FinalRev2013.pdf - Review for Final Exam The final exam in Chem 1721/1821 is a year-long comprehensive standardized General Chemistry Exam prepared by

FinalRev2013.pdf - Review for Final Exam The final exam in...

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Review for Final Exam The final exam in Chem, 1721/1821 is a year-long comprehensive standardized General Chemistry Exam prepared by the American Chemical Society. This exam consists of 70 multiple choice questions. I have attempted to organize the material in the 10 categories outlined below. In addition, I have tried to list related sub-topics for each category to help you organize your studying, and have also indicated the chapters in your text that are relevant. Also included in this handout is a list of some of the equations that you have seen and used during the year. You will be given a periodic table, a list of some constants, and an abbreviated list of equations for your use on the exam. A non-programmable calculator is required. The exam time limit is 110 minutes - or 1 hour 50 minutes. My suggestion for preparing for the exam is to review the categories below in addition to the summaries at the end of each chapter to determine the areas on which you need to concentrate. All of the handouts (exam reviews as well as others) that I have used in Chem 1711 and Chem 1721 are available on my web page - feel free to use those if you find them helpful. Keep in mind that this exam is 70 questions that cover a whole year of Chemistry! This means that for the most part the questions will relate to the big concepts - not obscure details and calculations with infrequently used equations. A few things that don't fit into any ONE of the following categories, but that you need to know: NOMENCLATURE!!!! and recognizing ionic vs. molecular compounds vs. acids use of dimensional analysis, conversion factors and significant figures in calculations characteristics of different reaction types - predicting products, writing balanced chemical and ionic equations combustion formation precipitation neutralization redox nuclear I. Atomic Structure See chapters 2, 3, 7 and 20 fundamental structure of matter composition of atoms protons, neutrons and electrons - how many and where are they?
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