1. a) For EACH of the compounds below, draw in (on the structure given) the most acidic hydrogen; if several are of equivalent acidity, draw in ALL that are equally acidic on that structure. b) Number the compounds in order of relative acidity: numbe
6. One route to solutions of carbocations which can be studied as stabilized species involves the generation of such materials in very polar solvents by the action of very powerful Lewis acids on organo halides. One such example, the generation of a
3. Provide reactants and reagents needed to convert cyclohexanone to each of the products shown below. The other reactant can have as many carbons as needed, and you can use more than one reaction step, but none of the transformations should require
4. Provide the structure of the major product or products expected for the following reactions - if stereochemistry is relevant, make sure it is shown in an unambiguous fashion. You may assume that each equation leads to something new - there are no
5. Characterize each of the reactions below. As part i) of each, indicate whether the reaction shown is a cycloaddition, a cycloreversion, an electrocylic ring opening, an electrocyclic ring closing, or a sigmatropic rearrangement. As part ii) of eac
Practice Problems for Synthetic Polymers: Wade 26, Bruise 29.
3. (7 points) Circle the correct answer.
Which of the following does not constitute a group of all condensation
i. polyesters, polyamides, polyurethane
ii. polyesters, polycarbona
Chem 210-3 : Spring 2005
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