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    Organic Chemistry Bonding

    Drawing the Structure of a Compound

    1. Draw the structure of Compound A based on its formula and proton NMR. The integration of the peaks from left to right is 5:2:1. Compound A, MF C7H8O 2. Draw the structure of Compound B. Hint: The IR spectrum shows a strong bond at 1725 cm^-1. 3. Draw the structure of Compound C. Hint: The IR spectrum shows no peaks nea

    Cyclic Alkyne reaction with KMnO4 and O3

    Molecule 1: 5 carbon ring, carbon 1 has a carbon attached which also is triple bonded to another carbon (this end carbon just has a H attached.) There is also a double bond between carbons 1 and 2 in the ring. Predict the product when this reacts with KMnO4 in H30+. Molecule 2: I have a 6 carbon ring. C1 has a C which is

    Determine the Functional Group

    For problems 1 through 3, determine the functional group from the following spectra. There is only one functional group per compound. Determine whether the compound is aromatic or not aromatic. Follow the instructions attached.

    Aromatic Compounds and Cycloheptatrienyl

    Explain the following: a.) The cycloheptatrienyl anion is antiaromatic, whereas the cyclononatetraenyl anion is planar (in spite of the angle stain involved) and appears to be aromatic. b.) Although [16] annulene is not aromatic, it adds two electrons readily to form an aromatic dianion.

    Retrosynthesis of a Molecule

    Provide a retrosynthetic analysis and the forward synthsis of the following molecule, starting from commercially available compounds. The retrosynthesis should clearly identify the synthons and their synthetic equivalents. Functional group interconversions and bond disconnections should be clearly indicated where appropriate. Th

    Electrophilic Addition - Mechanism and Product

    Show the mechanism and product of the following electrophilic addition to a conjugated diene using curved arrows to show bond-making and bond-breaking process. (See attachement for full question)

    Material purified from safflower oil

    Provide me with your exact logic used to get the answer. A mysterious material was purified from safflower oil (hint: full of fatty acids). Upon ozonolysis it gave the following compounds in their respective molar ratios. Draw the structure of the mysterious material and give me its common name. 3 moles CHOCH2CHO 1 mol

    C=C Stretching Mode

    Explain why the C=C stretching mode gives rise to a rather weak IR band in 1-methylcyclohexane, while in its isomer, methylenecyclohexene, the band is of medium to strong intensity.

    Perkin and related reactions

    There are numerous condensations that are closely related to the Perkin reaction. Among these are the aldol /3Badv/, and /A3a/, Knoevenagel, Claisen, and Dickmann condensations. What general class of compounds can be prepared using each of these well-known reactions?

    Explanation of Ratios

    In an unsymmetrical alkene, the boron atom adds predominantly to the least substituted carbon atom. For example, 2-methyl-2-butene gives the products shown below. CH3-C-CH2-CH3 (also has a CH3 single bonded above the C and a BH2 single bonded below the C) 2% CH3-CH-C-CH3 (also has a CH3 single bonded above the C in the CH

    Bonding and Molecule Formation: Lattice Energy and Enthalpy

    A sample of solid monoprotic acid with molar mass equal to 192.3g/mol was titrated with 0.1237M sodium hydroxide solution. Calculate the mass in grams of acid to be used if the volume of NaOH to be used is 25mL. (Stt attachment for full question)

    Alkene Products

    When tert-pentyl bromide is treated with 80% ethanol, the amounts of alkene products indicated below are detected on analysis. Explain why Compound I is formed in far greater amount than the terminal alkene. Products: CH3CH=C(CH3)2 (32%) CH3CH2C=CH2 (there is also a CH3 single bonded underneath the single C) (8%) tert-Pe

    Synthesizing 3-Hexanone

    Synthesize 3-hexanone from acetylene and ethyl bromide. Any help with how this can be done?

    Structure for Two Products

    I need help determining how the products below might be formed and what their structures might look like: Br2(over Arrow) 2-butyne --------->C4H6Br2(28%yld) + C6H12Br2O2(65%yld) CH3OH(under arrow) Thanks for any help!

    PH and Biochemistry

    I need some help to get me started: Determine the weight in grams of sodium dihydrogen phosphate (M.W.138.01) and disodium hydrogen phosphate (M.W 141.98) needed to prepare 1L of a standard buffer at pH 7.00, with a total phosphate concentration of 0.100M. Okay I know that the pKa is going to be 6.86. I am therefore going

    Deduce the structure and give the name.

    I am pretty sure that I have figured out the problem, just one peice is stumping me. Do you think that you can help me figure out the structure and name. What I have may possibly be right. Question: Analyze the data given in each of the problems below, deduce the structure and give the name. A fishy-smelling liquid with

    Ion Shapes

    Predict the shape of the following ions: a) NO3 - b) NO2 +

    Need help

    A. Ferrocene cannot be nitrated using the conventional HNO3-H2SO4 mixed acid conditions, even though nitration is an electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction. Explain. b. In the formation of diacetylferrocene, the product is always the one in which each ring is monacetylated. Thy is no diacetylferrocene produced in whi

    Methylated lidocaine

    Lidocaine is thought to bind to receptors in its methylated form. identify in writting the atoms or groups in the compound that could be involved in its binding to a receptor via- hydrogen bonding (1 example) an ionic interaction give the 2 types of functional groups that need to be present in the receptor s

    Hydrolysis of Lidocaine

    Draw the abbreviated structural formula of the products of the complete hydrolysis of lidocain. Identify any new functional groups naming them clearly.

    Hydrogen and Ionic Bonding

    Lidocaine (see attachment for diagram) is thought to bind to receptors in its methylated form above. Identify in writing the atoms or groups in the above compound that could be involved in its binding to a receptor via hydrogen bonding and ionic bonding. Give examples of the types of functional group that need to be presen

    NMR Spectrum

    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?

    MS Spectrum and NMR Spectra

    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

    Name the organic molecule using IUPAC rules

    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

    Reaction involving iodic acid.

    Please see the attached file for full problem description. What is the product of this reaction, please indicate stereochemistry. What type of compound is the reactant? What does Δ mean in this reaction? Please show electron transfer.