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Unformatted text preview: Chemistry 140A (C. L. Perrin) 1-2 Midterm Exam #1 3-4 October 16, 2006 5 Name (printed): _____________________________________________ 6 Signature (written): __________________________________________ 7 ID#: _______________ Row ____ (Last = LL in front section or M in rear) 8 Section day & hour ____________ (to retrieve your exam) OR 9 TA: Bryan Chanh Dmitry Emily Ken Sean Thong ! /200 LEAVE AN EMPTY SEAT ON EACH SIDE, SO YOU ARE NOT NEXT TO ANYONE! Student on your left (even if separated by vacant seats) ____________________________ (Aisle ) Student on your right (even if separated by vacant seats) ____________________________ (Aisle ) Fill in the names, numbers, and boxes above, and read the instructions below , but DO NOT TURN THE PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO. This is a long exam; be sure that you have all 4 pages. Questions are arranged approximately in order of increasing difficulty. It is more important to answer them correctly than to answer all of them. Each question is worth 20 points, except those marked with + are worth 25. Partial credit will be minimal, so read the questions carefully and weigh your answers critically. THINK BEFORE YOU WRITE; most answers require only a few well-chosen structures. Show connectivity unambiguously with Lewis/Kekul structures or with "condensed" structures (CH n abbreviations, not zigzag "bond-line"). BE SURE THAT STRUCTURES SATISFY THE OCTET RULE (if possible), show all ATOMS and all FORMAL...
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2008 for the course CHEM 140A taught by Professor Whiteshell during the Fall '04 term at UCSD.
- Fall '04