The following compound belongs to a class of compounds, called estradiol derivatives, which show promise in the treatment of breast cancer:
a. Determine the hybridization state of Ca, Cb, and Cc. b. Determine the HâCaâCb bond angle. c. Determine the CaâCbâCc bond angle. d. Cb exhibits two Ï bonds: one to Ca, and the other to Cc. Draw a picture of Ca, Cb, and Cc that shows the relative orientation of the two different p orbitals that Cb is utilizing to form its two Ï bonds. Also show the p orbitals on Ca and Cc that are being used by each of those atoms. Describe the relative orientation of the p orbitals on Ca and Cc.
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> Draw a relative energy diagram showing a conformational analysis of 1,2-dichloroethane. Clearly label all staggered conformations and all eclipsed conformations with the corresponding Newman projections.
> For each of the following pairs of compounds, identify the compound that would have the higher heat of combustion: (a) (b) (c) (d)
> Draw the ring flip for each of the following compounds: CI он -OH (a) CI (b) OH (c) CI
> What are the relative energy levels of the three staggered conformations of 2,3-dimethylbutane when looking down the C2−C3 bond?
> Sketch an energy diagram that shows a conformational analysis of 2,2-dimethylpropane. Does the shape of this energy diagram more closely resemble the shape of the energy diagram for ethane or for butane?
> Draw each of the following compounds: a. 2,2,4-Trimethylpentane b. 1,2,3,4-Tetramethylcycloheptane c. 2,2,4,4-Tetraethylbicyclo[1.1.0]butane
> For each pair of compounds below, identify which one is expected to undergo elimination more rapidly when treated with a strong base. Br CD Br Br. H Br D D D (a) D.C (b) D;C CD3 (c) D
> Identify which of the following compounds is expected to have the larger heat of combustion:
> Use a Newman projection to draw the most stable conformation of 3-methylpentane, looking down the C2−C3 bond.
> For each of the following pairs of compounds, identify whether the compounds are constitutional isomers or different representations of the same compound: (a) (b) (c)
> Provide a systematic name for each of the following compounds: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (g) (h) (1)
> Draw Haworth projections for cis-1,3-di-tert-butylcyclohexane and trans-1,3-di-tert-butylcyclohexane. One of these compounds exists in a chair conformation, while the other exists primarily in a twist boat conformation. Offer an explanation.
> Draw Haworth projections for cis-1,4-dimethylcyclohexane and trans-1,4-dimethylcyclohexane. Then for each compound, draw the two chair conformations. Use these conformations to determine whether the cis isomer or the trans isomer is more stable.
> Draw Haworth projections for cis-1,3-dimethylcyclohexane and trans-1,3-dimethylcyclohexane. Then, for each compound, draw the two chair conformations. Use these conformations to determine whether the cis isomer or the trans isomer is more stable.
> Compound A exists predominantly in a chair conformation, while compound B exists predominantly in a twist boat conformation. Explain. Compound A Compound B
> In Problem 4.29, you drew the two chair conformations of lindane. Carefully inspect them and predict the difference in energy between them, if any.
> Draw the lowest energy conformation for each of the following compounds: (a) (Ь) (c) "Ci (d) (e)
> The following tertiary alkyl halide was heated in ethanol for several days, and the resulting mixture of products contained five different elimination products and two substitution products: a. Draw the substitution products and identify the relationshi
> Lindane (hexachlorocyclohexane) is an agricultural insecticide that can also be used in the treatment of head lice. Draw both chair conformations of lindane. CI Cl. .CI CI Lindane
> Draw both conformations for each of the following compounds: Br Bre (b) (c) (d) (f) (h)
> The most stable conformation of 5-hydroxy-1,3-dioxane has the OH group in an axial position, rather than an equatorial position. Provide an explanation for this observation.
> The following disubstituted cyclohexane, drawn in a Newman projection, was shown to have moderate antiviral activity. a. As depicted above, is the adenine group (highlighted) occupying an axial or an equatorial position? Is the CH2OH group occupying an
> Draw both chair conformations for each of the following compounds: OH NH2 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)
> (âˆ’)-Cassioside, an anti-ulcer agent isolated from the dried stem bark of Chinese cinnamon, contains two six-membered rings, one of which adopts a chair conformation as shown. a. Identify each group attached to the chair as being in an
> Practice drawing a chair conformation with all six axial positions and all six equatorial positions. Practice several times on a blank piece of paper. Repeat until you can draw all twelve positions without looking at the instructions above.
