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DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL DIRECTED TO DO SO Chemistry 1315 EXAM 4 Spring 2006 Name: Lab Instructor: ID Number: 2. Write the letter code of your lab instructor (see table at bottom of this page) in the first box of the section marked "NAME". Then in the next box (do not skip a box), write your last name. Skip a space and then fill in your first name and middle initial. Example: If Joe B. Doe has Julie Becker, Section 36 for a lab instructor, then his answer sheet would look like: EXAMPLE: 1st Box T.A. code (see below) NAME (Last,First, M.I.) A D O E J O E B O B If your whole name does not fit, put as much as will fit. Then blacken the corresponding letters below each space on the answer sheet. 3. Fill in your ID number in the space provided, beginning with space "A". (There will be an extra box.) Then blacken the circles corresponding to the numbers below each space. 4. In the "special code" section, indicate in column K the test form you have: Mark in Column K Test Color Answer Sheet Color Swipe 1 Blue Blue 2 Gold Black 3 Pink Red 4 Tan Brown Make sure that you mark your test color in column K, and that the colored mark above your name on the answer sheet is the same as your test color. 5. In the "Special Codes" section, indicate your lecture instructor in column P. Please fill in the appropriate circle. Instructor Section Time Day Zgurskaya 001 10:30-11:45 am TR Clifford 002 11:30-12:20 am MWF Clifford 003 8:30-9:20 am MWF Thus if Joe Doe's lecturer is Zgurskaya, Sec. 001 and his test is GOLD, his "Special Codes" section would be: SPECIAL CODES K 2 1 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 0 L M N O P 6. The time limit on this test is 150 MINUTES . 7. READ THE TEST CAREFULLY. 8. Do not turn this page until directed to do so. 9. Use this booklet for scratch paper. 10. Mark your answers in this booklet, as well as on the answer sheet, so that you can check your score with the key after the test. 11. Each Unit Score will be calculated from the number of correct answers. There is no penalty for guessing. 12. Students will be held responsible for any corrections made during the test. 13. Students who arrive more than ten minutes late, or arrive after another student has left, will not be allowed to take the examination. Instructor Code Section(s) Exam Room Instructor Code Section(s) Exam Room Becker, Julie A 20, 36 PHSC 201 Onwuchuruba, Cheryl J 19 NH 270 Copeland, Dan B 33, 34 DH 103 Popova, Lyubov K 29, 40 DH 103 Demeritte, Regaina C 26, 28 DH 200 Rahhal, Brandon L 43 DH 218 Joyner, Matt D 21, 25 DH 200 Shao, Yi M 16, 41 NH 270 Lai, CH E 30 DH 128 She, Weifung N 37 DH 218 Liu, Yun F 17 DH 128 Tang, Hui O 22 DH 200 Martyn, Tami G 12 PHSC 201 Yang, Lei P 14, 35 DH 200 McCoy,Allison H 27, 38 DH 128 Zahran, Zaki Q 13, 23 PHSC 201 Modali, Sita I 18, 31 DH 200
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PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CONSTANTS Atomic mass unit 1 amu = 1.66054 x 10 -27 kg 6.02214 x 10 23 amu = 1 g Avogadro’s number N = 6.022 x 10 23 /mol Boltzmann’s constant k = 1.38 x 10 -23 J/K
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2008 for the course CHEM 1315 taught by Professor Clifford during the Spring '08 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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