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03Exam1_q - Exam #1 Chemistry 35 Exam 1 February 20, 2003...

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Exam #1 Chemistry 35 Exam 1 February 20, 2003 1. (10 points)_____________________ 2. (15 points)_____________________ 3. (10 points)_____________________ file:///Macintosh%20HD/Desktop%20Folder/03Exam1-q.htm (1 of 9) [2/24/2003 2:04:03 PM] 4. (15 points)_____________________ 5. (15 points)_____________________ 6. (15 points)_____________________ 7. (20 points)_____________________ Total (100 points)_________________
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Exam #1 Do not forget configurational isomers (cis and trans), if they are applicable. Use wedges and dashes in your structures when necessary. file:///Macintosh%20HD/Desktop%20Folder/03Exam1-q.htm (3 of 9) [2/24/2003 2:04:03 PM] B) Draw all of the unique isomers of C 3 H 4 Cl 2 . Draw one isomer in each of the boxes below. There may or may not be more boxes than isomers. (Note: If you have read chapter 5 and know what enantiomers are, pairs of enantiomers should be considered as a single isomer.) 1) (10 points) A) How many units of unsaturation are present in a compound with the molecular formula C 3 H 4 Cl 2 ?
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Exam #1 A) (3 points) HNNH B) (6 points) Draw Lewis structures for two different resonance forms of this molecule: NNO C) (6 points) Draw Lewis structures for two different resonance forms of this
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