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Exam #2 Study Guide

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Exam #2 Study Guide CHEM 1120-001

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This is a study guide to help with exam number 2. It covers chapter 14 and 15 aldehydes, ketones and chirality. Note: not all of the material/chapters that will be on the test are presented in this...
Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Alexis Howard on Monday March 7, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to CHEM 1120-001 at University of Utah taught by John R Heemstra Jr in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 95 views. For similar materials see Elementary Bioorganic Chemistry in Biochemistry at University of Utah.


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Chemistry 1120 Exam #2 Study Guide Chapter 14 Draw the structure corresponding to the following names….. 1. Cyclohexanol 4. 3 – methyl – 2 – hexanol 2. 3 – methylcyclobutanol 5. 1- pentanol 3. 2 – pentoxynonane Give the IPUAC name for the following molecules 1. 3. CH 3H C2CH CH2 3 O OH O 2. 4. O CH 3 O Rank the following molecules in order of INCREASING boiling point (1 being the highest). Explain your answer. CH 3H C2 CH 3H C2 Br 2 CH 3H CH2Cl 2 Draw the structure of the following molecules and classify the carbon containing the halide 1. 4 – fluoro – 2,5 - dimethylheptane 2. 1,4 – dibromo – 2,3 – dimethylbutane Draw out the structure and name the following molecules 1. CH S3 2. (CH 3 2HCH CH2SH 2 Draw the cis and trans formation of the following molecule CH 3HCHCH 3 Do the molecules above contain any chiral centers? Why or why not Draw the enantiomer of the following molecule and determine if they contain any chiral centers. If no enantiomer exists write no enantiomer exists. 1. 3. ClCHCH 2H 3 H CH 3 Br 2. B 4. OH C CH3CH H 2 CH 3 Draw Fischer Projections of molecule number 2 and 3 Add dashes and wedges to the Fischer Projection and draw its enantiomer as well as a diasteriomer CHO H Br OH NH 2 CH 2H Draw the basic structure of an aldehyde and a ketone ALDEHYDE KETONE Draw the structures of the following molecules 1. 4 – bromo – 3 – methyl – 1 – cyclohexanone 2. 2 – chloro – 4 – methylhexanal What structure does an acetal have? What structure does a hemiacetal have?


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