> Chemists have developed micron-sized, doughnut-shaped structures that might be used someday to deliver drugs across cell membranes. During a procedure to prepare such micronsized structures, dioxane (shown below) was found to be a crucial co-solvent, ens
> Practice drawing a chair several times using a blank piece of paper. Repeat the procedure until you can do it without looking at the instructions above. For each of your chairs, make sure that it contains three sets of parallel lines.
> The conformations of (+)-epichlorohydrin (1), viewed along the Caâˆ’Cb bond, can be analyzed in exactly the same manner as the acyclic alkanes discussed in Chapter 4. a. Draw all staggered conformations for 1 viewed along this bond. b.
> Draw all of the expected products for each of the following solvolysis reactions: Br ? „X * ? EIOH heat heat CI (a) (b) Br ? MEOH MEOH heat heat (c) (d)
> In each case below, identify the highest and lowest energy conformations. In cases where two or three conformations are degenerate, draw only one as your answer. (a) (Ь) (c) (d)
> For each of the following compounds, predict the energy barrier to rotation (looking down any one of the C−C bonds). Draw a Newman projection and then compare the staggered and eclipsed conformations. Remember that we assigned 4 kJ/mol to each pair of ec
> Various Newman projections of the compound shown below were evaluated using computational methods to determine its most stable three-dimensional shape. We will be learning more about such conformational analysis in the next section. Provide an IUPAC name
> In each case below, draw a Newman projection as viewed from the angle indicated: Observer CI (a) Observer (b) Observer (c) (d) Observer CI (e) (f) Observer Observer Br
> As we will soon see in Section 4.5, gasoline is a complex mixture of alkanes and other hydrocarbons, and the term “octane rating” is used as a standard measure of the performance of engine fuel. In the petroleum industry, one area of interest is the use
> For each pair of compounds, identify whether they are constitutional isomers or two representations of the same compound: (a) (Ь) (c) (d)
> Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphate, and zinc. Several compounds with the general structure below were synthesized and tested for their ability to mimic vitamin D activity. Naming this general structure requires nomenclatu
> Draw a bond-line structure for each of the following compounds: a. 2,2,3,3-Tetramethylbicyclo[2.2.1]heptane b. 8,8-Diethylbicyclo[3.2.1]octane c. 3-Isopropylbicyclo[3.2.0]heptane
> Name each of the following compounds: (a) (Ь) (c) (d) (e)
> When crude oil is distilled, the fraction collected in the boiling point range of 150â€“275Â°C is known as kerosene. Kerosene has a wide range of uses, from lamp oil to jet fuel, and scientists have been developing synthetic for
> Traditional medicines derived from the roots of nut-grass (Cyperus rotundus) have been used to treat a variety of ailments, including blood disorders and leprosy. Compound 2 is the active component in these medicines derived from nut-grass. One laborator
> Draw a bond-line drawing for each of the following compounds: a. 3-Isopropyl-2,4-dimethylpentane b. 4-Ethyl-2-methylhexane c. 1,1,2,2-Tetramethylcyclopropane
> Provide a systematic name for each of the following compounds: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) the (h) (i) () (k)
> Bile acids, such as compound 1, are made from cholesterol in the liver through a series of reactions that are catalyzed by enzymes. Compound 2 is an important intermediate in this pathway. Compound 2 has also been made from compound 1 by chemists who use
> For each of the following compounds, identify all groups that would be considered substituents and then indicate the systematic name as well as the common name for each substituent: (a) (Ь) (c) (d)
> The following compound is found in the urine of male mice and is believed to play a role both in attracting females and inducing aggression toward other males. Identify and name all substituents in this compound.
