Exam_Three - Chem 124 Spring 2008 Dr Retsek Study Guide for...

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Chem 124 Dr. Retsek Spring 2008 Study Guide for Exam Three For Exam three, you will need a non-programmable, non-graphing calculator (You will NOT be allowed to share or borrow a calculator or use a cell phone for a calculator during the exam.) a #2 pencil Exam 3- Protocol: (same as Exam 1 and 2) Read each question and the directions carefully. The directions may change from problem to problem. If you don’t know how to do a problem, skip it and move on. Careful of the time. Some of the multiple choice questions will be worth only a few points but could take a while. Try to do the big point problems that you know how to do first. Be sure any work you do is clear and easy to follow. I am not a mind reader. Follow all of the rules of significant figures and label all answers with the appropriate units. Exam 3 will primarily cover the sections of chapters 9, 10, and 12 (for chapters 9 and 12 focus on the content covered in lecture, then fill in the gaps with the textbook, we jumped around a bit during these chapters) that I specified on the course schedule page, any problems assigned from those chapters (including worksheets) and anything covered in lecture. For this exam, your lecture notes should be a primary source of information for a lot of the solid state and semiconductor/LED content. The exam will consist of multiple choice questions, some true-false questions, some short answer questions, and some problems. etc. Don’t ask me too many specific questions because I haven’t written the exam yet! What should you know from Chapters 1-5? (The same as the other exams – see other study guides for more information.) What should you know from Chapter 9? The three types of bonding (ionic, covalent, and metallic), a brief definition of each, and what type of atoms (metal, nonmetal, metalloid) participate in that type of bonding. Lattice energy – definition, what it is, how it can be affected (charge of ion, size of ion)? Born-Haber cycle – can you identify all of the pieces if they were given in a
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2008 for the course CHEM 124 taught by Professor Hascall during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly.

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Exam_Three - Chem 124 Spring 2008 Dr Retsek Study Guide for...

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