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3. Provide a name for the compound below.
The compound below has been isolated from the safflower plant. Consider its structure to answer the following questions.
4. What is the molecular formula for this natural product?
5. What is the degree of unsaturation for this compound?
6. Assign E or Z configuration to each of the double bonds in the compound. Draw these above.
7. Provide the name for this unusual natural product.
8. Predict the product of the reaction below. Be sure to indicate stereochemistry when appropriate.
9. (2R,3S)-Dibromobutane is:
a. optically active
d. a meso compound
10. Estriol, a potent estrogenic hormone, has been isolated from the urine of pregnant women. When 40 mg of estriol is dissolved in 1.0 mL of dioxane and placed in a sample tube with 1 dm path length a rotation of +2.32 is observed. Calculate the specific rotation for estriol.
a. is dextrorotatory
b. rotates plane-polarized light in a counterclockwise direction
c. rotates plane-polarized light in a clockwise direction
d. is racemic
12. Draw the enantiomer of (S)-()-Serine in a wedge-dash projection.
14. Assign R, S configurations to each indicated chirality center in the molecule below. The configuration of this carbon atom is (red arrow)_______________.
15. Assign R, S configurations to each indicated chirality center in the molecule below. The configuration of this carbon atom is (red arrow)_______________.
16. Assign R, S configurations to each indicated chirality center in the molecule below. The configuration of this carbon atom is (red arrow)_______________.
Select the best reagent or sequence of reagents from the list provided which would best accomplish each transformation below (numbers 17 & 18).
a. H2, Lindlar
b. 1. BH3, THF
c. 1. NaNH2, NH3
d. 1. Br2, CCl4
2. 2 NaNH2, NH3
e. 1. HCl
2. NaNH2, NH3
19. Place asterisks at all the chirality centers in the molecule below.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 9, 2019, 7:22 pm ad1c9bdddf
The solution answers 19 questions on organic chemistry including concepts on stepwise mechanisms, stereochemistry, and chirality centers.