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Introduction to organic chemistry test
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Difficulty Rating:

easy= easy mediummedium= medium hardhardhard = hard extremely hardextremely hardextremely hardextremely hard= extremely hard

1. What is the hybridization of the carbon atom in Urea? easy

2. Which of the following compounds are not consistent with 
valence rules? easy

3. Label the strongest  Bronsted-Lowry acid in the following 
equation: easy
(see here for explanation)
acid-base test
4. Assuming equal concentrations of the acid and base, the equilibrium for the  
reaction from question 3: mediummedium
(see here for explanation)
Favors the Products Is approximately 1 Favors the Reactants Cannot be determined
5. Which of the following acids will be almost completely deprotonated
by NaOH? mediummedium
phenol phenol pKa = 10.0 Ethanol CH3-CH2-OH pKa = 16.0 Water HOH pKa = 15.7 Both Ethanol and Water
6. This compound has the following functional groups: mediummedium
 ketone, alkene, carboxylic acid, ester
 alkyne, ester, carboxylic acid, aldehyde
 carboxylic acid, alkene, ketone, ester
 ester, aldehyde, carboxylic acid, alkene

7. What is the structure of trans-decalin  mediummedium
decalin?? decalin?? decalin?? decalin??
8. How many quaternary carbons are on the following molecule:hardhardhard
how many are quaternary

9. What is the IUPAC name of the following molecule: hardhardhard  
(see here for explanation)
bicyclo compound
Bicyclo [2,2,1] heptane
Bicyclo [2,2,2] heptane
Bicyclo [1,2,1] heptane
Bicyclo [2,2,1] pentane

10. The following compound is: what am i?extremely hardextremely hardextremely hardextremely hard
A ketone
An amine
A ketone and an amine
A lactam

**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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