Ch201_E2 - University of Louisville 3 Oct 2007 Chem 201-03...

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University of Louisville Chem 201-03 Exam 2 Fall 2007 3 Oct 2007 Print name _____________________________________________ Sign name ______________________________________________ HEY!! CIRCLE your recitation section in the list below. Section A T 8:00 NS 110 B T 9:00 NS 108 C W 1:00 NS 212E E W 10:00 DA 206 F R1:00 DO 202 G T 1:00 LF 102 H W12:00 EH 122 I F 12:00 EH 112 Scored grade: ____________ Cell phones, PDAs, mp3 players, and other electronic devices must be turned off and stowed out of sight. Calculator policy is in effect. Infractions will cost you points! All answers should be rounded to the appropriate precision (correct significant figures.) Atomic weights are provided in the Periodic Table. These values must be used. The Periodic Table will not be collected. It may be used as scratch paper or as cover paper. Be certain your answers are clear. If an answer is not clear, it will probably be considered wrong. Problems marked with ** in the margin are directly from the assigned homework. These total about 60 points. Work promptly. Use your time effectively. SOLUBILITY TRENDS For purposes of this course, we will use the following trends to predict whether a compound is soluble or insoluble. These guidelines are given in a priority sequence: use them in this order.
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This note was uploaded on 05/15/2008 for the course CHEM 201 taught by Professor Hoyt during the Fall '07 term at University of Louisville.

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Ch201_E2 - University of Louisville 3 Oct 2007 Chem 201-03...

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