MSE350-exam1-1oct08b-all - Name:_________________________ ID

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Unformatted text preview: Name:_________________________ ID Number:___________________ 1 MSE 350 Exam I – 10/01/08b You may use a page of notes, a periodic table, & a calculator for this exam Good Luck! This exam is taking place under the College of Engineering Honor Code. In order to obtain credit for this exam, you are required to write the Honor Pledge and your signature below: Honor Pledge: _____ Signature: Page 2 /20 Page 3 /10 Page 4 /10 Page 5 /15 Page 6 /20 Page 7 /25 TOTAL /100 h=6.6261x 10-34 J-s m e =9.11 x 10-31 kg Name:_________________________ ID Number:___________________ 2 True/False: Answer the following questions T rue or F alse (2 points each): 1._____ Materials with a high cohesive energy tend to have a high melting point. 2._____ The kinetic energy associated with a delocalized electron helps hold together a metallic solid. 3._____ The cohesive energy of a pair of ions is usually larger than the cohesive energy of a 3D ionic solid containing the same atoms. 4._____ Boron and nitrogen have very similar physical properties due to their similar elemental binding energies. 5._____ Group IVB elements and Group A transition elements tend to have a significant component of covalent bonding Fill in the Blanks: 6. Fill in the blanks in the following calculation of the cohesive energy of an metallic solid (1 point each, 8 points total) [Note: #s are not needed here]:...
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2009 for the course MSE 350 taught by Professor Goldman during the Fall '09 term at University of Michigan-Dearborn.

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MSE350-exam1-1oct08b-all - Name:_________________________ ID

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