms
Organic molecules exhibit three different types of hybridization at the carbo
How to draw Lewis structures for molecular and ionic compounds:
1. Determine the total number of valence electrons for the entire molecule (for each element, use the
group number from the periodic table). For ions, be sure to add/subtract the appropriate
. PRAcnce EXAM 2A
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510 ES’RONS 1-130
Questions 1-20 are multiple choice. Choose the best answer and blacken the appropriate
circle on your answer sheet.
Which of these is NOT a Lewis acid?
2. Which of t
Many of the same rules for alkanes apply to alkenes
1. Name the parent hydrocarbon by locating the longest carbon chain that contains the
double bond and name it according to the number of carbons with the suffix -ene.
Electrophilic addition to nonpolar double bonds (contd.)
Thus far we have mainly examined electrophilic addition that proceeds via an initial encounter
with H+. This results in the formation of a carbocation, a target for further rea