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Exam 3 CH101 Fall 2008 Form A ver1. 4

Exam 3 CH101 Fall 2008 Form A ver1. 4 - Name ID Section CH...

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Name ______________________________ ID#_______________________ Section # ________ CH 101 EXAM 3 Fall 2008 - Form A Fill in your name, ID#, and section on this test booklet. Fill in and bubble in your name, ID#, and section on the scantron form. For question #60 mark A. Mark the best answer after reading all possible choices. Use a #2 pencil and make clean erasures to insure proper scoring. When finished, turn in your scantron sheet and show this booklet and your CUID to the proctor. Good Luck! 1. Consider the following statements concerning red and violet electromagnetic radiation. I: ν red > ν violet II: λ red > λ violet III: E red > E violet IV: c red > c violet Which are true? A. I & II D. just II B. II & III E. I, II, III, & IV C. III & IV 2. Which reaction, of each pair, would you expect to react the most vigorously? Ca (s) + F 2 (g) CaF 2 (s) or Ca (s) + Cl 2 (g) CaCl 2 (s) 2 Mg (s) + O 2 (g) 2MgO (s) or 2 Sr (s) + O 2 (g) 2SrO (s) 3. Place the following in order of increasing magnitude of melting point: SrO CaO BaS
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