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216 F07-Karatjas-E - Chemistry 216 First Examination November 6 2007 Dr Andrew Karatjas(2 hrs 100 points Name Please Print Signature Student ID

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Chemistry 216 First Examination November 6, 2007 Name ___________________ Please Print Dr. Andrew Karatjas (2 hrs, 100 points) Signature _______________________ Student ID # _____________________ Please CHECK OFF your lab section. ____section # _________GSI_ ____________ _____130 Thomas Sundberg _____131 Peter Mai _____132 Peter Ung _____133 Therese Dorau _____134 Candice Paulsen _____135 Ahleah Rohr _____136 Justin Lomont _____150 Kapil Karki _____151 Ben Thompson _____152 Thomas Sundberg _____153 Candice Paulsen _____154 Peter Ung _____155 Joseph Jankolovits _____156 Ahleah Rohr This exam has 14 pages including this cover page. The last 3 pages include a periodic table, tables of characteristic IR absorption frequencies of common chemical bonds, and pK a values for representative acids. ____section # ____GSI_ ___________ _____170 Kapil Karki _____171 Ben Thompson _____172 Peter Mai _____173 Therese Dorau _____174 Joseph Jankolovits _____175 Christopher Taylor _____176 Christopher Taylor I 6 II 3 III 7 IV 12 V 8 VI 12 VII 16 VIII 9 IX 12 X 15 Total 100
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2008 for the course CHEM 216 taught by Professor Nolta during the Spring '07 term at University of Michigan.

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216 F07-Karatjas-E - Chemistry 216 First Examination November 6 2007 Dr Andrew Karatjas(2 hrs 100 points Name Please Print Signature Student ID

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