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Organic Chemistry II

by: Alfonso Reynolds

Organic Chemistry II CHEM 2320

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Alfonso Reynolds
Weber State University
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Don Davies

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Date Created: 10/28/15
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Spectra interpretation and prediction 1 Predict the R absorption frequencies of the following functional groups within 10 cm39l 4 points a nitrile CN b carbonyl of an ester 2 Compound I has amolecular formula of C7H1 40 In a 13C NMR spectrum compound I gave 5 peaks and a 1H NMR spectrum showed 3 peaks a singlet a triplet and a quartet Provide a structure for compound I 4 points 3 Based on the following 1H NMR and mass spectrum provide a possible structure for unknown compound II Justify your answer by correlating key peaks or fragments in the spectra with your structure 8 points MS Nm5157 Relative Intensity 1mmvale Page 4 of 8 4 Elucidate the structure of compound III C7H1602 shown in the 1H NMR below Justify your answer by correlating your structure with the spectrum 6 points 5 Compound IV having a molecular formula of C HloOz gave the IR and 13C NMR spectra below The off resonance splitting is indicated above each peak in the 13C NMR spectrum Identify the structure of compound IV and justify your answer by correlating your structure with each spectrum 8 points I I Innn am I I I m snnn ma I I I I I I I 100 80 50 4O 20 0 ppm l l 39 l 39 l 20 180 160 140 120 EDSuAIEH Page 5 of 8 6 Label the different 1H environments in the structure below a b c Then complete the table for each different type of proton Note there may be fewer than 7 different proton environments 12 points H H W H H ZC C N39C ire H H n I environments I a I b I c I d I e I f I g I I spin spin splitting I I I I I I I I The labels on two containers of organic substances were missing Elemental analysis revealed they were both isomers of C4H100 and each gave 4 peaks in there13C NMR spectra Identify the structures of each substance based on the follow1ng mass spectra 6 p01nts 100 80 3 392 B 60 E m 2 5 407 m K 20 l l l I i til i l t l l l l l l l l l l l l l 1 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 mz 100 WW1 80 z 399 g 60 S w 2 4 2 4r m K 20 M illil illl W W W W H a W H a 1 l 2 25 30 3 40 45 50 55 60 55 70 7S Page 6 of 8 Unknown compound V was found to have a molecular formula of CMHW and gave the following H NMR spectrum Identify unknown V and justify your answer by correlating each proton with each peak 6 points Page 7 of 8 9 Use the following 1H and 13C NMR to predict the structure for compound VI which has a molecular formula of C7H1203 Justify your answer by correlating your structure with each spectra 7 points 1 l 1 l l I 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 Cusrnar4zs ppm Page 8 of 8 111 Extra Credit 5 points 1 Unknown VII CWHM gave the following 13C NMR spectrum with the off resonance splitting indicated above each peak ldentifythe unknown compound and justify your answer l l l l l l l l l l 2 O 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 4O 20 O was ppm You received points out of 100 points possible To check your overall performance in lecture see htpdvistaweberedu


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