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QUESTION 3
2-butene (C4Hg, shown here) is a planar molecule.
True
O False
QUESTION 4
The fused ring system shown here (CH14, bicyclo[3.3.0]octane) is a planar molecule.
O True
False
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QUESTION 6
In a sample of chlorocyclohexane (CH1 1 CI), one would expect to find most of the C-CI bonds in the
position.
(Note: Remember that CI is larger and more likely to contribute to steric strain in the molecule.)
O planar
trigonal pyramidal
equatorial
O axial
tetrahedr
QUESTION 7
The molecule N-methylaniline is pictured here. Which of the following words could be used to describe an essential feature of N-methylaniline to someone who is familiar
H CH3
with chemistry, but not with this molecule?
aromatic
alkane
non-cyclic
fused-ring
heterocycle

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