Midterm 2 2008 - KEEP THIS CLOSED ON YOUR DESK UNTIL THE START OF THE TEST NO NOTES or BOOKS PERMITTED MODELS MUST BE UNASSEMBLED AT START OF TEST

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1 KEEP THIS CLOSED ON YOUR DESK UNTIL THE START OF THE TEST NO NOTES or BOOKS PERMITTED MODELS MUST BE UNASSEMBLED AT START OF TEST THIS IS VERSION A. ANSWERS FOR ALL 3 VERSIONS ARE ON END. BCH 2333B Midterm 1 Professor: Kleine, Mezl A Wednesday January 30, 2008 36 QUESTIONS - 72 MINUTES Materials needed: One computer answer sheet This exam Faculty of Science approved calculators are permitted. INSTRUCTIONS Pick the BEST answer for each multiple choice question AT THE END - Verify that your name and student number are on the answer sheet . Hand in just the computer answer sheet. Keep the exam: a corrected exam will be posted at the web site
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2 1. To evaluate the configuration of an asymmetric carbon on the surface of a big molecule using a 3D visualization program (like CHIME), you would ask for the display: A) B) Strand C) Spacefill D) Molecular surface E) Van der Waals 2. This question identifies the version of the test that you are writing. Verify that it says A on your answer sheet as the answer to this question. IF IT DOES NOT, INFORM THE PROCTOR IMMEDIATELY! 3. The length of a C-H bond is about : A) 0.015 nm B) 0.10 nm C) 0.16 nm D) 0.28 nm E) 1.5 nm 4. The O-H bond of water is polar because : A) Oxygen is more electronegative than hydrogen B) The atomic orbitals of oxygen have a tetrahedral structure C) Hydrogen bonds are weaker than covalent bonds D) The O-H bond is polarised by the hydrogen bonds of water E) of the hydronium ions in water 5. The dielectric constant is A) related to the square of the distance between two charges B) inversely related to the square of the distance between two charges C) related to the osmotic pressure D) inversely related to the dipole moment
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course SCIENCE BCH2333 taught by Professor Mezl during the Winter '08 term at University of Ottawa.

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Midterm 2 2008 - KEEP THIS CLOSED ON YOUR DESK UNTIL THE START OF THE TEST NO NOTES or BOOKS PERMITTED MODELS MUST BE UNASSEMBLED AT START OF TEST

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