Chem 127 Final Study Guide

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Chem 127 Final Study Guide FINAL – Thursday 1:10 – 4:00 WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING: A simple scientific calculator, and a pen or pencil OFFICE HOURS/EXTRA HELP DURING FINALS WEEK Monday 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Tuesday 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM Wednesday 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Thursday 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Study session on Wednesday from 7:30PM - 9:00PM in Bldg. 38 room 121. It will be an informal review where you come and ask questions, I won’t have a prepared lecture. BOOK SECTIONS COVERED The Final Exam will cover chapters 1-6, 7-9, and 12.1-12.3. GENERAL FINAL NOTES The final exam can include material in the readings, any problems assigned from those chapters, worksheets, and anything covered in lecture. The final will be the same format as your other exams, meaning the exam can consist of multiple choice questions, some true- false questions, some short answer questions, and some problems, etc. I am writing a final exam that will be 50% longer then the length of a midterm. The points on the final exam will be distributed approximately as follows: • Exam 1 material: ~40% • Exam 2 material: ~40% • Material since Exam 2: ~20% Once you enter the room there will be no talking allowed. Please place your backpacks on the sides of the room before you take your seats. Tips and Advice for the Final Exam: My biggest tip and suggestion for the final exam is to look over old exams and quizzes and FIX YOUR MISTAKES!!!! A large portion of the exam will consist of problems that you have seen before or variations on some of them. Some topics were covered in greater detail than others and the final exam will reflect that. Look over the problems you have done both in the text and on the worksheets; look over your notes. Finally, think about ways to connect the material we learned. For example, we learned to calculate energies associated with light, with chemical reactions, and with calorimetry. There may be some problems that combine the material we learned. *As I don’t post keys for my exams, you must come see me if you questions about exam problems!
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Chapter 1, 2 — Intro Material units of measurement and conversions SI units and the metric system (esp. G, M, k, c, m, µ , n) significant figures and uncertainty atomic structure (protons, electrons, neutrons) ionic vs. molecular compounds metals, nonmetals, semimetals, halogens, noble gases nomenclature of ionic compounds and binary covalent compounds Chapter 7: ATOMIC STRUCTURE Wave Nature of Light o Wavelength, frequency, speed of light, amplitude, nodes o Know relative ordering of the electromagnetic spectrum (gamma, x-ray, uv, vis, ir, microwave, radio) o wave properties (diffraction, refraction) Particle Nature of Light o Photoelectric effect Wave-Particle Duality o Light & Matter BOTH behave like waves and particles o de Broglie wavelength of matter Atomic Spectra o Absorption and emission
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