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Last Name_________________________First:___________________ Cornell Student ID Number________________________________ Lab Instructor’s Name________________________________ Lab Section (Day and Time)________________________________ Chemistry 207 Preliminary Examination 2 November 11, 2004 Time: 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM Please do not open the exam until told to do so. You have 1.5 hours to complete the exam. There are 7 questions in this exam plus a cover sheet and a periodic table, which also lists a number of constants and equations you may or may not require. Check to make sure you have a complete exam before beginning. Write directly on these pages. Answers alone are not enough – you should show all your work and indicate units where necessary . You may turn in the exam at the front of the room when finished. Good luck! THIS IS NOT THE COMPLETE EXAM DUE TO COVERAGE OF DIFFERENT MATERIAL! 1. (25) ______ 2. (25) ______ 3. (25) ______ 4. (25) ______ 5. (25) ______ 6. (25) ______ 7. (25) ______ 1
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2. (25 points) Molecular Orbital Theory (a) (10 points) Evaluate the following linear combinations of atomic orbitals to generate new molecular orbitals. Identify all nodes and make sure to completely label the symmetry ( σ , π
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