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Chemistry 432, Midterm Exam 3 Instructor: Gustafson Fall 2015 Name:_______________________________ Be prepared to show ID upon request. **No cellular phones or calculators are allowed during the test** Before you start the exam, make sure that you have 10 problems!! There are 180 points available, but the exam is only out of 150. You will receive all points you earn!!! For example if you earn 155/180 points, your grade will go down as 155/150. My TA this semester is (please circle): Lee Wang Tim Montgomery Michael Kelly I do not have a TA this semester.
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My student I.D. (red I.D.) number is: For graders only: Problem: #1_________/18p #2_________/18p #3_________/18p #4_________/18p #5_________/18p #6_________/ 18p #7_________/18p #8_________/ 18p #9_________/18p #10________/18p Total:________/180p Max total:_______/150p Good Luck!!!
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1) A) Please circle the favored product in each equilibrium. (12 points). B) Please rank A-E in order of increasing equilibrium constant as written (equilibria favoring the right are larger (k>1), equilibria favoring the left are smaller(k<1)). The lowest k=1, highest k=6) Remember pKa tables are provided Big Hint !!! (6 points). Part B is all or nothing so be careful.
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2) Please provide the information asked for below. (Part A is 2 Pts. Part B is 10 Pts, Part C is 6 Pts, 18 points total ).
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3) Please provide mechanism for the reactions below. (9 points per part.
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