> For each of the following compounds, identify all groups that would be considered substituents and then indicate how you would name each substituent: (a) (b) (c)
> Under strongly acidic conditions, hexane is observed to undergo an isomerization process, during which it is converted into branched alkanes having the same molecular formula as hexane (C6H14). The rate at which each constitutional isomer is produced is
> Identify the two compounds below that have the same parent:
> Identify and name the parent in each of the following compounds: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) ()|
> Draw the expected products of the following solvolysis process: Br ? MEOH heat
> The formation of a variety of compounds called oxazolidinones is important for the synthesis of many different natural products and other compounds that have potential use as future medicines. One method for preparing oxazolidinones involves the conversi
> Phenalamide A2 belongs to a class of natural products that are of interest because of their antibiotic, antifungal, and antiviral activity. In the first total synthesis of this compound, the following boronate ester was utilized: a. Determine the hybri
> Compounds 1 and 2 were prepared, and the difference in their respective heats of combustion was found to be 17.2 kJ/mol. a. Redraw compounds 1 and 2 showing chair conformations for the six-membered rings. In each case, draw the lowest energy conformatio
> During a synthesis of (+)-coronafacic acid, a key component in the plant toxin coronatine, the following reaction was performed, in which a ketone was converted into an acetal (the acetal functional group will be covered in Chapter 19). In this case, p-t
> The natural products 3 and 4 have similar core structures even though they have been isolated from different plants. This allowed both of them to be made in the laboratory from a common precursor 2, which was made from compound 1. 10 The reaction that co
> Consider the following two compounds: a. Identify which of these two compounds has greater resonance stabilization. b. Would you expect compound C (below) to have a resonance stabilization that is more similar to compound A or to compound B? Compou
> In the compound below, identify all carbon atoms that are electron deficient (Î´+) and all carbon atoms that are electron rich (Î´âˆ’). Justify your answer with resonance structures. OH H.
> In each of the following compounds, identify all carbon atoms that you expect will be deficient in electron density (Î´+). If you need help, refer to Section 1.5. :Br: CI: (a) H. (b) (c) :ö:
> The bengamides are a series of natural products that have shown inhibitory effects on the enzyme methionine aminopeptidase, which plays a key role in the growth of new blood vessels, a necessary process for the progression of diseases such as solid tumor
> Deuterium (D) is an isotope of hydrogen, in which the nucleus has one proton and one neutron. This nucleus, called a deuteron, behaves very much like a proton, although there are observed differences in the rates of reactions involving either protons or
> For each pair of compounds, identify which is expected to undergo solvolysis more rapidly in water, and explain your choice in each case: Br Br 人人。 d。 人 (a) (b) Br Br Br (c)
> Draw the product for each of the following SN2 reactions: a. (S)-2-Chloropentane and NaSH b. (R)-3-Iodohexane and NaCl c. (R)-2-Bromohexane and NaCN d. 1-Bromoheptane and NaOH
> Asteltoxin, isolated from the cultures of Aspergillus stellatus, exhibits a potent inhibitory effect on the activity of E. coli BF1-ATPase. During S. L. Schreiberâ€™s synthesis of asteltoxin, compound 1 was treated with a strong base to f
> The following compound has been designed to allow for labeling of a specific site of a protein. Identify the four most acidic protons in this compound, and rank them in order of increasing acidity. CO,H H,N 'N' H
> In one step of a recent total synthesis of (âˆ’)-seimatopolide A, a potential antidiabetic drug, the following two structures reacted with each other in an acid-base reaction. a. Identify the acid and the base, draw the products of the r
> Most common amines (RNH2) exhibit pKa values between 35 and 45. R represents the rest of the compound (generally carbon and hydrogen atoms). However, when R is a cyano group, the pKa is found to be drastically lower: a. Explain why the presence of the c
> Below is the structure of rilpivirine, a promising new anti-HIV drug that combats resistant strains of HIV. Its ability to side-step resistance will be discussed in the upcoming chapter. a. Identify the two most acidic protons in rilpivirine. b. Identi
> Predict which of the following compounds is more acidic and explain your choice: -N- N- -NH2 -NH2
> There are only four constitutional isomers with the molecular formula C4H9NO2 that contain a nitro group (−NO2). Three of these isomers have similar pKa values, while the fourth isomer has a much higher pKa value. Draw all four isomers and identify which
> Consider the following compound with the molecular formula C4H8O2: a. Draw a constitutional isomer that you expect will be approximately one trillion (1012) times more acidic than the compound above. b. Draw a constitutional isomer that you expect will
> Consider the pKa values of the following constitutional isomers: Using the rules that we developed in this chapter (ARIO), we might have expected these two compounds to have the same pKa. Nevertheless, they are different. Salicylic acid is apparently mo
> As we will learn in Chapter 20, treating a lactone (a cyclic ester) with sodium hydroxide will initially produce an anion: This anion rapidly undergoes an intramolecular proton transfer (see Problem 3.2), in which the negatively charged oxygen atom abst
> a. Draw the products that are expected when tert-butyl bromide undergoes solvolysis in isopropanol, (CH3)2CHOH. b. The dielectric constant of isopropanol is 18. Would you expect the solvolysis of tert-butyl bromide in isopropanol to be faster or slower
> In Section 3.4, we learned four factors (ARIO) for comparing the relative acidity of compounds. When two of these factors are in competition, the order of priority is the order in which these factors were covered (â€œatomâ€
> Consider the structure of cyclopentadiene and then answer the following questions: a. How many sp3 -hybridized carbon atoms are present in the structure of cyclopentadiene? b. Identify the most acidic proton in cyclopentadiene. Justify your choice. c.
