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Arizona State CHM 233 exam1Exam


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Chemistry
Course Code
CHM 233
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Midterm

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Midterm #1 Ian R. Gould
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H He
Li Be B C N O F Ne
Na Mg Al Si P S Cl Ar
K Ca Sc Ti V Cr Mn Fe Co Ni Cu Zn Ga Ge As Se Br Kr
Rb Sr Y Zr Nb Mo Tc Ru Rh Pd Ag Cd In Sn Sb Te I Xe
Cs Ba Lu Hf Ta W Re Os Ir Pt Au Hg Tl Pb Bi Po At Rn
CHEM 233, Spring 2016
H/H ~1.0
Eclipsing
H/Me ~1.4
Me/Me ~2.6
Me/Me ~0.9
Et/Me ~0.95
i-Pr/Me ~1.1
t-Bu/Me ~2.7
Gauche
Me/Et ~2.9
Interaction Energies, kcal/mol
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1____________/12
2____________/22
3____________/24
4____________/40
5____________/30
6____________/16
7____________/31
Extra Credit_____/5
Total (incl Extra)________/175+5
CNR2
RC CR
R2CCR2
Aromatic
C
ROH
O
CX
RNH2
ROH
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–H2CX
H2CNR2
–OCH2
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CCH
CH
O
C
ROH
OAromatic Ar H Alkyl
mainly 8 - 6.5 CCH2
CCH3
O
3° > 2° > 1°
Alkyl
–OCH2
C
O
(δ, ppm)
variable and condition dependent,
ca. 2 - 6 δ
RCN
OHCN
C
N
C
C
H
C O
N H
CH
CN
O
HC
O
C
H
CCH
COR
O
N H
CH
C
O
OH
C O H
O
CNR2
O
3000–
3100
2850–2960
3300
broad ~3300
broad with spikes ~3300
2200
broad ~3000 1710
2200
1650
2720–2820
2 peaks
1735
1600–1660
1680
range of values
broad peak
small range usually
strong
1600
Infrared Correlation Chart
NMR Correlation Charts
3000 2000
2500
3500 1500
(cm-1)
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3° > 2° > 1°
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CHEMISTRY 233, Fall 2016, MIDTERM #1
N
O
N
HN
FO
OH
Question 1 (12 pts.) Circle and identify all functional groups in the following structure, ignore alkyl
groups. Indicate any amines, amides or alcohols as primary, secondary or tertiary, as appropriate.
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Question 2 (22 pts.) Rank the pairs of electrons indicated, A, B, C and D in order of increasing
energy. Give an explanation for your choice, most of the points are for the explanation, not the
order.
O
H
P
H
C
(non-bonding)
D (π-bonding)
A (non-bonding)
B (σ-bonding)
lowest
energy highest
energy
< < <
CN
Question 3 (24 pts.) For the structures A and B below:
a) Indicate (in words, do not draw on the structures) the largest BOND DIPOLE moment(s) in each
b) Between these two largest bond dipole moments (the one from A and the one from B), which
would be larger? Give a brief explanation.
c) Draw the MOLECULAR DIPOLE MOMENTS ON TOP OF THE STRUCTURES. Your drawings
do not need to illustrate the size of the dipole, only the direction. If there is no molecular dipole,
indicate so. BRIEFLY explain which structure would have the larger MOLECULAR dipole moment.
F
Br
AB
C
N
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