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FALL 2019 DEFERRED FINAL EXAMINATION DURATION: 3 HOURS Department Name & Course Number: CHEM 1001 A & E Course Instructor(s) : Alyssa Nause (A-section); Sydney Buttera (E-section) AUTHORIZED MEMORADA Calculator Students MUST count the number of pages in this examination question paper before beginning to write, and report any discrepancy to a proctor. This question paper has 16 pages. This examination question paper MAY NOT be taken from the examination room. In addition to this question paper, students require: an examination booklet yes no a Scantron Sheet yes no Surname: ____________ SOLUTIONS__________________ Given Name: ________________________________________ Student Number: ____________________________________ Course Section (circle one): A or E Answer the questions on the exam paper. If more space is needed, use reverse of exam pages. The last page (Constants and Periodic Table) may be detached for use during test. A (/60) B1 (/20) B2 (/20) B3 (/20) C1 (/20) C2 (/20) C3 (/20) C4 (/20) C5 (/20) Bonus Q. Total (/180)
CHEM1001 A & E Deferred Final Examination: Fall 2019 Page 2of 13Part A: Short Answer Answer each of the twelve questions with a few sentences or equations where necessary. (5 marks each) A1.Fill in the following table about quantum numbers. Name Symbol Relates to ____ of an orbital Range Principal quantum number n Size and energy 1, 2, 3, 4, … , ∞Azimuthal quantum number l Shape 0, 1, 2, 3, … , (n-1) Magnetic quantum number mlOrientation -l to +l Spin quantum number msSpin direction of electrons -1/2or 1/21 mark for each correct answer (5) A2.a) List the three bonds required to form a triple bond between two C atoms.
b) Draw an example of a delocalized π system. (such as benzene or any conjugated system) (2)A3.Write the four reactions that constitute the Chapman cycle; indicate which reactions produce ozone and which destroy ozone.
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A4. a)Order the following bonds (bolded) from least polar to most polar. CH4< H2O < HF (3) b) Determine whether this molecule is polar or not. Explain.
CHEM1001 A & E Deferred Final Examination: Fall 2019 Page 3of 13A5. List 3 ways to measure enthalpy.

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