Quiz for Ethers and Epoxides


Ether Quiz


Missing Organic Reagents




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Copyright Linda M. Sweeting 1997

These problems are organized by chapter number, with the lowest chapter number first (the references will give you a hint as to whether you have learned about a reaction yet, and provide you a source of information if you don’t understand). You cannot put the answer into the computer yourself, so keep paper and pencil handy. After you have proposed a compound, click with the left mouse button on the simulated button that says “Answer” to see if you are right or not. In most cases only the alcohol and reagent are shown and you must select a non-alcohol starting material or product. In the computer solutions to the problems, only the largest organic product is shown.

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McMurry 8.3, 11.5, 11.9, 18.3, Fessenden 5.3A, 5.10, 8.2B, Schmid 13.8C, 12.2 – 12.5, 12.14

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+ CH3OH



McMurry 18.4, Fessenden 10.8, Schmid 8.10, 13.8



CH3CH2CH2Br +





McMurry 18.5, Fessenden 8.3, Schmid 13.9





McMurry 17.4, 18.7, Fessenden 10.13, Schmid 13.10, 8.6



answer shows enantiomer – sorry for the confusion.


McMurry 18.7, Fessenden 8.2, Schmid 13.10, 8.9





McMurry 18.7, Fessenden 8.4, Schmid 13.12





McMurry 18.8, Fessenden 8.4, Schmid 13.12




McMurry 18.8, Fessenden 8.4, Schmid 13.12





McMurry 18.8, Fessenden 8.4, Schmid 13.12




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