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Name LEVEL 2 of 90 of 250 LEVEL 1 of 30 Student ID Midterm Exam #2 Chemistry 140B Spring 2008 Jim La Clair A B C D E F anti-aromatic compounds aromatic compounds GH I JK L MN O
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LEVEL 3 of 60 LEVEL 5 of 30 LEVEL 4 of 40 VW X Regrade requests may be submitted ONLY by WebCT email to Jim La Clair. Before being returned, graded tests are scanned and kept on file until after final grades are reported. Regrade request emails must be made within one week after the first day exams are returned and must contain the following information: your name, your student ID number, the problem number for which you are requesting a regrade, the reason why you think this problem was improperly scored, and how many additional points you wish to receive on this problem. If you request a regrade, the entire exam will be regraded, and, therefore, negative regrades are possible. One week after an exam is returned the grade is considered final, and no changes can be made thereafter. ST PQR U ppm ppm ppm ppm ppm ppm
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Using Hückel's rule select the compounds that are aromatic and anti-aromatic. Hint: two compounds are not aromatic.
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