> Draw all constitutional isomers with the molecular formula C3H8O and rank them in terms of increasing acidity.
> Draw all constitutional isomers with the molecular formula C2H6S and rank them in terms of increasing acidity.
> In each case below, identify the acid and the base. Then draw the curved arrows showing a proton transfer reaction. Draw the products of that proton transfer and then predict the position of equilibrium: (a) O- LIOH (b) - Li H. (c) NaOH +
> For each compound below, identify the most acidic proton in the compound: -NH2 OH H-= (a) (b) SH (c) Он но (d) (е) NH2 () н CI OH HO (g) HO. (h) HS OH
> Rank the following anions in terms of increasing basicity: но
> For each reaction below, draw a mechanism (curved arrows) and then predict which side of the reaction is favored under equilibrium conditions: OH (a) H HO но H. (h) HS COH S S HS H2S (c) SH. 1. (d) +
> HA has a pKa of 15, while HB has a pKa of 5. Draw the equilibrium that would result upon mixing HB with NaA. Does the equilibrium favor formation of HA or formation of HB?
> For each pair of compounds below, identify the more acidic compound: OH SH OH он (a) (b) OH OH CI .CI NH2 CI CI (c) ČI (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) `NH2 HO,
> Later in this chapter (Section 7.12), we will see that a carbocation can be formed from an alcohol substrate in the presence of an acid, and an example of such a reaction is given below. This reaction was employed in the development of new synthetic meth
> In each case, identify the more stable anion. Explain why it is more stable: vs. (b) vs. (a) www vs. (c)
> Write an equation for the proton transfer reaction that occurs when each of the following bases reacts with water. In each case, draw curved arrows that show a mechanism for the proton transfer: (a) (b) (c) (d)
> Write an equation for the proton transfer reaction that occurs when each of the following acids reacts with water. In each case, draw curved arrows that show a mechanism for the proton transfer: H. H-0-S-0-H (a) HBr (Ы) (C)
> Would water be a suitable proton source to protonate the following compound? ONa
> Would ethanol (CH3CH2OH) be a suitable solvent in which to perform the following proton transfer? Explain your answer: NH, NH2 - H.
> What reaction will take place if H2O is added to a mixture of NaNH2/NH3?
> In each reaction, identify the Lewis acid and the Lewis base: H OH (a) F (b) 'F CI ÇI CI CI-Al-CI (c) I- (e
> Compound A has a pKa of 7 and compound B has a pKa of 10. Compound A is how many times more acidic than compound B? a. 3 b. 3000 c. 1000
> Draw the conjugate acid for each of the following bases: (a) (b) (c) NANH2 (d) H,0 (e) HO. (f) NH2 (g) (h) NaOH
> Draw the conjugate base for each of the following acids: (a) OH (b) (c) NH3 (d) H3o* (e) (f) (9) NH4
> Draw the carbocation intermediate that is expected when each of the following alkyl chlorides undergoes ionization. In each case, if the carbocation is resonance-stabilized, make sure to draw the resonance structures. Br (b) (c) (d) Br (a) Br Br (е)
> The Nazarov cyclization is a versatile method for making five-membered rings, a common feature in many natural products. This process has been used successfully in the preparation of many complex structures with a wide variety of biological activities, i
> In each case below, identify the Lewis acid and the Lewis base: H. (d) H. F. F F F (е) + CI AI Al CI CI (a) H (b) H. Br el Br-A- Br-Br: Br Al Br Br (c) Br
> Predict which of the following compounds is more acidic: After making your prediction, use the pKa values from Table 3.1 to determine whether your prediction was correct. OH H. Ethanol Water
> We will learn the following reactions in upcoming chapters. For each of these reactions, notice that the product is an anion (ignore the positively charged ion in each case). In order to obtain a neutral product, this anion must be treated with a proton
> In each of the following cases, identify whether the reagent shown is suitable to accomplish the task described. Explain why or why not: (a) To protonate using H20 (d) To protonate using (b) To protonate using (e) To protonate using H H (c) To deprot