Draw the abbreviated structural formula of the products of the complete hydrolysis of lidocain. Identify any new functional groups naming them clearly.
My questions are: what would the question look like for which this NMR can be used? What would the IR and mass spectrum look like? What do I need to recognize on each spectrum to answer the same questions given in the Garden Cress problem?
1. The presence of nitrogen in an MS spectrum produces an odd numbered molecular ion. Indicate which of these four spectra shows presence of sulfur, chlorine, bromine, iodine or nitrogen in the molecule. Suggest a molecular formula for the nitrogen-containing compound. You may indicate the relevant fragments on the spectrum. Ple
1) Show that pyrrole is aromatic. 2) Account for its aromaticity on the basis of orbital theory.
In the attached file is the structure of the organic molecule you need to name for this assignment. Your task is to name the given organic molecule using IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) rules. Please make sure you answer the all of the following: -What is the parent chain? -How do you indicate
What is the name of this compound? It is representative of a ketone compound.
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What is the name of this Alkyne? CH3CH2C=C (Note: the above "=" symbol should be 3 lines.)
Simple explanation on lewis dot structures.
Attached is the IR, NMR and Mass spec of a compound included is the formula molecular weight. Write a structure consistent with the data and draw a molecular ion. I have circled the OH Peak.
I recently did an experiment where the addition of bromine to trans-cinnamic acid gives a dibromide with two stereocenters (chiral centers). Thus, there were four stereoisomers possible (see figures on page 136 on attachment). According to the melting points of my product, I ended up with the racemic mixture (2R,3S) and (2S,