Chem 4 exam questions

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How could you show that atenolol produced was a racemate and not a single enantiomer?
1. Plane polarised light 2. Plane polarised light would not be rotated
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How racemic mixture is formed?
1. Planar C=O 2. Equal probability of attack from above or below.
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Why pH of Acidic solution remains almost the same when NaOH added?
1. Added OH- is removed by reaction with H+. 2. Position of equilibrium shifts to the right HX eq,sign H+ + X-
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Method separating mixtures
Chromatography
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Why chromatography able to separate a mixture of compounds?
1. Mobile phase 2. Stationary phase. 3. Different adsorption
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How racemic mixture is formed?

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1. Planar C=O 2. Equal probability of attack from above or below.

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Why pH of Acidic solution remains almost the same when NaOH added?

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Method separating mixtures

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Why chromatography able to separate a mixture of compounds?

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