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Alcohols test
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Difficulty Rating:
easy= easy mediummedium= medium hardhardhard = hard extremely hardextremely hardextremely hardextremely hard= extremely hard
1. Rank the following alcohols from most acidic to least acidic in 
ascending order (least acidic to most acidic):easy

A, B, C,
C, B, A B, C, A A, C, B
2. For questions 2 and 3, consider the following transformation:
Question 2
What reagents from the list below would best accomplish the 
above transformation?  easy

1. OsO4, pyridine  2. NaHSO3, H2O
1. Hg(OAc)2, H20   2.  NaBH4
1. RCO3H, CHCL2   2 H30+
1. BH3, THF   2.  H2O2, OH-

3. For the reaction in question 2, the alcohol product is classified as a:easy

Primary Alcohol
Secondary Alcohol
Tertiary Alcohol
Quaternary Alcohol

4. What is the product of the following reaction:mediummedium
Sodium Dichromate Oxidation
a b
c d
5. What is the major product of the following reaction:mediummedium
Sulfuric Acid and Heat reaction




None of the Above

6. Choose the best reagents to carry out the following reaction:hardhardhard

 D2, Pt
 1. Mg, Ether
      2. D20
D2SO4, D20, delta
D3O+, Acetone, delta

7. What is the major product of the following reaction:hardhardhard

Sodium Dichromate Oxidation?



acetic acid

No reaction

8. Disregarding elimination products, what is the major product 
of the following reaction:hardhardhard
Hydrogen Bromide Reaction
a b c None of the Above
9. What reagent would undergo the following reaction the 

Grignard Reaction

10.  The product of the following reaction immediately undergoes a
dimerization at room temp (Diels-Alder reaction).  To regain its normal 
monomer state, it must be heated.    What is the structure of the dimer? 
extremely hardextremely hardextremely hardextremely hard

Diels-Alder Dimerization
a b
c d

**Note: Grader will only explain incorrect answers**

Grading Scale
A 80-100 Outstanding
B 70-79 Very Good
C 60-69 Average
D 50-59 Below Average
F Below 50 Failing



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