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Inorganic HopeEdu Practise Exam 1 2006

Inorganic HopeEdu Practise Exam 1 2006 - Chemistry 322 Dr...

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Chemistry 322 Name Dr. Clark Spring 2006 Examination I INSTRUCTIONS 1. This exam consists of 8 pages, one sheet of scratch paper, two pages of useful information, and a periodic table. If a page is missing, let me know immediately. 2. PRINT your name NOW at the top of ALL pages. 3. Part A is worth 42 points. Part B is worth 32 points. Part C is worth 25 points. 4. You will have up to 90 minutes to complete this exam. Check your work after completing the exam. Please show all your work and be certain that all your explanations are given as complete sentences. 5. On the grading chart at the bottom of this page, CIRCLE the numbers of the questions you would like to be graded for Parts B and C. BEFORE YOU HAND IN YOUR EXAM, CHECK THAT YOU HAVE CIRCLED THE CORRECT NUMBER OF QUESTIONS FOR PARTS B (2) and C (1). Part A 1 /12 pts. 2 /08 pts. 3 /12 pts. 4 /10 pts. Part B 5 /16 pts. 6 /16 pts. 7 /16 pts. Part C 8 /26 pts. 9 /26 pts. TOTAL /100 pts.
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2 PART A. (42 points) BASIC QUESTIONS . Answer ALL of the following four questions. Write your answer in the space provided. SHOW YOUR WORK & WRITE EXPLANATIONS IN COMPLETE SENTENCES . 1. For the following molecules, use Lewis dot structures and VSEPR to predict the molecular shape. Assign a point group to each molecule based on the structure you predict, and indicate if the idealized molecule is chiral or not chiral.
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