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Exam #4 (please print)
November 16, 201 1
50 minutes, 100 points
Instructions:
(1) Show your work; be logical.
(2) Molecular models, calculators, and the SALMON VERSION of the “yellow pamphlet” may
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CHM2001 (A.B. Brown) Name: H E 7
Exam #4 version 2 (please print)
November 15, 2013
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50 minutes, 100 points
Instructions:
(1) Show your work; be logical.
(2) Calculators, rulers, and the BLUE VERSION of the “yellow pamphlet” may nbe used;
otherwise, thi
CHM2001 (AB. Brown) Name: K E‘r
Exam #4 version 1 (please print)
November 15, 2013
50 minutes, 100 points
Instructions:
(1) Show your work; be logical.
(2) Calculators, rulers, and the BLUE VERSION of the “yellow pamphlet” may nbe used;
otherwise, this ex
CHM2001 (AB. Brown)
Exam #3
October 19, 2007
50 minutes, 100 points
Instructions:
(1) Show your Work; be logical.
(2) Use of molecular models and calculators is encouraged; otherwise, this exam is closed-book.
(3) There are ﬁve problems.
(4) Interesting
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Exam #2 version 1 (please print)
September 27, 2013
50 minutes, 100 points
Instructions:
(1) Show your work; be logical.
(2) Molecular models and calculators may be used; otherwise, this exam is Closed-book.
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Chapter 1: Structure and Bonding
1:1-5 Introduction and Reviews
Organic Chemistry: science of molecules containing carbon atoms
Our bodies are made up of mostly organic compounds (e.g. DNA, RNA, Proteins, and
Hormones)
Goals:
Understand how e- form bonds,
Chapter 2: Structure and Properties of Organic Molecules
2:1 Atomic Orbitals
Electrons also have wave-like properties
Quantum Mechanics: mathematical description of electrons as waves
Main Concept: orbital is a volume of space where an e- can be found, bu
Chapter 5: Stereochemistry
Goals
Understand 3D aspects of molecules
Understand chemical, physical, optical properties of stereoisomers
5:1 Introduction
5:2 Molecular Chirality
A sp3 hybridized atom bearing four different groups (including lone-pairs) is c
Chapter 7 Structure and Synthesis of Alkenes (Oletins)
7:1-2 Introduction
Orbital Structure
7:3 Unsaturation (pi bonds)
Saturates (alkane) means maximum number of C-H bonds possible
Unsaturated (alkene and Alkyne)
General Molecular Formula
Alkane: CnH2n+2
Chapter 3: Structure and Stereochemistry of Alkanes
Goals:
IUPAC Nomenclature
To understand conformational analysis
3:1 Classification of Hydrocarbons
Hydrocarbon: molecule/compound made up of only H and C
Alkane: only single bonds
Alkene: double bond (Ch
Chapter 4: Introduction to Chemical Reactions
Goals
To understand Free Radical Chain Reaction and Mechanism
To learn Reaction Energy Diagrams and Thermodynamics and Kinetics
To learn Reactive Intermediates
4:1-3,13
Mechanism: step-by-step pathway from rea
Chapter 12 Infrared Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry
Goals:
Be able to read IR spectra
Be able to read mass spectra
12:1 Introduction
Commonly used methods: theyre complementary
IR Spectroscopy (Chapter 12): tells us the functional groups such as OH and
Chapter 13 NMR Spectroscopy
13:1-4 Introduction
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy is another form of absorption spectroscopy
Only nuclei with an odd number of protons and neutrons such as 1H, 13C, 15N, 19F have a property
called spin
Energy di
Chapter 8 Reaction of Alkenes
Goals:
To understand the reactivity of alkenes with various electrophiles
Learn those reagents based on their mechanisms
8:3 Addition of HX to Alkenes
H is the most + species in reaction, so its the electrophile, and it wants
CHM2001 (A.B. Brown)
Exam #3
October 21, 2009
50 minutes, 100 points
Instructions:
(1) Show your work; be logical.
