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PRACTICE LT#1 PROBLEMS R.D. BOLINAS
CHOICES – answers are in the Notes section AB C D EF G H I
1. Has the IUPAC name 4-methyloctane AB C D EF G H I
AB C D EF G H I 2-3. A skeletal structure with its EXACT Newman projection.
AB C D EF G H I 4. Has the highest level of unsaturation
AB C D EF G H I 5-6. A polar molecule
AB C D EF G H I 7. A constitutional isomer of structure D.
AB C D EF G H I 8-9. A pair of conformers
AB C D EF G H I 10. The more stable chair conformer
AB C D EF G H I 11. Has a linear 3-carbon backbone
AB C D EF G H I 12. Shown in full sawhorse configuration
AB C D EF G H I 13. Has 2 methyl groups trans to one another
AB C D EF G H I Newman projection in the eclipsed position
AB C D EF G H I Has only ONE degree of unsaturation
AB C D EF G H I 21. Has a primary amine functional group
AB C D EF G H I 22. Has an alcohol functional group
AB C D EF G H I Has the most ANGULAR STRAIN among its carbon-carbon bonds.
AB C D EF G H I 26. Most soluble in water among the choices
AB C D EF G H I 27. Can be a Brønsted-Lowry base
AB C D EF G H I 28. Has the most acidic proton
AB C D EF G H I 29. Has the second most acidic proton.
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