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Unformatted text preview: Page 1 EXAM ONE CHEMISTRY 0320 PROF. C. S. WILCOX FEBRUARY 7, 2008 NAME ____KEY___________________________ PeopleSoft #___________________________________ 1. Write your initials on each page of the exam. 2. Read all questions carefully. There are 10 questions and there are 7 pages to this exam. Check to be sure that you have all pages. 3. Work methodically and neatly. Use backs of pages as scratch paper for organizing your thoughts. If an answer must appear on the back of a page, carefully circle or highlight the material you want graded. Nothing on the back of a page will affect your grade unless you note in writing that it is to be graded. 4 . Check the blackboard at the front from time to time to see any "late bulletins" about the exam . Stay calm and stay in your seat. Raise your hand if you have a question. Ask for help if you can't see the board. Ask for help if you feel there is an error in the exam, or if a question is unclear. 1.________/10 6.________/21 2.________/8 7.________/12 3.________/12 8.________/7 4.________/6 9.________/7 5.________/10 10.________/7 TOTAL: _________/100 Page 2 1. The heptatrienyl cation is illustrated below. There are six electrons in the system. CH 2 + a. How many molecular orbitals are expected from mixing the p-orbitals on this system of atoms?...
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- Spring '08