Prelim_II_Guide_Chem288_2004 - Chemistry 288 Preliminary...

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Chemistry 288 Preliminary Exam II Study Guide Spring 2004, Marohn I have run out of time before departing on paternity leave to give you a detailed study guide like last time. I hope I have jotted down enough to get you started and answer the big questions. – John Marohn Guidelines As for the Frst preliminary exam, in order to do well on the exam, you should be able to answer the homework problems without referring to the textbook. This means that you should be able to derive all the equations used to answer the homework problems. I won’t however require you to memorize everything — I’ll give you some formulas and physical constants. Below I indicate roughly what will be provided. Coverage Preliminary Exam I will cover Lectures 12 through 21 inclusive Homeworks 4 through 6 inclusive Chang, Chapters 7 and 8, plus my class notes on electrostatics and Debye-H¨uckel theory. There will be questions on:
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course CHEM 2880 taught by Professor Freed, j during the Spring '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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