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Quiz 1



This activity contains 12 questions.

Question 1
1 What is the approximate pKa range of carboxylic acids?
 
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Question 2
2 Which of the following compounds is hydrolyzed most slowly in aqueous sodium hydroxide?
 
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Question 3
3 What happens to the hybridization of the carbonyl carbon upon addition of a nucleophile?
 
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Question 4
4 Which of the following shows the correct relative reactivities?
 
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Question 5
5 Acetyl chloride undergoes nucleophilic substitution at a faster rate than does methyl acetate because
 
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Question 6
6 What product is obtained when acetic acid reacts with an acidic solution of 18O-labeled methanol?
 
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Question 7
7 What is the leaving group in the acid-catalyzed hydrolysis of acetamide?
 
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Question 8
8 Which of the following is a true statement?
 
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Question 9
9 Which of the following pairs do not specify the same compound?
 
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Question 10
10 An excess of which of the following compounds will optimize the yield of propyl acetate in an equilibrium mixture of methyl acetate, propyl alcohol, propyl acetate, and methyl alcohol?
 
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Question 11
11 Which of the following statements best explains why protonation increases the rate of ester hydrolysis?
 
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Question 12
12 Which of the following reactions would not give the indicated product?
 
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