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The University of Missouri at Columbia
Chemistry 212 - Organic Chemistry II - WS00
Always work the in-chapter problems at the time you learn the material.
Work these problems with the book open.
Working these problems serves to enhance your reading-comprehension of the
Try to solve the "study problems" without going back to the
respective pages in the book! If you cannot solve the problem in this way,
then go back to reading the respective chapter. Then try the problem
again. ... Do not solve the problems with the solution manual
open! The solution manual merely should provide a check as to whether
answers are correct.
21.43 (w/o "m", no polymers)
21.44 requires a bit of reading on your own about anhydride
21.47 is about anhydrides and we did not talk about anhydrides in lecture
because the chemistry is so very similar to the acyl chloride chemistry.
The leaving group is a carboxylate instead of a chloride.
21.53 on aspirin!
21.58-59 check out the "Alar" controversy
Wille ist, ist auch ein Weg.