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CHEM 2310 SDSU Chemistry Lab Report

Due: Friday, February 28th
Chemistry 2310
Name: __________________________________
POW 7
ID: _________________________________
1. Predict the major substitution product(s) for the following reactions. Include stereochemistry if
appropriate. You may assume an aqueous workup is performed after each reaction.
1. NaH, DMF
OH
2. MeI
BrMg Ph
Br
Br
KCN
OTs
MeOH
HD

N3
Br
DMSO
Me
Me
EtOH
Me
Br
Br
DMSO
N
OH
HO
HO
NH2
Me
Me S (1 equiv)
Me
DMF
Due: Friday, February 28th
Chemistry 2310
POW 7
2. Given the formula predict the product of the following reaction and provide a detailed,
stepwise mechanism. Use curved arrows to show the movement of electrons.
O
OH
NaOH
C7H10O2
Br
3. Mechanisms: Provide a detailed, stepwise mechanism for the following
transformations. Use curved arrows to show the movement of electrons.
Br
H
H
N
N
Br
Me
K2CO3
N
N
nicotine
Me
Due: Friday, February 28th
Cl
N
+
Cl
Chemistry 2310
POW 7
N
CH3NH2
N
+
CH3NH3
4. Mechanism: Provide a detailed, stepwise mechanism that accounts for the formation
of both products in the reaction shown below. Use curved arrows to show the
movement of electrons. Note: no carbocations are formed.
13C
label
*
Br
KCN
*
CN
+
NC
*
Due: Friday, February 28th
Chemistry 2310
POW 7
5. Predict the major product of each reaction. Note: these are competition experiments
– you must decide which reactant reacts faster!
Br
EtO
O
Cl
MeO
1 equiv
1 equiv
DMF
1 equiv
Br
Br
1 equiv
1 equiv
C N
DMF
1 equiv
OTs
I
F
1 equiv
1 equiv
MeOH
1 equiv
OTs
=
O
O S
O
tosylate group
Due: Friday, February 28th
Chemistry 2310
POW 7
6. When the following ketone was subjected to sodium hydride followed by methyl
bromide two products (product X and product Y) were isolated in 95% and 5% yield,
respectively. Please determine the structures of product X and product Y based on 1H
NMR analysis. Based on your proposed structures, please provide a mechanism to
account for their formation.
O
1. NaH
X
Y
+
2. MeBr
95%
5%
6H, d
Compound X
3H, t
2H, q
1H, sept.
3
2
1
PPM
0
Compound Y
3H, s
3H, t
3H, d
1H, q
2H, q
5
MECHANISM:
4
3
PPM
2
1
0
Due: Friday, February 28th
Chemistry 2310
POW 7
7. Complex splitting – Consider the following electronic environment for Ha depicted
below. A) What splitting pattern would you expect for Ha if Jab = Jac = 7 Hz. Sketch the
splitting diagram to show your answer.
Hb
Ha
Hc
C
C
C
B) What splitting pattern would you expect for Ha if Jab = 10 Hz and Jac = 2 Hz. Sketch the
splitting diagram to show your answer.
Hb
Ha
Hc
C
C
C
Due: Friday, February 28th
Chemistry 2310
POW 7
8. The following compound has two protons on its carbon-carbon double bond (labeled Ha
and Hb) and two protons on the carbon adjacent to the double bond (labeled Hc). If Jab = 11
Hz and Jbc = 4 Hz, what splitting pattern would you predict for Hb? (HINT: Hb will NOT
appear as a quartet). Please sketch the splitting diagram for Hb.
O
Ha
Hc Hc
Hb

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