Name: _
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(please print)
(2) Use of calculators is encouraged; otherwise, this exam is closed-book.
(3) There are ﬁve problems.
(4) Inte
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‘ Exam #3 (please print)
October %, 2010
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50 minutes, 100 points
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CHM2001 (A.B. Brown) Name: ‘
Exam #4 (please print)
November 9, 2012
50 minutes, 100 points
Instructions:
(1) Show your work; be logical.
(2) Molecular models, calculators, and the GREEN VERSION of the “yellow pamphlet” may
be used; otherwise, this exam i
M2001 (AB. Brown)
Jxam #4 (please print)
November 14, 2008
5 0 minutes, 100 points
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(1) Show your work; be logical.
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Structure-from-spectra #1.
(2) Compound A has formula C4HgBr2, and gives the
1H NMR spectrum shown.
(a) [6 pts] Evaluate the integrals in linear units of your choice, then convert to H. Show your
work.
S3,? (moaur’é‘w mp “ > ’25 @H
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(b)
CHM2001 (AB. Brown) Name: Héij
Final Exam version i ‘ (please print)
December 13, 2012
2 hours, 200 points
Insh‘uctions:
(I) Show your work; be logical. ,
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may be use
CHM2001 (AB. Brown) Name; H 331
Final Exam version 2
December 12, 2012
(please print)
2 hours, 200 points
Instructions:
(1) Show your work; be logical.
(2) Molecular models, calculators, rulers, and the GREEN VERSION of the “yellow pamphlet"
may be used;
CHMZOOI (A.B. Brown)
Final Exam '
December 14, 2006
2 hours, 200 points
muctions:
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(1) Show your work; be logical.
(2) Molecular models; calculators, rulers, and the GREEN VERSION of the “yellow pamphlet”
may be used; otherwise, this exam is closed-boo
CHM2001 (AB. Brown) Name: K ‘57
Final Exam (please print)
December 7, 2010
2 hours, 200 points
Instructions:
(1) Show your work; be logical.
(2) Molecular models, calculators, rulers, and the BLUE VERSION of the “yellow pamphlet”
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CHM2001 (AB. Brown) Name; Hi7
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(please print)
Final Exam
December 14, 2011
i 2 hours, 200 points
Instructions:
(1) Show your work; be logical.
(2) Molecular models, calculators, rulers, and the SALMON VERSION of the “yellow
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CHMZOOI (AB. Brown) Name: 1V 8‘7
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Exam #4
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November 8, 2010
50 minutes, 100 points
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used; otherwise,
CHMZOOI (A.B. Brown) Name:
Exam #4 (please print)
November 16, 2009
50 minutes, 100 points
Instructions:
(1) Show your work; be logical.
(2) Molecular models, calculators, and the GREEN VERSION of the “yellow pamphlet” may
be used; otherwise, this exam is
. CHM2001 (AB. Brown)
Exam #3 version 1
October 19, 2012
50 minutes, 100 points
Instructions."
(1) Show your work; be logical.
Name:
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(please print)
(2) Calculators and models may be used; otherwise, this exam is closed-book. Silence your
phone and
CHM2001 (AB. Brown)
Exam #3 version 2
October 19,2012
50minutes, 100 points
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(1) Show your work; be logical.
Name:
(please print)
(2) Calculators and models may be used; otherwise, this exam is closed-book. Silence your -‘
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CHM2001 (AB. Brown) Name:
Exam #2 version 2 . (please print)
September 27, 2013
50 minutes, 100 points
Instructions: '
(1) Show your work; be logical.
(2) Molecular models and calculators may be used; otherwise, this exam is closed-book. ‘ .
Chapter 6 Alkyl Halides: Nucleophilic Substitution and Elimination
Goals:
To understand SN2 and SN1 reactions
To understand E2 and E1 reactions
6:1-5 Introductions etc.
Alkyl halides = R-X where X = F, Cl, Br, or I
Ex. CH3Cl, CH2CL2
Nomenclature
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