CH 10101 Exam 2 F06 key - C he m i str y 101- 01 Fall 2006...

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C C h h e e m m i i s s t t r r y y 1 1 0 0 1 1 - - 0 0 1 1 Fall 2006 Exam Two Avocado’s Number? Guacamole Circle the correct answers on this exam and fill in the appropriate bubbles on the answer sheet using a # 2 pencil. Turn in the answer sheet, but keep this exam for future reference, a key will be posted on the WebCT site. Be certain that, on the answer sheet, you enter and bubble-in your last name, a space, your first name, and the last four digits of your A number. Your grade will be posted on the WebCT site.
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CH 101-01, Exam Two, Fall 2006 1 This exam has 28 questions worth 4 points each, the exam has 112 points. You can calculate your score as the number of correct answers times 4. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Select the single best answer to each question, circle it on this sheet for your records, and fill in the appropriate bubble on the answer sheet. For questions 1-4, consider the Lewis dot structure of nitrosyl chloride (NOCl), a toxic compound that exists as a yellow gas at room temperature. 1. Which of the following best describes the electronic geometry of nitrosyl chloride? a) tetrahedral c) linear b) trigonal planar d) quadranel 2. Which of the following best describes the molecular geometry (shape) of nitrosyl chloride? a) tetrahedral c) linear b) octaherdial d) bent 3. The Lewis dot structure of nitrosyl chloride would have: a) one single bond, one double bond, and one lone pair of electrons b) 180° degree bond angles c) two single bonds and no lone pairs of electrons d) a filled set of five d -orbitals around the nitrogen atom 4. Which of the following statements is true about nitrosyl chloride? a)
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2008 for the course CH 101 taught by Professor Setzer during the Spring '08 term at University of Alabama in Huntsville.

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CH 10101 Exam 2 F06 key - C he m i str y 101- 01 Fall 2006...

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