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CIIM 113 Exam 3 Arizona State University Fall Semester Wednesday November 7, 2007 Dr. Ron Briggs Name: Ke -t Section #: TA:
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Please r ad all th information on this page carefully. Be sule to sit in the assigned area for your section. Ifyou do not know where this T.A. Ifyou do not sit in the assigned area, your T.A. may mark you as absent. td4_a!C.-Sq!9 both r9.CI_SC49_egC_llLCjg!!4I[!iglglD on the Scanhon sheet. the second sequence ofnumbers on your University ID card. It will completely fill is, please see your The affiliate ID is the ID box on your Scantron form, Write your name, section number, and TA name on the covet sheet of your exam booklet so we can return it to you. IMPORTANT: Be sure the color in the upper left corner of your Scantron matches the color of your exam. If it does not, your exam will be graded with the wrong key. For most people, this is bad. .. Use only a #2 pencil. Do not use pens, crayons, motor oil, or grapejuice. Do all calculations on the exam pages. Do not make any unnecessary marks on the answer sheet. This e{am consists of 25 multiple-choice questions worth 4 points each. There are !-.ltgltgljgggg (including fte cover sheets table). Make sure you have all the pages you're supposed to. Choos the one best answer to each ofthe questions and mark your selection on the Scanhon sheet. Read all responses before making a selection. Do not mark more than one selection. When you are finished, tum in both your ScaDtron ard exam booklet to your TA. Information thal you ma) (or may nol) find useful: q=C,pxmxAT I inch : 2.54 cm 1 cal = 4.184 J 1000cal=1kcal:lCal llb:453.6s " - kqQ, '.1- d2 oF =(18)!C+32 K:.C + 273.t 5 AI'A(nY) > -l MrVr=M,Vr 411 ^,.r:",. .,=>,AH; (ptoducts) >nM ; ( reai^nu) I ^.1 r r l ;=\^!l -- - -- ^ \n; " n;N" ) .=3.0x108 n/r h-6.626t1cr'4 J. s I .Y=l.602 r l0 l9J R, =1O96776x10'n' AllNa . K'. and NHi salts dre soluble All ac tates and nithtes re sohrble Most h.lides (chlorides, bromides, iodidcs. ctc.) de soluble excepi. .. Halid s ofPb(ll). Ag. and l-ls(I) Most sulfates are soluble excepl. . . sullbtes of C4 Ba. Pb(ll), and Sr Mosi phosphatcs. cebonatcs, md suliides ee insoluble e\.<p'. ...dlc.um. .fidcddNr.K.ddNH. ;r' Most hydroridcs arc insoluble excerJt. ..Na. K. Ca. and tsaHvdroxidcs LJ K Ba Ca Na Mg Zn Fe cd
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--,*^{irf_ v 3) Which ofthe following metals woutd you expectto rcact kg!!violentry h'i1h water? -Tre^C
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2008 for the course CHM 113 taught by Professor Anbar during the Fall '06 term at ASU.

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