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Suggested Problems for Chemistry 3A A few notes about the suggested problems. For those from the exambook, you will find the notation X(Y). X refers to the page number at the bottom MIDDLE of the page. The Y refers to the problem on that page. If there is more than one numbered problem on a page, then you will see a number for Y, possibly followed by a letter. For example, 5(1C) translate’s to the problem labeled 1c on page 5. If there are no numbers in () then the letters refer to the lettered problems on the page. If there is just a page number then try everything that is on that page. For the problems from Vollhardt's book, these include the problems within the chapter as well as at the end of the chapter. Within the chapter, the problems are labeled as X-Y where X is the chapter
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Unformatted text preview: number and Y is the problem number. I have dropped the Chapter number since this is at the beginning of each set of suggested problems. 9/7/07 From the Chemistry 3 Exambook Electronic configurations; Lewis structures; MO's; Hybridization. 6(2a), 7(3), 8(3c), 14(d), 43(2), 44(3b,c,d), 59(c), 75(A, H, I), 76(K), 85(2), 86(3), 87(c-e), 124(e), 125(2), 155 (d), 156(n), 165(2), 166(b), 194, 195 (3a, d, e), 220 (a, d, e), 221 (m, n), 223, 227(a,b), 245 (c, d, e, f), 246 (j). From Vollhardt's book. Electronic configurations and Lewis structures. Chapter 1: 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 21, 22, 23, 24, 43, 47. MO's and hybridization Chapter 1: 12, 13, 29, 31, 41, 42, 44a-g, 48, 49....
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